After hitting their stride in recent weeks with two wins on the bounce, the Chicago Fire will have to find a way to sustain their momentum while facing back-to-back bye weeks.


On Saturday, Major League Soccer announced that the Men in Red's road match against the Montreal Impact originally scheduled for April 18 will now take place at Stade Saputo on Sept. 23.

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The match was rescheduled to give the Montreal Impact maximum time to prepare for the first leg of the CONCACAF Champions League Final against Club America at Estadio Azteca in Mexico City on April 22.

Saturday's announcement marks the second time in just over two weeks that Yallop's side was forced into making a schedule change. The Fire were originally slated to play the New England Revolution at Gillette Stadium on April 15, but the match has since been moved to June 13.

The Men in Red return to action on Friday, April 24 when they host New York City FC at Toyota Park at 7 p.m. CT.