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MLS Preview: New England Revolution (7-3-4) at Atlanta United FC (6-4-5)

The New England Revolution have won three of its four matches against the Atlanta United FC (D1) since the start of the 2021 season. Prior to that, Atlanta United FC had never lost to the New England Revolution (W5 D2, including playoffs).

Atlanta United FC has followed a four-match losing streak in all competitions by going unbeaten in three straight (W1 D2), including a 1-1 draw with Orlando City SC on Saturday on an 86th-minute equalizer by Tyler Wolff. That made it 17 straight league games with a goal for Atlanta, the longest active streak in MLS.

Despite coming back to draw, 3-3. against the Chicago Fire on Saturday, the New England Revolution is winless in three straight league matches (L1 D2), conceding eight times in those games. The New England Revolution had won seven of their first 11 league matches this year (D3 L1), allowing only nine total goals in those games.

20-year-old Tyler Wolff scored Atlanta United FC’s lone goal in its 1-1 draw at Orlando City SC on Saturday, the fifth goal scored by players under 21 years old for the Five Stripes this season (C. Wiley 3, T. Wolff 2). No other team has more than three goals scored by players 20 years old or younger this season.

Jozy Altidore came off the bench to score and 83rd-minute equalizer for the New England Revolution against the Chicago Fire on Saturday, his 17th goal as a substitute in his MLS career, tied with Chris Wondolowski for third-most in league history. Only Jeff Cunningham (28) and Aln Gordon (25) score more times off the bench.

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