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ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) — The match between the Chicago Fire and Minnesota United scheduled for Wednesday night has been postponed due to a suspected case of COVID-19 among the United club.

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The match was postponed for further testing. No reschedule date has been determined.

United is scheduled to host the Houston Dynamo on Sunday. United’s scheduled match against FC Dallas last Sunday was also postponed after the team confirmed positive COVID-19 tests from two players.

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Chicago is slated to host Sporting Kansas City on Saturday.

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