Portland Timbers vs New England Revolution: Predictions, Odds and Roster Notes

How to Watch

Where: Providence Park, Portland, Oregon

When: Wednesday, September 25th at 10:30 PM EST

How (TV/Radio): TV: MLS LIVE on ESPN+, Portland TV/Radio: ROOT Sports NW, KJR 950 AM. New England TV/Radio: NBC Sports Boston, 98.5 FM.

Team Notes

Portland Timbers

The Timbers have a record of 13-13-5 (W-L-D) with 45 goals scored and 44 goals allowed.

Portland is tied in 7th place with San Jose in the Western Conference with 44 points, but they are just four points from 4th place in the conference.

The Timbers stand with 30-1 odds to win the MLS Championship.

New England Revolution

Through 31 matches, the Revolution have a record of 10-10-11 (W-L-D) for 41 points.

The Revolution sit in 7th place, the last playoff spot in the Eastern Conference, with 45 goals against the 52 they’ve allowed.

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

Game Odds: Portland Timbers vs New England Revolution

Match

SportsbookPOR TimbersTieNE Revolution
888Sport NJ-152+295+350

Total

SportsbookOver 3.5Under 3.5
888Sport NJ-132+110

Goalie Notes

Portland: Steve Clark (12-6-3, 0.95 goals allowed per game)

Clark has won four of his last nine home starts, with Portland posting just 13 points over that span.

  • In his last start, Clark saved four shots in a shutout performance against Minnesota.
  • Over his last five home starts, Clark has allowed just four goals on 25 shots.
  • Clark is winless in his last three starts as the offense has not scored a goal in support of their keeper.

New England Revolution: Matt Turner (7-3-7, 1.33 goals allowed per game)

Turner held his own last weekend against Real Salt Lake, posting his first clean sheet since July 21st in the 0-0 draw against the Western Conference foe.

  • Turner has only allowed over two goals just three times in his 17 starts in 2019.
  • The Revolution keeper has saved 20 shots over the past four appearances.
  • Turner has allowed nine goals in his last four road starts for the Revolution.

Stats to Watch

Portland Timbers

Portland is netting 1.6 goals per home match against 1.1 goals allowed on average when playing on their home pitch.

  • The Timbers have never lost to New England with two wins and two draws in their four lifetime matches.
  • Despite 12 shots on goal against Minnesota, Portland failed to score at home for the third straight contest.
  • Portland has scored three or more goals four times in their 15 home matches this season.

New England Revolution

The Revolution are scoring 1.6 goals per game on the road, but allowing a staggering 2.2 goals per road match.

  • Carles Gil leads the club in road goals with six on the season. Gil has nine total goals for the Revolution.
  • Gustavo Bou has scored three goals over his last four road games for New England.
  • The Revolution has scored ten goals over their last five road matches.

Last Five Games

Portland Timbers

  • The Timbers’ goal differential over the past five matches is minus-1.
  • Portland has been shutout at home in three straight matches and have scored just 10 goals in their last 9 home games.
  • The Timbers are 2-2-1 in their last five matches for nine points over that span.

New England Revolution

  • The Revolution have scored just seven goals in their last five matches after last weekend’s shutout to Real Salt Lake.
  • New England has a record of 1-1-3 in their last five matches.
  • The Revolution have an even goal differential in their last five games.

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