The New England Revolution are at Brown University's Stevenson Field for their U.S Open Cup match against their USL Pro affiliate the Rochester Rhinos.
REVS LINEUP (4-1-4-1)
Brad Knighton; Darrius Barnes, Stephen McCarthy, Jose Goncalves, Kevin Alston; Scott Caldwell; Steve Neumann, Lee Nguyen, Alec Sundly, Kelyn Rowe; Saer Sene
Bench: Larry Jackson, Chris Tierney, Andrew Farrel, Daigo Kobayashi, Charlie Davies, Patrick Mullins, Teal Bunbury
RHINOS LINEUP (3-5-2)
McCarthy; Diallo, Hoffer, Obasi; Dixon, Rosenlund, Banks, McMahon, Walls; Rolfe, Mendoza
Bench: Soffner*, Sanchez*, Slogic, Vu, Garzi, Houapeu, Rosenbom (* - on loan from Revs)
It's a pretty good mix of veterans and youth from Jay Heaps, and despite only one regular starting defender in Goncalves it's still a strong defensive unit with Barnes and Alston who've played well on the flanks and McCarthy who scored in his only game of the season last week against Richmond.
The midfield is going to be the most interesting, as we'll see how the Revs deploy against a pretty talented Rhinos team. Odds are that Neumann and Rowe will man the wings with a triangle of Nguyen, Sundly and Caldwell in the middle.
The winner of this game will play at the Philadelphia Union at PPL Park on July 8th at 7PM EST. The Union defeated the NASL New York Cosmos 2-1 yesterday.
Check out Steve and Brendan Doherty's preview of tonight's game here as well as Seth's lineup predictions for this weeks' Revs games against the Rhinos and the Union this Saturday.
Coverage of the game should begin around 730, so feel free to watch the live stream we've embedded or head over to RevolutionSoccer.net to watch there.