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Revolution vs. Red Bulls 2014: Lineups and Live Discussion Thread

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The New England Revolution face off against the New York Red Bulls at Gillette Stadium on Saturday afternoon.

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It's another rivalry match for the New England Revolution tonight as they welcome the New York Red Bulls to Gillette Stadium for the last match either team will play before the World Cup break. The Revs will look to get back on track after their five-match winning streak came to an end last week in Montreal.

The lineup remains fairly constant, with two notable changes. For one, Kelyn Rowe has been relegated back to the bench after a tough match in Canada, making way for Daigo Kobayashi. Kobayashi was ever-present during the Revs' recent run, and his form and synergy with Lee Nguyen may be the driving force in the switch.

Also, Saer Sene is making his first appearance in the match day squad since his bizarre leave of absence in April. It's the first time his name has been on the team sheet in any capacity since April 19th.

Join us in the comments section and discuss the action as it unfolds!

Lineups

Revolution: Bobby Shuttleworth; Chris Tierney, Jose Goncalves, A.J. Soares, Andrew Farrell; Andy Dorman; Diego Fagundez, Lee Nguyen, Daigo Kobayashi, Teal Bunbury; Patrick Mullins

Bench: McCarthy, Sene, Knighton, Caldwell, Barnes, Neumann, Rowe

Red Bulls: Robles; Kimura, Miazga, Armando, Duvall; Convey, Sekagya, Alexander, Sam; Luyindula, Wright-Phillips

Bench: Bitolo, Steele, Bover, Meara, Akpan, Lade, Eckersley