New England Revolution vs. New York Red Bulls: Porter Aims to Capitalize on Recent Victory to Break Losing Streak

New England is primed to amplify their triumph over Nashville SC when they clash with the New York Red Bulls. The latter squad has recently found little success in away games.

Caleb Porter, steering the New England Revolution, sees the prior victory as a catalyst to reverse their season’s fortunes in the approaching skirmish with the Red Bulls.

Prior to their conquest in Nashville, the Revs had a solitary win in seven MLS bouts.

Despite dwelling at the Eastern Conference’s nadir, Porter’s chief goal is achieving stability, though he fears international duties could disrupt this.

“Our plan hinges on maintaining as much continuity as we can because it aids our systematic understanding,” Porter mentioned in a Blazing Musket substack.

“Predictability will wane, focusing this game on who outperforms whom,” he further stated at a press conference.

Conversely, Sandro Schwarz’s Red Bulls have excelled in recent home matches. Despite this, struggles persist on the road, a pattern Schwarz intends to break.

“Our preparation remains unchanged, even amidst international obligations. We aim for the next set of points,” Schwarz declared.


New England – Carles Gil

In Nashville, Gil netted his sixth long-range goal since last season. He trails only Thiago Almada in this statistic.

New York RB – John Tolkin

Tolkin recently hit his third direct free-kick goal for the Red Bulls, a club-best since 2010.


Historically, New England boasts a strong home record against the Red Bulls. Yet, their recent trio of home defeats heralds a challenging match ahead.

Following a recent victory over Orlando, the Red Bulls are on a quest to match their mid-season points record set in 2018.


New England – 29.5%

Draw – 24.7%

New York RB – 45.7%

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