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Revolution v. Union: Injury Reports

Charlie Davies is listed as questionable against the Philadelphia Union.

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This week's injury report is a mixed bag for the New England Revolution, as one major name came off the list while another was added.

Charlie Davies is categorized as questionable with a left hamstring strain ahead of this Sunday's game against the Philadelphia Union. The forward left last weekend's match against D.C. United in the 34th minute, but later told media that that the injury wasn't too serious.

"Obviously, I’m still in good spirits because I know it’s something that will heal quick," Davies noted. "We have two big games coming up, Philly and New York, both Eastern Conference teams. We’ll see if I’ll be able to go later on next week. If not, I know I’ll be fine for New York."

While Davies' status is up in the air, it appears that Kelyn Rowe is now fully healthy. The midfielder was listed as questionable last week with a hip injury but doesn't appear on the most recent report.

The Union are dealing with a host of injuries with Maurice Edu (Left sports hernia recovery/Left tibia stress reaction) being the only playing that's definitely out. Tranquillo Barnetta (Left knee osteoarthritis), Vincent Nogueira (Right ankle sprain) and Cole Missimo (Left hamstring strain) are all questionable.