New England Revolution vs NYCFC: Predictions, Odds and Roster Notes

How to Watch

Where: Gillette Stadium, Foxboro, Massachusetts

When: Sunday, September 29th at 5:00 PM EST

How (TV/Radio): TV: ESPN+. New England TV/Radio: NBC Sports Boston, 98.5 FM. NYCFC TV/Radio: YES, WNYE 91.5 FM.

Team Notes

New England Revolution

Through 32 matches, the New England Revolution have a record of 10-10-12 (W-L-D) for 42 points.

The Revolution sit alone in 7th place in the Eastern Conference, with 47 goals scored and 54 allowed.

New England are 25-1 to win the MLS Championship in November.

New York City FC

New York City FC has a record of 17-5-10 (W-L-D) through 32 games this year.

NYCFC has scored 61 goals against the 39 they’ve allowed. The club has 61 points and has a six-point lead on second place Philadelphia for top spot in the East.

New York City FC have the second-highest odds to win the MLS title at 9-2, behind LAFC.

Game Odds: New England Revolution vs NYCFC


SportsbookNE RevolutionTieNYCFC
888Sport NJ+135+300+150
Unibet NJ+135+300+150
DraftKings NJ+138+310+150

Goalie Notes

New England: Matt Turner (7-3-8, 1.36 goals allowed per game)

Turner has lost just one start since a 2-0 loss to LAFC on August 3rd.

  • Turner has allowed seven goals in his last four appearances for New England.
  • The Revolution keeper has posted six draws in his last eight starts.
  • The New England keeper has four clean sheets out of his 18 starts.

New York City FC: Sean Johnson (13-4-10, 1.22 goals allowed per game)

Johnson has been the lynchpin of the NYCFC unbeaten streak as the keeper has not allowed more than one goal in his last nine starts.

  • Johnson saved three of four shots in a 4-1 win over Atlanta on Wednesday.
  • The NYCFC keeper has allowed just seven goals in his last nine starts.
  • Two of Johnson’s last four allowed goals have come from penalty kicks.

Stats to Watch

New England Revolution

The Revolution are scoring 1.3 goals per game at home and allowing 1.2 goals per contest at Gilette.

  • Gustavo Bou and Carles Gil scored two goals after the 87th minute to force a 2-2 road draw at Portland on Wednesday.
  • Gil leads the Revolution with 14 assists, good for fourth in the MLS.
  • Gil also leads the club in home goals with six on the year.


NYCFC has scored 1.8 goals at home this season against the 1.5 they’ve allowed away from Yankee Stadium.

  • Alexandru Mitrita scored a hat trick in the first 34 minutes of the 4-1 Wednesday win over Atlanta.
  • NYCFC took 16 shots against Atlanta with 8 finding the target. The team scored on four of those eight shots on Wednesday.
  • Maxi Moralez has a four-assist lead for most assists in the MLS with 20.

Last Five Games

New England Revolution

  • The Revolution have netted seven goals in their last five matches.
  • New England has a minus-1 goal differential in their last five games.
  • The Revolution have a record of 0-1-4 in their last five matches.

New York City FC

  • NYCFC is 3-0-2 in their last five matches of the season.
  • New York beat New England 2-1 at home on Sept. 7th.
  • NYCFC has scored 10 goals in their last five contests.

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