Next Sunday at 2:00am GMT, on matchday 31 of the Major League Soccer, we will see Revs play NYC at Gillette Stadium.
NYC currently sit in fourth place as they travel to first placed Revs.
Maintaining their position as League leaders will be New England Revolution’s primary goal going into this meeting
Returning to match-winning form, following a defeat is always a tough challenge, but that is what Revs need now, after their loss to New York at Yankee Stadium.
League leaders Revs keep finding ways to win, having secured 13 victories in their last 18 fixtures is astonishing this season. They are the team to beat, with 49 points and sitting at the top of the table having won 15 matches, drawn four games, and lost four meetings.
If odds are anything to go by, NYC cannot expect to get a good result of their trip to Revs. This is particularly true, given both team’s form. Revs have won nine fixtures, drawn one game, and lost one game at home this season.
A win for New England Revolution will take the League leaders to 52 points, further consolidating their position and keeping the pressure on everyone else.
New York arrive at this match, having secured 34 points so far this season
NYC come to this match on the back of a 3-1 away loss against Nashville SC at Nissan Stadium.
With 34 points, they currently sit fourth in the League having won 10 meetings, drawn four matches, and lost seven fixtures.
NYC have had a disappointing run of performances on the road, having won two games, drawn three meetings, and lost five fixtures of their 10 League matches playing away this season.
A win in this fixture would take New York’s points to 37 in the League.
New England Revolution v New York – Head-to-Heads.
Having faced each other 18 times before this fixture, the share of spoils is very even between the two teams. Both Revs and NYC have enjoyed a win on seven victories occasions. Further, NYC have won three out of five games when visiting Revs. The last time both teams met in this competition was August 2021, when The Pigeons walked away as 2-0 winners.