New England Revolution vs Philadelphia Union: Predictions, Odds and Roster Notes

How to Watch

Where: Gillette Stadium, Boston, MA

When: Wednesday, June 26th at 7:00 PM EST

How: (TV) ESPN+. (Radio) New England Revolution Radio: 98.5 FM, Philadelphia Union Radio: https://www.philadelphiaunion.com/fans/philadelphia-union-radio.

Team Notes

New England Revolution

Through 17 matches, the New England Revolution has a record of 4-8-4 (W-L-D) for sixteen points this season.

The Revolution sit in 11th place in the Eastern Conference, with 17 goals scored and 33 conceded.

New England are 100-1 to win the MLS Championship in November.

Philadelphia Union

After 17 games, the Union have a record of 9-4-4 (W-L-D) with 31 goals scored and 20 goals allowed.

Philadelphia heads the Eastern Conference with 31 points and goal-differential at plus-11.

The Union have dropped to 10-1 odds to take the MLS Championship title.

Goalie Notes

New England: Matt Turner (1-1-2, 3.00 goals allowed per game)

Turner has started four of the Revolution’s last five matches this season.

Turner has been impressive in his last three matches, allowing just one goal on nine shots on goal.

  • Turner posted five shutouts in his 27 appearances last season.
  • In his last four matches, Turner has allowed five goals, but has surrendered none in his last two matches.
  • The new Revolution starter was sent off with a red card in his last match against D.C. United.

Philadelphia Union: Andre Blake (5-4-3, 1.42 goals allowed per game)

In Blake’s last four games, the keeper has surrendered eight goals.

Blake’s last match against the Red Bulls, the keeper allowed two goals against four shots on goal in the 3-2 victory.

  • Over Blake’s last four outings he faced a total of 20 shots on goal.
  • Blake’s save percentage continues to fall, it stands at a season-long low of 53.7%.
  • Blake has two clean sheets on the year, but just one shutout came at a full 90 minutes for the Union.

Players to Watch

New England Revolution

The Revolution is led in scoring by midfielder Carles Gil who has four goals and four assists in 16 matches.

Cristian Penilla and Edgar Castillo are tied for second on the team in assists with two each.

  • Penilla has added three goals to his two assists in 14 appearances.
  • Gil leads the Revolution with 20 shots this season, with seven shots on goal.
  • Forward Juan Agudelo has three goals in 14 matches on the year for New England.

Philadelphia Union

Ilsinho, Jamiro Monteiro and Kacper Przybylko all lead the Union in scoring this year with four goals per player.

Ilsinho also has five assists on the year, while Haris Medunjanin and Kai Wagner are tied for 2nd place on the squad with four assists for Philadelphia.

  • Przybylko has 34 shots this season with 15 on goal this year for the Union.
  • Five players on the Union have netted a total of five away goals this season.
  • In addition to co-leading the team in goals, Monteiro has 16 shots on goal to head the Union club.

Last Five Games

New England Revolution

  • The Revolution are unbeaten in their last four matches.
  • New England has a minus-2 goal differential in their last five games.
  • The Revolution have a record of 2-1-2 in their last five matches.

Philadelphia Union

  • The Union are 2-1-2 in their last five games.
  • Philly has netted five goals in their last two road games.
  • The Union has an even goal differential their last five matches.

Game Odds

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