New England Revolution vs Real Salt Lake: Predictions, Odds and Roster Notes

How to Watch

Where: Gillette Stadium, Foxboro, Massachusetts

When: Saturday, September 21st at 7:30 PM EST

How (TV/Radio): TV: ESPN+. Salt Lake TV/Radio: KMYU, ESPN 700 AM. New England TV/Radio: NBC Sports Boston, 98.5 FM.

Team Notes

New England Revolution

Through 30 matches, the Revolution have a record of 10-10-10 (W-L-D) for 40 points.

The Revolution sit in 7th place, the last playoff spot in the Eastern Conference, with 45 goals scored and 52 surrendered.

New England are 20-1 to win the MLS Championship in November.

Real Salt Lake

Through 30 games, Real Salt Lake has a record of 14-12-4 (W-L-D) with 42 goals and 38 goals allowed.

Real Salt Lake are currently in 4th place in the Western Conference with 46 points, three points behind the 2nd place team in the West, Seattle with 49 points.

Real Salt Lake have 25-1 odds to take the MLS Championship in November.

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Goalie Notes

New England: Matt Turner (7-3-6, 1.41 goals allowed per game)

Turner has faced a barrage of shots over the past two games, fending off 17 shots on goal while allowing five to find the net.

  • In his last start, Turner allowed three goals on seven shots in a 3-3 draw with Orlando.
  • The Revolution keeper has saved 12 shots over the past two starts.
  • Turner has allowed nine goals in his last four home starts for the Revolution.

Real Salt Lake: Nick Rimando (12-10-4, 1.23 goals allowed per game)

Rimando has posted three clean sheets in his last six starts for Real Salt Lake.

  • In his last start, Rimando allowed three goals, the first time that’s happened since June 1st.
  • Salt Lake’s keeper has surrendered just two goals in his last three road matches.
  • Real Salt Lake has won five of Rimando’s last eight starts for a total of 15 points.

Stats to Watch

New England Revolution

The Revolution are scoring 1.4 goals per game on the road, but allowing just 1.3 goals per contest.

  • Tesho Akindele, Cristian Penilla, and Gustavo Bou scored three goals in the 3-3 draw versus Orlando City SC last weekend.
  • Bou leads the club with four home goals in 2019 for the Revolution.
  • The Revolution has scored seven goals in their last four matches.

Real Salt Lake

Real Salt Lake is scoring 0.9 goals per road contest versus the 1.7 they’re allowing away from Utah.

  • Albert Rusnák scored Real Salt Lake’s lone goal in their 3-1 loss to Minnesota last Sunday.
  • Sam Johnson leads the club with four game-winning goals.
  • Rusnák leads Salt Lake with six road goals, and leads the team with ten total goals.

Last Five Games

New England Revolution

  • The Revolution have scored eight goals in their last five matches.
  • New England has an even goal differential in their last five games.
  • The Revolution have a record of 1-1-3 in their last five matches.

Real Salt Lake

  • Real Salt Lake has a record of 2-3-0 in their last five games.
  • In their last five matches, Real Salt Lake holds a minus-2 goal differential.
  • In their last three matches, Real Salt Lake has scored just two goals.

Game Odds


SportsbookNE RevolutionTieReal Salt Lake
888Sport NJ-139+300+310
Fox Bet NJ-125+290+310


SportsbookOver 3.5Under 3.5
888Sport NJ+130-157
Fox Bet NJ+130-162

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