NE REVS STARTING XI
CAR RAILHAWKS STARTING XI
It's the professional debut of Revs top SuperDraft pick Jordan McCrary who will make his first appearance for the team at right back. Homegrown midfielder Zach Herivaux, who made his pro debut last year in a loss to the Charlotte Independce in the USOC, will make his first pro start for the Revs.
It's a mixed lineup with regular defenders Jose Goncalves and London Woodberry at centerback as well as players like Scott Caldwell, Kelyn Rowe and Juan Agudelo mixed in with youngsters like Femi Hollinger-Janzen as the supersub/rookie makes the start up top in the Revs familiar 4-2-3-1.
For the Railhawks, Revolution fans might recognize Guatemalan midfielder Marvin Ceballos, who the Revs seemed to acquire last year only to have the deal fall through and Ceballos to sign with Indy Eleven of the NASL. One year later Ceballos is with the Railhawks who finished 7th in the 2016 NASL Spring season after starting off 4-0 and going winless in their last six.
NEW ENGLAND REVOLUTION AT CAROLINA RAILHAWKS
US OPEN CUP, 4TH ROUND
KICKOFF: 730PM EST
WAKEMED PARK, CARY, NC