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MLS Decision Day Preview: Philadelphia Union (15-8-10) at New England Revolution (14-9-10)

The Philadelphia Union have lost only two of its last 10 regular-season matches at the New England Revolution dating back to 2014 (W4 D4). No Eastern Conference team has averaged more points per match than the Philadelphia Union (1.53 – W6 D5 L4) at the New England Revolution since the Philadelphia Union joined MLS in 2010.

The New England Revolution’s 15-match home league unbeaten run to begin the season ended with a 2-1 loss to the Columbus Crew SC on October 4. The New England Revolution had lost consecutive regular-season home games only once since the start of the 2021 season, doing so in March-April 2022.

The Philadelphia Union are unbeaten in eight straight matches dating back to the beginning of September, though six of those have ended in draws (W2). The Philadelphia Union’s eight-match unbeaten run is tied with FC Dallas and the Seattle Sounders FC for the longest active unbeaten run in the league.

Tomas Chancalay scored both of the New England Revolution’s goals in its defeat to Nashville SC on Saturday. Chancalay has scored six times since making his New England Revolution debut in late August, more than any other player on the team (Carles Gil – 4).

Daniel Gazdag and Julian Carranza have scored 10 goals in each of the last two seasons, while Mikael Uhre sits on nine goals after scoring 13 in 2022. If Urhe scores on Saturday, the Philadelphia Union would be the second team in MLS history to have three 10-goal scorers in consecutive seasons (San Jose Earthquakes 1996-1997).

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