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MLS Preview: New England Revolution (7-2-3) at Philadelphia Union (5-4-3)

The Philadelphia Union won their last meeting with the New England Revolution, 2-1, at home in July 2022, ending a five match winless run against the Revolution (D2 L3). Since the start of the 2020 playoffs, New England Revolution has avoided defeat in five of six meetings against Philadelphia Union, more than any other team in that time.

After a 13-match home winning streak in MLS play (including playoffs) the Philadelphia Union have won only one of their last four matches at Subaru Park. Philadelphia failed to score against D. C. United on Wednesday but hasn’t played consecutive matches without scoring at home since October 2016.

Including corners, New England Revolution attempted 36 crosses in its 2-1 loss loss to Inter Miami FC over the weekend. Only five of those 36 were completed (13.9%) the Revolution’s lowest accuracy on corners/crosses (minimum 30 attempts) since June 2015 against the Chicago Fire (4/31 – 12.9%).

Andre Blake’s clean sheet against D. C. United on Wednesday was his 66th since becoming the Philadelphia Union’s first-choice goalkeeper in 2016, more than any other goalkeeper in that time. Blake has kept at least one clean sheet against every opponent he has faced more than five times in his MLS career, including six against the Revolution.

Against Inter Miami FC, Carles Gil scored his 24th goal in the regular season since joining MLS prior to the 2019 season. Gil has 76 goal contributions (24 goals, 52 assists) in that time as only Carlo Vela (96) and Hany Mukhtar (82) have more.

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