New England Revolution vs Minnesota United: An Unbeaten Run and Will Be Keen on Keeping That Going

  • New England Revolution take on Minnesota United at the Gillette this Sunday
  • Minnesota United are in poor form with three losses in their last five matches
  • New England Revolution are on an unbeaten run and will be keen on keeping that going

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New England Revolution vs Minnesota United Sunday, June 19 at 5PM EST
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New England Revolution vs Minnesota United Prediction

While New England Revolution are on a seven-match unbeaten run, four of them have been draws. They are doing well to get the points on the board, but are unable to convert the draws into wins.

They do have a positive record against Minnesota United in the MLS. The two sides have faced each other three times, and New England have won twice. The last meeting was back in 2019, and the home side edged out a 2-1 win.

How it Went Last Time

Jalil Anibaba handed Revolution the lead in the 10th minute before Darwin Quintero leveled things up from the spot midway through the first half. Brandon Bye scored the lone goal of the second half, and that saw the home side walk away with all three points.

Brad Friedel’s side dominated the proceedings and had more shots on target, thus deserved the win. Even after taking the lead in the second half, they went in for the third and kept attacking until the very end. They ensured Minnesota did not have a lot of chances and were restricted to just one shot on target in the second half. The away side did not manage to create a single big chance, even after going behind in the game.

Minnesota’s only win in the league over New England was in July 2018, in a home game. They were 2-0 up in the first half, thanks to goals from Christian Ramirez and Darwin Quintero. They conceded from the spot early in the second half, but managed to hold on to their lead for the rest of the game and collect all three points.

New England Revolution Have Done Well To Make A Comeback In The League

New England Revolution made one of the worst starts to the league this season. They lost four of their opening six matches but have managed to pull themselves together. They now sit 12th in the league table with 20 points from their 15 games.

After starting the season with a draw against Portland Timbers, they went on to defeat FC Dallas in-game week two. However, they went on to lose their next four matches against Real Salt Lake, Charlotte FC, New York Red Bulls, and Inter Miami before ending the losing streak. They defeated Charlotte FC mid-April but lost their next match to FC Dallas.

But the loss to the Texas side proved to be the turning point in their season. They are now on a good run with no defeats in their last seven league matches. They defeated Inter Miami to start the run and followed it up with a draw against Columbus Crew.

Draws Galore

Atlanta United also held them to a 2-2 draw, a game in which New England went behind and then took the lead via Adam Buksa’s brace. They did not do well in keeping hold of the ball and the home side were all over them in the match. However, they did well to keep the score level and walked away with a point.

New England managed to get back to winning ways when they faced FC Cincinnati and snuck a 3-2 win. Sebastian Lletget handed them the lead early in the game, but Brandon Vazquez equalized for Cincinnati in the 26th minute. However, Adam Buksa ensured they took the lead into halftime with a goal right towards the end of the half. Álvaro Barreal’s goal early in the second half leveled things up once again, and New England needed Tommy McNamara to score in the 89th minute to get the win.

Consistent But Not Winning

Their last three matches have been up-and-down again, as they have drawn twice and won just once. The Revolution were held by Philadelphia and Orlando City at home, but they managed to get a 2-1 win at Sporting Kansas City, again thanks to a late goal. Emmanuel Boateng got on the scoresheet in the 87th minute, and 10-men Sporting could not muster a comeback in the final minutes.

Injuries and Suspensions

No players are ruled out.

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Minnesota United’s Inconsistency Has Cost Them A Lot Of Points

Minnesota United are 17th in the league table right now after a poor start to the season. They have scored just 15 goals in their 14 matches and won only five times.

Minnesota made a decent start to the season with two wins and two draws in their opening four matches but lost the next two games. They managed to bounce back with wins over Colorado Rapids and Chicago Fire but lost to Los Angeles FC and that made things tough for them. In their last five matches, Minnesota United have been extremely poor. They have lost thrice and won just once, but that was a shock win over FC Dallas.

Small Margins

FC Cincinnati scored a goal via Brandon Vazquez in the 93rd minute to steal all three points from their visit to Minnesota. The 1-0 loss was a missed opportunity for the home side to collect points as they had control of the game and managed more shots as well. However, they did not have the accuracy, and the away side managed to sneak a win.

Robin Lod handed Minnesota the lead in the first half against Seattle Sounders, but once again, they could not hold on to the lead. Raúl Ruidíaz, Cristian Roldán, and Nicolás Lodeiro scored in the second half for the home side, and they walked away with all three points.

LA Galaxy have not been at their best lately, which was seen in the match against Minnesota. Both sides failed to make the most of their chances, and the game ended 1-1. Adrian Heath’s men finally managed to end their winless streak with a shock win over FC Dallas. The Texas side were flying high in the league when Minnesota stunned them with a 2-1 win with goals from Robin Lod and D.J. Taylor.

No Change in Fortune

However, they could not do much to influence their next game and lost 1-0 to New York City FC. Alexander Callens scored the lone goal of the match in the 29th minute and the reigning champions gave them no real chance of making a comeback.

They were knocked out of the US Open Cup as well last week. After beating Forward Madison FC and Colorado Rapids in the previous rounds, Minnesota lost 2-1 to Union Omaha SC and were eliminated.

During the international friendly break, Minnesota United played a friendly against Paderborn and managed to get a 4-3 win.

Injuries and Suspensions

Niko Hansen, Romain Métanire, Luis Amarilla, Patrick Weah, Hassani Dotson, and Justin McMaster are ruled out.

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Teams New England Revolution vs Minnesota United
Location Gillette Stadium
Time Sunday, June 19 at 5pm EST
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