MLS Preview and Prediction: LA Galaxy vs New England Revolution

Competition: Major League Soccer – LA Galaxy vs. New England Revolution

Venue: StubHub Center – Sunday, May 8 – 15:30 ET (20:30 GMT)

Match Odds: LA Galaxy 7/10 – Draw 14/5 – New England  15/4

Match Preview

LA Galaxy welcome New England Revolution to StubHub Center on Sunday evening in a tie we expect to be hotly contested.

Galaxy are sitting 4th in the Western Conference and have been working their way up the table in recent weeks.

Bruce Arena’s side come into this one off the back of their 1-1 away draw against SKC, but he will be pleased on the most part with the performance having seen his side go a goal behind.

LA are the highest scores in Major League Soccer with 18 in their eight games, they are now unbeaten in six games, winning three and drawing three.

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New England Revolution are sitting 7th in the Eastern Conference. They come into this tie off the back of their 2-2 draw with Orlando.

The Revs have only won once all season and are struggling to turn draws into wins. They are the only side who aren’t bottom of either conference to have only won one game.

Jay Heaps will be working on New England’s lack of wins but he could be in a far more difficult position, his side have only lost one in their last seven.

New England are yet to win away from home this season and this would be the perfect place to break that trend. They appear to be lacking a bit of confidence but have the foundation to turn things around.

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Team News

LA Galaxy have four injury concerns. Robbie Keane, Leonardo, Alan Gordon and Steven Gerrard are all doubts. Ashley Cole is suspended following his red card last time out, while Jelle Van Damme is one booking away from suspension.

New England Revolution have five injury concerns. Steve Neumann, Chris Tierney and Charlie Davis are all expected to miss out. Teal Bunbury and Je-Vaughun Watson are both doubts.

Key Points

LA Galaxy’s last five: D/D/W/W/D

New England Revolution’s last five: D/D/L/D/D

Key Stat: Fortress – Galaxy have only lost one of their last 13 home games in Major League Soccer (W10, D2)

Key Player: Giovani Dos Santos – LA Galaxy’s Mexican star has scored four goals in his last three appearances.

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Score Prediction

LA Galaxy 3-1 New England Revolution – Galaxy to brush aside New England and continue their winning streak. Their goalscoring form will give them much confidence against the Revs who will can’t find a win.

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MLS Preview and Prediction: New England Revolution vs Portland Timbers

Competition: Major League Soccer – New England Revolution vs. Portland Timbers

Stadium: Gillette Stadium – Wednesday, April 27 – 19:30 ET (00:30 GMT)

Match Odds: New England 21/20 – Draw 5/2 – Portland 5/2

Match Preview

New England Revolution welcome Portland Timbers to Gillette Stadium on Wednesday night as both sides kick off the first of their double game week.

New England sit 7th in the Eastern Conference and come into this one off the back of their 3-0 away defeat against DC United.

Jay Heaps will be concerned about his sides recent form, as they have now failed to win in three games, they are going to have to turn that form around in order to work their way back up the East. It is far from devastating news for the Revs as they have drawn two of those three outings.

The Revs are unbeaten at home this season, winning one and drawing the other two and they have only conceded once at Gillette Stadium in 2016. New England face Orlando on Saturday so they’ll be looking to get off to a good start in their double game week here.

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Portland Timbers find themselves in lowly 8th in the Western Conference, a far from pleasing position for the Timbers fans.

Caleb Porter’s side have come up short so far this season and look a shadow of the side who won the MLS Cup last season, they’re going to have to improve on their performances if they are to force their way up the table.

All is not bad for Portland, who come into this one off the back of a great 3-1 home win against San Jose Earthquakes, their first win since their opening game of the season.

The Timbers are yet to win away from home this season and they’ll be hoping this will be the game to end an unbeaten run away from home against New England dating back to 2011. Portland face Toronto in the second outing of their double game week, so they need to make sure they come out of these two games with a respectable amount of points.

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Team News

New England Revolution have just three injury concerns as Steve Neumann is expected to miss out, while Juan Agudelo and Jose Goncalves are both doubts. Heaps has no players nearing suspension.

Portland Timbers have a squad riddled with injuries at this early stage in the season. Andy Thoma, Liam Ridgewell and Alvas Powell are all expected to miss out. Ben Zemanski, Adam Kwarasey, Darren Mattocks and Darlington Nagbe are all doubts. Porter will be also without Diego Valeri who is suspended.

Key Points

New England Revolution’s form: D/W/D/DL

Portland Timbers’ form: D/L/D/L/W

Key Stat: New England Revolution are yet to suffer defeat at home against Portland Timbers.

Key Player: Fanendo Adi – The Portland frontman has netted six goals already this season and he will be full of confidence having scored two last time out, they will need him to be in form if they are to pick up their first away win against New England Revolution.

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Score Prediction

New England Revolution 2-2 Portland Timbers – New England Revolution have struggled for form of late and face a Portland side who come into this one off the back of a very strong performance, they will be difficult to separate.

MLS Preview and Prediction: Orlando City vs New England Revolution

Competition: Major League Soccer – Orlando City SC vs. New England Revolution

Venue: Orlando Citrus Bowl – Sunday, April 17 – 15:30 ET (20:30 BST)

Match Odds: Orlando 23/20 – Draw 5/2 – New England Revolution 9/4

Match Preview

Orlando City host New England Revolution in an all-Eastern Conference clash on Sunday afternoon with the sides separated by just one point heading into the contest.

Orlando come into this one off the back of their 2-1 away loss against Philadelphia Union so will be looking to bounce back here following their first defeat of the campaign.

The Lions sit third in the Eastern Conference and were looking like a strong side until last week’s loss. Fans will be expecting them to mount a strong challenge for the playoffs this season so continuing their strong run of home form is essential.

Orlando are yet to beat New England Revolution, drawing once and losing once in their two meetings last year. However, Adrian Heath will be optimistic they can take all three points this time around.

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New England Revolution have had an inconsistent start to the 2016 regular season but are sitting fourth in the East after losing just one game from six so far.

This fixture last season ended in a 2-2 draw and so the Revs will know just how difficult a place the Orlando Citrus Bowl is to visit.

New England come into this one off the back of their 1-1 draw with Toronto last time out. Jay Heaps will be hoping his side can build upon what was a good point last time out and possibly take all three here as they look to climb further up the Eastern Conference.

The Revs will need to tighten up their defence, an issue Heaps will have been addressing, as they have conceded eight goals in their six outings so far.

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Team News

Orlando City have four injury concerns. Conor Donovan, Cyle Larin and Tommy Redding are expected to miss out while Cristian Higuita is a doubt. Julio Baptista came on for the final minute last week but will be hoping to make his full debut in front of the home crowd on Sunday.

New England Revolution have just the one injury concern as Darrius Barnes is a doubt heading into this tie.

Key Points

Orlando City’s last five: D/D/W/W/L

New England Revolution’s last five: D/L/D/W/D

Key Stat: Fortress – Orlando are unbeaten in their last nine home outings in Major League Soccer.

Key Player: Kaka – The Orlando captain has netted one in his two appearances this season and there is added pressure on him to provide here in the absence of in-form forward Cyle Larin. Kaka can turn any game in an instant and will hope to perform as he did in Orlando’s excellent 4-1 home win over Portland two weeks ago.

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Score Prediction

Orlando City 2-2 New England Revolution – A repeat of last season’s scoreline between these two at Orlando Citrus Bowl could be on the cards. There isn’t much to split them by coming into this tie and we expect it to be that way throughout, although goals are to be expected.

MLS Preview and Prediction: New England Revolution vs Toronto

Competition: Major League Soccer – New England Revolution vs. Toronto

Stadium: Gillette Stadium – Saturday, April 9 – 16:00 ET (21:00 BST)

Match Odds: New England 1/1 – Draw 12/5 – Toronto 11/4

Match Preview

New England Revolution host Toronto at the Gillette Stadium on Saturday evening in an intriguing MLS clash between two Eastern Conference sides.

The Revs will be relieved to have got their first win on the board in their last outing, as they edged past the New York Red Bulls with a 1-0 home victory.

Jay Heaps will be reasonably satisfied with his side in the opening five games, having lost just once, but will know they need to turn draws into wins if they have ambitions of challenging for the Eastern Conference or Supporters’ Shield title.

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New England have only lost two of their last 29 home games in MLS (W18, D9), so they’ll be hoping to continue their good record at the Gillette Stadium.

Toronto’s last two games has seen them suffer consecutive 1-0 defeats to Sporting Kansas City and Colorado Rapids, as their strong start to the season has deteriorated slightly.

It was always going to be tough in the opening stages for Greg Vanney’s side, with their first eight games being away from home due to renovations at their BMO Field stadium.

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The Reds know that staying in touch with the top places in the Eastern Conference is vital over the next four weeks, as a run of four straight home games awaits at the end of this long stretch of road games.

The last meeting between these two sides saw New England beat Toronto 3-1 away from home in September 2015, while the last clash at the Gillette Stadium also saw the Revs win by the same scoreline in August 2015.

Team News

New England Revolution only have one injury concern, as defender Darrius Barnes may miss out with an ankle sprain. Other than that, Jay Heaps has a full compliment of players to call upon.

Toronto will be without midfielder Benoit Cheyrou who is suspended following his red card away at Colorado last time out. Defender Clement Simonin is out with a knee injury, while Tsubasa Endoh is a doubt with a leg problem.

Key Points

New England Revolution’s form: D/D/L/D/W

Toronto’s form: W/D/L/L

Key Stat: New England Revolution are unbeaten against Toronto in their last seven MLS meetings (W5, D2).

Key Player: Diego Fagundez – The Uruguayan has been the brighest spark for the Revs so far this season, with two goals and two assists from five appearances. He could be the difference on Saturday.

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Score Prediction

New England Revolution 2-1 Toronto – Neither side has been entirely convincing in the early stages of this MLS season. But New England will fancy themselves to edge this one on home soil. Toronto will provide a stiff test, but this run of away games may be starting to take its toll.

2016 MLS Season Preview: New England Revolution

As the 2016 MLS season edges closer, we’ll be publishing each team’s MLS 2016 Season Preview. Today we take a look at what New England Revolution will be striving for this season.

New England Revolution will be disappointed with the way the 2015 season went, considering they were runners-up in the 2014 MLS Cup Final. 2015 marked a drastic drop in performance despite strengthening their squad with the addition of Juan Agudelo. The highlight of last term was the six-game win streak from the beginning of August through to the middle of September. However, the five-game losing streak in June through to July balanced that out to make it a rather average season. With only one win in their final five matches they also failed to finish strongly and they will need to turn things around quickly in 2016 to ensure they remain competitive at the very top of the Eastern Conference.

Last season’s finish:

Eastern Conference – Position: 5th – P34 – W14 – D8 – L12

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What needs to change this year?

It sounds so simple, but they will need to score more goals and stop conceding so many if they are to improve this year. On various occasions last term they failed to have the clinicism needed to see out games and that is something that needs addressing this year. On the defensive side of the ball, they shipped a total of 35 goals away from home compared to just 12 at Gillette Stadium, which speaks volumes for their defensive performances in front of their own fans. But their poor away form negates the good work of that home form. Consistency is key in every aspect of football and a more consistent Revs team may surpass expectations this term. They will need to adapt to the loss of Jermaine Jones and doing so quickly will dictate how they perform in 2016.

Key changes to squad:

Ins: Sambinha – Defender, Jordan McCrary – Defender, Xavier Kouassi  Midfielder & Gershon Koffie  Midfielder

Outs: Trevor Spangenberg – Goalkeeper, Kevin Alston – Defender, Jeremy Hall – Defender, Timi Mulgrew – Midfielder, Tyler Rudy – Midfielder, Jermaine Jones – Midfielder, Andy Dorman –Midfielder & Sean Okoli  Forward

Key Player:

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Lee Nguyen – Midfielder – USMNT international Nguyen was the most creative player for the Revs once again last season, despite failing to match his fine numbers from the 2014 campaign, and we’re expecting another influential season this year. The loss of Jermaine Jones will affect him the most as it means he may have to drop deeper to receive the ball but his effortless poise on the ball should see New England remain dangerous in the final third regardless. He is one of league’s most creative playmakers and needs to continue to be a catalyst for the Revolution.

One to Watch:

Diego Fagundez – Midfielder – Young midfielder Fagundez is yet to make a major impact on MLS, despite impressing over the past few seasons. He has a lot of potential going forward and will hope to feature more as a starter this year as opposed to having to settle for substitute appearances. He’s been with the Revs since 2011, after signing a professional contract from their academy, so it’s time he made his mark in the team. He’s entering his sixth MLS campaign but is remarkably still just 21 years of age.

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Predicted Finish

Eastern Conference – 8th – The Revs have lost one of their key men in Jermaine Jones and will find it hard to bounce back from such a loss this term. Their late season form last season might be a glimpse of what is to come with a tougher spell for the franchise possibly on the way. We expect them to endure a tough transitional year, with a playoff push perhaps out of reach. Jay Heaps is a great coach, however, and he will be doing all he can to ensure New England Revolution remain competitive in 2016.

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MLS Preview and Prediction: New England Revolution vs Philadelphia Union

Competition: Major League Soccer – New England Revolution vs. Philadelphia Union 

Venue: Gillette Stadium – Saturday, September 26 – 19:30 ET (00:30 BST)

Match Odds: New England Revolution 4/6 – Draw 3/1 – Philadelphia Union 15/4

Match Preview

New England Revolution host the Philadelphia Union on Saturday night and will look to recover their imperious form after suffering a 3-0 loss to Montreal last time out.

New England’s current form sees them in a strong position going into the playoffs as they look certain to be MLS Cup contenders once again. A win here will guarantee a playoff spot and the home fans will expect nothing less than three points.

Being only two points off the Eastern Conference leading Red Bulls, the Revs have a strong chance of still winning the conference, and with back-to-back MLS Cup finals a real possibility, the Revs are a force to be feared.

New England Revolution’s record in MLS: P30 – W13 – D7 – L10

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At the opposite end of the Eastern Conference are the Philadelphia Union, who have lost half of their 30 MLS games so far this year.

Currently sitting six points off Montreal Impact in the hunt for the last playoff spot, the Union are basically all but out of the race for that prestigious sixth spot, unless something truly special happens for them.

They are sitting second from bottom in the Supporters’ Shield standings with four games to play, so it’s been another tough season and there’s plenty of room to improve once more going into the next campaign.

Philadelphia Union’s record in MLS: P30 – W9 – D6 – L15

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Team News

New England Revolution are still without Darrius Barnes as he is still out with a torn patellar tendon. However, the rest of Jay Heaps’ squad are available and will be fighting for starting roles.

Philadelphia Union will be missing Jimmy McLaughlin through a concussion injury. Andrew Wenger, Fernando Aristeguieta and Brian Sylvestre are all doubts but could feature.

Key Points

New England Revolution’s last five: W/W/W/W/L

Philadelphia Union’s last five: W/L/W/L/W

Key Stat: New England have only lost once at home in their last 25 MLS matches.

Key Player: Lee Nguyen – USMNT playmaker Nguyen is the gem of the pack and a huge asset to his side. Expect him to create countless chances and cause the Union’s defence real problems from the outset.

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Score Prediction

New England Revolution 2-0 Philadelphia Union – We’re not expecting any surprises here as New England are one of the teams to beat at the moment in MLS. And away from home, the Union have only managed three wins. Comfortable home win for us.

MLS Preview and Prediction: New England Revolution vs Orlando City

Competition: Major League Soccer – New England Revolution vs. Orlando City

Venue: Gillette Stadium – Saturday, September 5 – 19:30 ET (00:30 BST)

Match Odds: New England Revolution 8/13 – Draw 3/1 – Orlando City 4/1

Match Preview

New England Revolution take on Orlando City this Saturday as they look to secure a playoff place in the Eastern Conference.

The Revs are sitting in 5th place on 37 points and have been in a good run of form, unbeaten in their last five, winning four of those games.

They come into this one off the back of last weekends 1-0 away win over Philadelphia Union which will have continued to help build confidence in the side.

Jay Heaps will know Orlando will push his side hard to take all three points but this is a tie he will expect the Revs to win and make their excellent home advantage count.

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Orlando City have struggled over their last five games, failing to register a win in any of those outings, but despite those results they remain well in the fight for a playoff spot.

Adrian Heath’s side showed their desire to get back on track with their 1-1 draw with Chicago Fire last weekend after their ill-disciplined performance away at Toronto the previous week.

Orlando have lost their last four on the road and in those games they have conceded 18 goals. They will need to be far more organised at the back if they are to take anything away from a very strong Revs home side.

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Heath’s side have lost seven of their 13 away ties this season, but have showed they have what it takes to find the net against the Revs, with their earlier meeting in the campaign ending in a 2-2 draw. If Orlando can repeat that scoreline it will be a solid result.

Team News

New England are still without Darrius Barnes. London Woodberry and Jose Goncalves are both one caution away from a suspension. Jermaine Jones is on international duty with the USMNT.

Orlando City have six injury concerns heading into this one. Kevin Molino, Conor Donovan, Brek Shea and Harrison Heath are set to miss out while Tony Cascio and Seb Hines are both doubts. Carlos Rivas and Darwin Ceren are both one away from suspension. Rafael Ramos and Adrian Winter are serving the second game of their suspensions following their dismissals against Toronto.

Key Points

New England Revolution’s last five in MLS: W/D/W/W/W

Orlando City’s last five in MLS: L/D/L/L/D

Key Stat: Fortress – New England Revolution are undefeated in 22 of their last 23 home games.

Key Player: Kaka – Orlando desperately need their key man to help get the side reorganised and ensure they do not miss out on a playoff spot. His debut season in MLS has been a good one but he will be more than aware of the demands of the fans and the weight on his shoulders in a tough time of the season.

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Score Prediction

New England Revolution 2-1 Orlando City – The Revs to prove too strong for a struggling Orlando side with another home win.

MLS Preview and Prediction: New England Revolution vs Toronto

Competition: Major League Soccer – New England Revolution vs. Toronto

Venue: Gillette Stadium – Saturday, August 1 – 19:30 ET (00:30 BST)

Match Odds: New England Revolution 21/20 – Draw 13/5 – Toronto 11/5

Match Preview

New England Revolution host Toronto in a key Eastern Conference clash this weekend with the sides level on 28 points.

New England come into the game off the back of a 2-2 away draw with Chicago Fire. They have lost five of their last seven but finally ended their five-game losing streak in their last home game two weeks ago and are now looking back on track.

Jay Heaps will be looking to guide his team to a second straight MLS Cup final but they need to ensure they pick up more wins through the final stretch of the season to give them any chance.

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A win against Toronto this weekend would see them move ahead of the Canadian side and would reinforce confidence that the Revs will make the playoffs without too much trouble.

That won’t be easy against a Toronto side that have only lost one of their last six games though. The Red have netted nine in their last three as Sebastian Giovinco has been in unstoppable form.

Winning games is still an issue for Greg Vanney’s team as they’ve won just one of their last five. An away trip to New England will prove a stiff test but the Reds will be confident after coming from 3-0 down to earn a 3-3 draw at Columbus Crew last weekend.

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The earlier meeting between the two this season saw the game end 1-1 at Gillette Stadium as a fine Michael Bradley goal cancelled out Juan Agudelo’s first-half strike.

Team News

New England look set to be without, Darrius Barnes and Kevin Alston is a doubt. Lee Nguyen and London Woodberry are both one caution away from a suspension.

Toronto have seven injury concerns. Mark Bloom, Nick Hagglund, Luke Moore, Clement Simonin and Michael Bradley all look set to miss out, while Ashtone Morgan and Sebastian Giovinco are doubts. Collen Warner is suspended.

Key Points

New England Revolution’s last five in MLS: L/L/L/W/D

Toronto’s last five in MLS: D/L/D/W/D

Key Stat: Fortress – New England Revolution are undefeated in 20 of their last 21 home games.

Key Player: Sebastian Giovinco – The Atomic Ant missed the MLS All-Star Game through injury on Wednesday but should be fit to start here and will hurt the Revs if so. He’s unstoppable of late and is a constant threat for opposition defences.

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Score Prediction

New England Revolution 2-2 Toronto FC – Another draw looks to be the most likely result here between two sides desperate to avoid defeat at the top end of the Eastern Conference.

MLS Preview and Prediction: New York Red Bulls vs New England Revolution

Competition: Major League Soccer – New York Red Bulls vs. Real Salt Lake

Venue: Red Bull Arena – Saturday, July 11 – 19:00 ET (00:00 BST)

Match Odds: New York Red Bulls 4/5 – Draw 11/4 – Real Salt Lake 16/5

Match Preview

It’s sixth versus fourth in the Eastern Conference as New York Red Bulls entertain New England Revolution on Saturday evening.

New York Red Bulls come into this one off the back of their 2-1 defeat against Columbus Crew. The result would be have been disappointing for Jesse Marsch as his side threw the game away after leading early on.

Recent form will be a concern for NYRB, as they have only won twice in their last seven regular season games.

Red Bulls are sitting sixth in the Eastern Conference and are only one point behind the Revs despite having played three games less than their opponents.

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New England Revolution are in a bad patch of form. Having lost their last four regular season games on the bounce they desperately need a positive result from this one.

Jay Heaps side come into this one off the back of the 3-0 drubbing at the hands of FC Dallas.

Worryingly for the Revs they have only won once in their last 11 regular season outings. With each passing game their opponents are seeing them as a beatable side.

Charlie Davies has easily been one of the Revs stand out players this season and he will be hoping to add to his tally of seven so far this campaign.

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Team News

New York Red Bulls will be without Chris Duvall while Ronald Zubar remains doubtful. Damien Perrinelle is one booking away from a suspension.

New England Revolution will be without Darrius Barnes and Jermaine Jones. Kevin Alston is a doubt and Teal Bunbury is also one booking away from a suspension.

Key Points

New York Red Bulls’ last five in MLS: L/L/W/W/L

New England Revolution’s last five in MLS: W/L/L/L/L

Key Stat: New England have lost their last five away regular season matches.

Key Player: Bradley Wright-Phillips – The Englishman to play a key role in this one and find his scoring touch again.

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Score Prediction

New York Red Bulls 2-1 New England Revolution – New York Red Bulls to continue piling misery on the Revs.  

MLS Preview and Prediction: FC Dallas vs New England Revolution

Competition: Major League Soccer – FC Dallas vs. New England Revolution

Venue: Toyota Stadium –Saturday, July 4 – 21:00 ET (Sunday, July 5 – 02:00 BST) 

Match Odds: Dallas 1/1 – Draw 13/5 – New England Revolution 5/2

Match Preview

FC Dallas host New England Revolution on Saturday night as they look to pick themselves up after their midweek trouncing at the hands of Sporting Kansas City.

Dallas were thumped 6-2 by SKC in the US Open Cup – a result they will want to quickly forget and have a great chance of doing so against a below-par New England Revolution side.

Oscar Pareja’s team won their last regular season game 2-0 against Houston Dynamo. They are sitting in sixth place in the Western Conference.

Fabian Castillo has been in good form and the Dallas faithful will be hoping he can push the side to another home victory. Dallas have lost just once at Toyota Stadium so far this campaign and it is becoming a fortress.

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New England Revolution are sitting sitting second in the Eastern Conference despite their poor run of form but they must turn things around.

The Revs have lost their last three games on the bounce and have just one win in their last ten Major League Soccer outings.

They come into this one off the back of their 2-1 defeat to Vancouver Whitecaps which saw Andrew Farrell dismissed.

Jay Heaps will be disappointed that his side have lost their last three games by the same scoreline, 2-1, and the chasing pack are edging closer to the Revs, who are ahead of three sides by just one point.

New England are now eleven points behind leaders DC United and closing that gap already looks like an impossible task.

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Team News

FC Dallas could possibly be without Rolando Escobar. Victor Ulloa and Atiba Harris are both one yellow card away from a suspension.

New England Revolution will be missing Jermaine Jones and Darrius Barnes. Andrew Farrell is suspended, while London Woodberry and Teal Bunbury are both one yellow away from suspension.

Key Points

FC Dallas’ last five: L/D/L/D/W

New England Revolution’s last five: L/W/L/L/L

Key Stat: FC Dallas are unbeaten in nine of their last ten home Major League Soccer outings.

Key Player: Fabian Castillo – The easy choice but for obvious reasons, the forward has netted six times so far this campaign and possesses the ability to unlock any defence.

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Score Prediction

FC Dallas 2-1 New England Revolution – Another loss for New England which they cannot afford against a Dallas side who will see this as a chance to build on their last regular season win.