The Revolution have won three of their last four matches against Vancouver (D1) and haven’t loss to the Whitecaps in seven years, since a 2-1 home defeat in June 2015. Both teams have scored in each of the four meetings between the sides in Vancouver, with each team winning once (D2).
Since returning to BC Place last August, the Whitecaps have lost just two of their 16 home MLS matches (W11 D3), with both defeats coming at the hands of the Timbers. The Whitecaps have collected 36 points at home in that time, more than any other team in MLS.
New England came from behind to beat Minnesota United, 2-1, on Sunday after conceding the opening goal. Only seven of the Revs’ 16 MLS matches this season have been won by the team scoring the opening goal (D5 L4).
Lucas Cavallini has scored in four straight MLS appearances, only Camilo Sanvezzo (5 straight in 2013) has scored in more consecutive MLS games for the Whitecaps. Cavallini has contributed to a goal in his last five league games, equaling the club record held by Sanvezzo and Christian Bolaños (2016).
Carles Gil set up Dylan Borrero for his first MLS goal in the Revs’ 2-1 win over Minnesota on Sunday. Borrero is the 16th teammate Gil has delivered a primary assist for since joining the Revs in 2019.