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Revolution vs. Union 2014: Lineups and Live Thread Part Deux

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The Revolution face off against the Union for the second time this season on Saturday night.

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The New England Revolution will face off against the Philadelphia Union tonight in Chester, Pennsylvania. It's the second meeting between the two teams, with the last meeting (also in Chester) ending in a 1-0 loss for the Revs. The boys in blue are on a serious hot streak right now, including four straight victories over preseason MLS Cup favorites, and although PPL Park is a place the Revs have traditionally struggled, recently breaking their Toronto hex should have them excited to end another curse.

Bobby Shuttleworth suffered a concussion in training on Thursday, representing the only lineup change. Hopefully that won't result in a loosening of one of the league's tightest defenses in recent weeks.

Join the live thread in the comments section and discuss the action as it unfolds.

Lineups

Revolution: Brad Knighton; Chris Tierney, A.J. Soares, Andrew Farrell, Darrius Barnes; Andy Dorman; Diego Fagundez, Lee Nguyen, Daigo Kobayashi, Teal Bunbury; Patrick Mullins

Bench: Davies, McCarthy, Woodbine, Rowe, Caldwell, Neumann, Jackson

Union: MacMath; Gaddis, Wheeler, Berry, Williams; Nogueira, Okugo; Maidana, Fernandes, Cruz; Wenger

Bench: Casey, Le Toux, Fred, Pfeffer, White, Hoppenot, Blake