Revolution Match Previews
Revolution match previews featuring news, analysis, and interviews with opposing team writers.
The quest for the Cup officially begins now. Or did it begin like four weeks ago when the Revs last played a game?
The Revolution have two home games left, and the Rapids are the best team left on the schedule and likely the best team New England will play for a month.
The team’s first Shield cements one the best if not the best season in 26 years of Revolution soccer. The only question left is just how great this team will be in December.
The Revs are the first team to secure a spot in the 2021 MLS Cup Playoffs, but that is just the first check mark of what could be many for this New England side.
A lot of things have changed since the opening 15 minutes of the 2021 campaign in Soldier Field, with the Revs looking to secure a playoff spot in September and the Fire...celebrating their first road win in a year and a half.
The Revolution have already started off their final ten matches of the season with a 2-1 home win against NYCFC and look to add to their already impressive season haul.
The last Revs-NYC match was unwatchable, I was there when it happened, so I should be there for a proper rematch. And hopefully a better cheseeburger.
The number of players away at World Cup qualifying for tonight’s game is substantial, and great for the league overall...if MLS didn’t play through the international calendar.
Suspending players for already being injured is dumb, but suspending them for being talented enough to join a Champions League side this winter is unfathomable.
The Union have a CCL date at the vaunted Azteca Stadium midweek, and with the East faltering today would be a good day to extend their lead at the top of the standings.
We’ve reported that Carles Gil is going to miss a few weeks with a sports hernia injury, so what formation can the Revs deploy on short notice against a solid Nashville defense?
The Revs might be a thin on their backline today, but should have every confidence in not only getting a result, but a win.
Can the Revolution continue their top of the table form AND spoil the opening of the the Crew’s new stadium?
We’re gonna nip all this talk of a "trap game" right here and right now.
The season ending injury for RBNY centerback Aaron Long is not only devastating for MLS but perhaps the USMNT as well.
You can retire the Hard Hat Guys, but you’ll never stop us from calling Columbus the Crew.
Lou Brown once said if you beat a team in the playoffs last year, and again in the regular season this year, that’s called a winning streak, it has happened before.
Expectations are an odd thing in MLS, a win for the Revs this weekend could cement their status as a top team in the East while Nashville looks to stabilize a slow start to 2021 with their first win.
Major League Soccer’s eight representatives in this years now possibly postponed US Open Cup were set to be decided after the first three games of the year. Even if this match has no bearing on that competition, it’s still a tremendously important game for the Revs.
In true MLS Opening Week tradition, the Revs are on the road, but this time against a familiar Eastern Conference foe.
The New England Revolution prepare for their Eastern Conference semifinal matchup against Orlando City SC.
The Revolution look to pick up their first victory over the Philadelphia Union in 2020.
Adam Buksa: "I want to show my best performance in the game against Philly."
There’s some questions as to where Nashville’s goals are going to come from, especially today...but the defensive side of the ball? Yeah, not a lot of issues back there for the new guys.