The New England Revolution is unbeaten in eight straight meetings with the Chicago Fire, though five of those, including the last three, have ended in draws. The eight-match run is the longest unbeaten streak by either team in MLS play in the history of the series (84 matches, including playoffs).
The New England Revolution have lost three straight matches in all competitions after a run of one loss in its previous 14 games (W9 D4) dating back to last October. New England has conceded 10 goals in the four losses and eight goals in the other 13 matches.
The Chicago Fire got an 89th-minute equalizer from Georgios Koutsias to earn a 3-3 draw against Atlanta United FC on Saturday. Eight of the Chicago Fire’s 13 regular season matches in 2023 have featured at least one-result changing goal in the 75th minute or later.
The Philadelphia Union’s second goal on Saturday against the New England Revolution came on a penalty conceded by Andrew Farrell. It was the 12th penalty Farrell has conceded in his MLS career and the seventh since the start of the 2021 season, three more than any other player in that time.
Kei Kamara has scored 11 regular season goals against the New England Revolution in his MLS career, only scoring more against his current team, the Chicago Fire (13). The only player with more regular season goals against the New England Revolution in MLS history is Jaime Moreno (14).