Tonight, the Revolution have a chance to earn its 11th-straight result at Gillette Stadium when the club hosts Sebastian Giovinco and Toronto FC. Here’s everything you need to know about the week 14 matchup, from projected lineups to broadcast information.
For the Revolution, Lee Nguyen leads the way with six goals scored (tied with Juan Agudelo) and six assists. The Frisco, Texas native also creates more goal-scoring chances per match (2.5) than anyone else in a Revs uniform.
For Toronto FC, Sebastian Giovinco and Jozy Altidore lead the club with six goals each. Spanish midfielder Victor Vazquez has done his part to set up these goals, creating 2.5 chances per match while collecting a team-high four assists (tied with Altidore).
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That’s Toronto’s road record dating back to last season. The club will face a tough test at Gillette Stadium, as the Revs have looked unbeatable at home of late, earning a result in 10 straight matches.
Injuries and Absences
The Revs will play without Teal Bunbury, who is serving a two-match suspension, and Xavier Kouassi, who strained his groin during a 2-2 draw with NYCFC three days ago.
Toronto will play without Jozy Altidore and Michael Bradley, both of whom earned a USMNT call up last week ahead of tonight’s friendly with Venezuela. The Reds will also miss Marky Delgado (red card suspension) and Nick Hagglund (injury).
New England: Cody Cropper; Andrew Farrell, Benjamin Angoua, Antonio Mlinar Delamea, Kelyn Rowe; Gershon Koffie, Lee Nguyen, Scott Caldwell, Diego Fagundez; Kei Kamara, Juan Agudelo
Toronto: Alex Bono; Eriq Zavaleta, Drew Moor, Chris Mavinga; Steven Beitashour, Jay Chapman, Benoit Cheyrou, Victor Vazquez, Justin Morrow; Sebastian Giovinco, Tosaint Ricketts
Kick-off time: 7:30 p.m. ET
Location: Gillette Stadium, Foxboro, Mass.
TV Broadcast: CSN-NE (New England), TSN (Toronto)
Streaming: MLS Live
Radio: 98.5 The Sports Hub (New England)