The Revolution continue regular-season action as they travel to Audi Field in the nation’s capital as they take on D.C. United on Sunday, September 27th.
Sunday’s match will be the third meeting for both sides. The first time saw both clubs play to a 1-1 draw during group stage action of the MLS is Back tournament. The second meeting saw the Revolution pick up a 2-1 win over D.C. at Audi Field.
The Revolution will look to extend their unbeaten streak against D.C. at Audi Field. The last time the Revolution lost at Audi Field was back on August 19th, 2018.
D.C. comes into Sunday’s match following a 1-0 loss on the road against Nashville.
The Revolution will look to build off the offensive explosion they had against Montreal. Goals from Henry Kessler, Gustavo Bou, and Diego Fagundez propelled the Revolution to a 3-1 victory over the Montreal Impact.
The Revolution will be without Alexander Büttner, who was added to the not medically cleared list ahead of Sunday’s match. Midfielders Carles Gil and Luis Caicedo will also be unavailable
D.C. United will be without Russell Canouse as he exited the match after a second yellow in D.C.’s last match against Nashville.
D.C. United are also dealing with a laundry list of injuries. Paul Arriola, Edison Flores, Felipe Martins, Ulises Segura, Kevin Paredes, and Mohammed Abu will be unavailable for Sunday.
Sunday could be a historical day for the Revolution as Lee Nguyen and Diego Fagundez continue their historical Revolution careers. An assist for Lee Nguyen will make him the first Revolution player to amount 50 goals and 50 assists! If Diego Fagundez is to appear in Sunday’s match, he will tie Matt Reis for second-most games played (253).
Sunday’s match is scheduled to kickoff at 7:00 PM EST.
Sunday’s match will now air on New England Cable News (NECN). Fans can also turn the dial to 98.5 The Sports Hub HD2 or Nossa Radio USA for coverage.
Remember to check back to The Bent Musket for a post-game recap and the latest Revolution news!