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Revolution v. Red Bulls: Injury Reports

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The healthy Revs will host the injury-plagued Red Bulls.

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With no names on the latest injury report, New England Revolution head coach Jay Heaps will have a plenty of options ahead of Friday's match against the New York Red Bulls.

For the second straight week, the Revs are reporting a clean bill of health. Despite this, the team will be missing important contributors, as both Gershon Koffie and Je-Vaughn Watson will be serving one-game suspensions for receiving recent red cards.

Watson, who also missed last weekend's tilt against NYC FC, will likely be replaced be London Woodberry. Koffie's stand-in is a bit more difficult to predict, though Daigo Kobyashi and Kelyn Rowe are frontrunners.

While the Revs are looking healthy, their upcoming opponent is not so lucky. The Red Bulls have four players listed as out in Damien Perrinelle (knee), Gideon Baah (hamstring), Ronald Zubar (hamstring), and Gonzalo Veron (hamstring). With this in mind, the Revolution attack will hope to take advantage of the Red Bulls' depleted back line.