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Revolution vs. Chivas USA 2014: Live Open Thread

With the rebrand looming, tonight's match will mark the last time that Chivas USA will comes to Gillette Stadium. Join us as we discuss the game, which is set to kickoff at 7:30

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The New England Revolution welcome Chivas USA for the two clubs only meeting of the year. This match is particularly sentimental as it will be the last time Chivas USA will step foot within the walls of Gillette Stadium as the team is set to undergo a rebrand next year.

Head coach Jay Heaps will look to Darrius Barnes to replace the injured Kevin Alston while Daigo Kobayashi gets the nod ahead of Teal Bunbury. It's also worth noting that new acquisition Tony Taylor has made the bench.

The Goats will rely on the attacking duo of Erick Torres and Felix Borja. Torres currently has 14 MLS goals and was recently called up by the Mexican national team. The Goats backline will be marshaled by old friend Tony Lochhead, who was a member of the Revolution from 2005-2007.

Join us as we talk about tonight's match!


Revolution: Bobby Shuttleworth, Andrew Farrell, Jose Goncalves, A.J. Soares, Darrius Barnes; Diego Fagundez, Lee Nguyen, Scott Caldwell, Kelyn Rowe, Daigo Kobayashi; Charlie Davies

Bench: Donnie Smith, Stephen McCarthy, Tony Taylor, Steve Neumann, Patrick Mullins, Teal Bunbury, Brad Knighton

Chivas USA: Kennedy, Toia, Lochhead, Kaji, Jean-Baptiste, Pelletieri, Minda, Avila, Sturgis, Torres, Borja

Bench: Spangenberg, Zavaleta, Delgado, Dunn, Finley, Burling, Barrera