After picking up its fourth point of the season, Toronto FC looks to take advantage of the poor-traveling Revolution.
|Toronto FC (4-4-2): Kocic; Hall, Eckersley, Henry, Morgan; Dunfield, de Guzman, Frings, Avila; Johnson, Koevermans.
OUT: FW Nicholas Lindsay (L knee surgery recovery); GK Stefan Frei (L lower leg); DF Ty Harden (R adductor strain); DF Adrian Cann (R knee sprain)
QUESTIONABLE: DF Aaron Maund (R eye hyphema); DF Logan Emory (shoulder subluxation); DF Dicoy Williams (R knee surgery recovery)
|New England Revolution (4-4-2): Reis; Alston, McCarthy, Soares, Tierney; Cardenas, Rowe, Feilhaber, Nguyen; Sene, Moreno.
OUT: FW Zak Boggs (R ankle sprain); MF Ryan Guy (R calf tightness); MF Shalrie Joseph (R adductor strain); FW Jose Moreno (L ankle sprain); GK Tim Murray (L knee arthroscopy); FW Bjorn Runstrom (R knee inflammation)
QUESTIONABLE: MF Sainey Nyassi (R hamstring strain); FW Michael Roach (L adductor tightness); MF Clyde Simms (L ankle tendonitis)
|DID YOU KNOW?|
- On Wednesday, Toronto surrendered a 3-1 lead against Houston to draw 3-3. On the bright side, it was TFC's second non-loss of the season.
- TFC head coach Paul Mariner was New England's assistant coach from 2004-08, during which the Revolution appeared in three consecutive MLS Cup finals.
- In 11 appearances, Revs rookie Kelyn Rowe has put 14 of his 19 shots on frame, good enough to lead the league in shot accuracy with 73.7 percent.
- New England has been poor on the road this season, going 1-6-0 with a -7 goal difference in games played outside of Gillette Stadium.
- New England's Saer Sene has been a revelation this season, scoring seven goals and adding two assists in 13 games.