The Red Bulls, on a three-game road winning streak, travel to New England, where they have not won since 2002.
|New England Revolution (4-1-4-1): Shuttleworth; Farrell, McCarthy, Goncalves, Tierney; Caldwell; Fagundez, Rowe, Nguyen, Guy; Bengtson.
OUT: Kevin Alston (illness - DL), Donnie Smith (L groin strain), A.J. Soares (R hamstring strain)
QUESTIONABLE: Andrew Farrell (L knee contusion), Stephen McCarthy (L adductor strain), Clyde Simms (concussion)
|New York Red Bulls (4-4-2): Robles; Barklage, Holgersson, Olave, Miller; Alexander, Cahill, Juninho, Steele; Espindola, Akpan.
OUT: Ian Christianson (R Foot Injury), Digao (Heel injury), Dax McCarty (R Quadriceps Strain)
QUESTIONABLE: Ryan Meara (hip surgery recovery)
|DID YOU KNOW?|
- New York won the earlier meeting this season, on April 20, with a comfortable 4-1 result over the Revs.
- The Red Bulls haven't won in New England since 2002, losing 13 of the 18 encounters there since.
- Both teams played midweek games. The Revs capitulated in a 2-1 loss to Real Salt Lake, missing a penalty in stoppage time. New York beat the Montreal Impact 2-1 with Thierry Henry scoring both goals.
- New York has won three consecutive road games. The club record is five, set in 2000.
- The Red Bulls are tied for top in the Eastern Conference with 20 points. New England is seventh, with nine points from nine games.