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New England Revolution Set To Play Red Bulls In Front Of Traveling Supporters

New England Revolution vs. New York Red Bulls Game Preview

The New England Revolution will play match one of a two-match road trip tonight against the New York Red Bulls. The Revs will be joined by nearly 1000 traveling supporters who have made the trip to New York to support New England on the road.

The team is looking forward to playing in front of so many of their supporters on the road as they look to build off their previous two wins.

“It’s the best kind of boost you can get, especially on the road said New England Midfielder Kelyn Rowe. To have those fans cheer when you’re in that corner, and you can actually hear them on the other side of the field, which is incredible because of the fans that [the] Red Bulls get. For us to have that support system in the back of our minds when maybe it’s the 70th minute and we need a goal, or hopefully we’re in the lead and we’re trying to run it out. To have that support system is incredible and cheers to the fans.”

Following Saturday’s match, the Revolution will remain in New York to prepare for a mid-week clash with New York City FC at Yankee Stadium on Wednesday, May 31.

  When, where: Saturday, 7:30 p.m., at Red Bull Arena, Harrison, N.J.

  TV, radio: CSN, WBZ-FM (98.5)

  Coaches: Revolution — Jay Heaps; New York — Jesse Marsch.

  Formations: Revolution — 4-4-2 diamond; New York — 4-1-3-2.

  Goalkeepers: Revolution — Cody Cropper; New York — Luis Robles.

Referee: Ismail Elfath.

 Out: Revolution — D Andrew Farrell (red card), D Benjamin Angoua (suspended); New York — D Gideon Baah (leg), D Aurelien Collin (abdominal strain).

New England Revolution Set To Play Red Bulls In Front Of Traveling Supporters
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