After a 5-4 victory over Dallas FC as a result of penalties. Inter Miami vs Charlotte will come into play on Saturday, as regards their Leagues Cup quarterfinals.
Of course, Gerardo Martino’s men have been dazzling impressively since the arrival of Lionel Messi. Therefore, they have the upper-hand in the game.
Inter Miami are unbeaten in their last 4 matches in all competitions. They have been flying high, making themselves unstoppable in the United States of America.
The Herons are something unbeatable since they signed the Argentine magnifico. As a result, Inter Miami vs Charlotte is going to be a long 90 minutes for both sides.
Obviously, Leagues Cup winner will automatically qualify for next season’s CONCACAF Champions Cup round of 16. So, the competition is very important to Gerardo Martino’s troops.
Inter Miami would want to participate in the Champions Cup next campaign. As a result, they won’t take it easy against Charlotte on Saturday.
Amazingly, Charlotte are also unbeaten in their previous 4 matches. They were able to score some goals, with victories over Dallas FC and Cruz Azul on penalties.
Despite the fact that the Herons have been flying high in their previous games. They are expected to face Inter Miami with a high level of winning spirit.
Charlotte would want to participate in the Champions Cup next season. Therefore, they won’t really make it easy for Gerardo Martino’s throughout the 90 minutes.
Speaking of Inter Miami vs Charlotte head-to-head matches. They have met each other three times in all competitions. However, the Herons had two wins and one defeat.
Even though the visitors are impressive recently in the Leagues Cup. They would need to be very careful of Lionel Messi, as per his playmaking skills.
Inter Miami vs Charlotte team news
Gerardo Martino’s troops may have been impressive since the arrival of the former Barcelona captain. However, the manager has some injured players in the squad.
Nevertheless, he has enough reinforcements to face Charlotte on Saturday. He obviously has the upper-hand in claiming victory.
As regards Inter Miami team news, Gregore is still unavailable as a result of a foot injury. He won’t be in the squad for the Leagues Cup quarter-finals.
Also, Corentin Jean won’t be available for the match. The 28-year-old French striker is on the sidelines because of a knee injury.
Jean Mota has missed 21 games for the Herons. Meanwhile, he’s still unavailable, currently battling with a knee injury. However, there’s enough replacement in the team.
The 28-year-old Argentine midfielder, Franco Negri, is also unavailable as a result of an injury. He won’t be facing Charlotte on Saturday in the Leagues Cup quarterfinals.
Unbelievably, Charlotte don’t have any injury issues. They have a full squad to face Inter Miami, which means they would hope for a victory.
Enzo Copetti is unavailable for the visitor. The 27-year-old striker has missed several games, making him unavailable on Saturday.
Inter Miami possible lineup (4-3-3)
Callender; Alba, Miller, Kryvtsov, Yedlin; Gomez, Busquets, Arroyo; Taylor, Martínez, Messi.
Charlotte possible lineup (4-1-4-1)
Kahlina; Lindsey, Malanda, Privett, Byrne; Westwood; Jozwiak, Arfield, Bronico, Calderon Vargas; Swiderski.
Inter Miami vs Charlotte predictions
Of course, The Herons are very optimistic about playing in the Champions Cup next season. So they wouldn’t want to make it to the Leagues Cup final.
As a result, Gerardo Martino’s men will do everything to get past Charlotte on Saturday. Frankly, they have been dazzling impressively.
The former La Liga players, Alba, Busquets, and Messi. They are enough to win over Charlotte, having seen their performances against Dallas FC.
Also, Taylor and Martínez have been impressive. They continue to boost the team’s attack, along with the Argentine magnifico.
At the same time, Inter Miami seems to have a good record against Charlotte. Therefore, they literally have the upper-hand in winning the game on Saturday.
Inter Miami 3-2 Charlotte
Speaking of the Leagues Cup quarterfinals Inter Miami vs Charlotte will kick-off at 01:30am on Saturday (BST).