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MLS Preview: New York Red Bulls (2-1-1) at New England Revolution (1-2-1)

This will be the 88th MLS meeting between the Revolution and Red Bulls. Including playoffs, only D.C. and the Red Bulls (97) have played more often. New England has won three straight matches against New York for the first time since winning five in a row from July 2006 to August 2007.

New England has suffered back-to-back regular season losses in a single season for the first time under Bruce Arena, who took charge in July 2019. The Revs last three-match regular season losing streak as in March 2019.

The Red Bulls have won six of their last eight regular season away matches (D1 L1), including their first two this season. A win at New England would make the Red Bulls just the eighth team to win the first three away matches of a season and the first since 2012 (Sporting KC, Chivas USA).

New England has conceded three times in each of its last two matches, both defeats. The Revs had allowed three goals just twice in their previous 74 MLS matches, including playoffs, dating back to October 2019.

The Red Bulls have attempted 111 tackles this season, 18 more than any other MLS team, but have also been called for 89 fouls, 17 more than any other team this season. Patryk Klimala and Dylan Nealis each have committed 12 fouls this season, only Miami’s Gregore (13) has more.

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