Revolution Match Previews
Revolution match previews featuring news, analysis, and interviews with opposing team writers.
New England needs to win out to make the MLS Playoffs or spend their winter watching movies about chugging syrup.
The Revs playoff hopes are reaching dire levels, and an old playoff foe could spoil any chance of a late push towards the postseason.
Familiar foes New England and New York rekindle a rivalry with the Revs looking for another rare road win in a series where road points are supposed to be hard to get.
Both New England and Chicago are facing similar situations, needing a full six points from a crucial double game week.
The Revolution have just eight games left in their regular season and begin a crucial homestand that could make or break their playoff push.
New England’s maple syrup superiority has been well known, but Montreal may have turned a corner under head coach Wilfried Nancy.
The Revolution have stymied the resurgent Toronto FC squad once recently, but can they do it on the road?
Wayne Rooney is back in DC this time as head coach but perhaps not even he can save the East basement dwellers.
New England can move into a tie with Orlando with a much needed road win today against a Lions team having just as many struggles as everyone else in the East.
Apparently MLS teams are only allowed to sign former Italian national teamers or players from Serie A U23 sides, or at least those are the rules New England and Toronto are using and it’s made us hungry.
"Well, they’re a good team. I think they’ve won their last couple of games if I’m not mistaken. Good group of attacking players, good pace on the flanks, good striker, good playmaker, experienced goalkeeper. They’re a good team and playing at home in a new beautiful stadium with a good fan base will make it very challenging."
Okay so there is no Golden LiMu Emu trophy on the line today...but maybe there should be?
Can New England add another game to their 10-match unbeaten run and continue their climb in the East against the defending champs?
The three time defending MLS Wooden Spoon FC Cincy team is in the midst of their best ever season thanks to a couple of former Revolution players.
Both New England and Vancouver have taken 16 points from their last 8 games, can either team add three more to their impressive streak today?
The defending Shield winners are 11th in the East while Peter Vermes and SKC find themselves in dead last in the West.
The Union don’t concede a lot of goals and the Revs have been all about scoring this month, so can New England make up ground on the current East leaders?
The Revs are recovering from their long early season injury list while Atlanta United keeps adding to theirs ahead of a national televised contest.
Before checking in with Massive Report and the Columbus Crew, we need a brief take check on the Revs season.
DC United begins anew without Hernan Losada while New England has already started signing reinforcements after both clubs struggled early in 2022.
New England swept their season series last year against RBNY, notching three wins with three goals apiece in every game. The perfect recipe to get back on track in 2022?
Scott Caldwell will be playing at Gillette Stadium in a slightly different shade of red and blue this week and we couldn’t be happier for him.
The Revs play three home games in the next 8 days before their return leg of the CCL in Mexico which might actually be the best schedule for any MLS team left in the quarterfinals.
New England begins its Shield defense out in Oregon, but faces a new challenge they have not yet seen before - the perils of being a talented and selling team in MLS.
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.