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How To Watch: Revolution vs. Toronto FC - Game Details, Match Thread

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Bob DeChiara-USA TODAY Sports

The New England Revolution head north of the border for a key matchup in the Eastern Conference against Toronto FC.

It's been rainy in Toronto for most of the day, so that could have an affect on the field and perhaps slow the game down. Both teams are looking to avoid being a road team in the first round of the MLS Playoffs and a win for either team would go a long way in the standings late in the season.

We'll update the lineups in the comments below but expect a full strength lineup including Jermaine Jones for the Revs back from international duty from the United States. Toronto FC will be getting a few of their own US internationals back in Jozy Altidore and Michael Bradley, but it's the status of MVP candidate Sebastian Giovinco that is most concerning for TFC.

If Toronto is at full strength, this could be the beginning of a long week for the Revs, who play the New York Red Bulls at home midweek before heading back to Canada to play the Montreal Impact on Saturday. The tough stretch is the heart of the Revs remaining schedule as we talked about in our match preview and a couple of wins will go a long way to getting the Revs towards the top of the East standings.

Stay with us through out the match as we'll have commentary and updates throughout the match.


Game Time: September 13, 2015, 5:00 PM EST

Venue: BMO Field, Toronto, CAN


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