New England Revolution vs DC United Match Info
Match date: 26thMay 2019
Kick-Off: 12.30 am
Stadium: Gillette Stadium, Foxborough.
New England Revolution vs DC United Head to Head Record
Last 3 meetings:
20 Aug 2018 DC United 2 – 0 New England
1 Jul 2018 New England 3 – 2 DC United
27 Aug 2017 DC United 1 – 0 New England
Matches played: 63
New England Revolution wins: 24
DC United wins: 27
New England Revolution vs DC United Stats
- New England have bagged just one win in their last six league outings
- DC United suffered a narrow loss at Houston Dynamo (2-1) despite Rooney’s opener last week
- Revs haven’t suffered a home loss to DC United since 2012
New England Revolution vs DC United Match Preview
DC United sit behind Philadelphia Union on goal difference only and while the Eastern Conference pace-setters have a game in hand, Ben Olsen’s men will look to challenge them as soon as this weekend taking on New England Revolution on Sunday.
Black-and-Reds have seen a narrow 2-1 loss at Houston Dynamo last week, as Wayne Rooney’s opener proved nothing but consolation in the end and they saw a three-match unbeaten streak – where they beat Columbus (3-1), Sporting KC (1-0) and held Toronto to a goalless draw – ended.
New England will now want to add to the trouble at Gillette Stadium but can boast no high team spirits of their own lately, as they come on the back of a goalless draw at Montreal Impact and a streak where they bagged just one win in six outings. Bruce Arena’s men now desperately need a pick-me-up but the Sunday’s task will be a hard one.
Revs have thus beaten SJ Earthquakes (3-1) last time out in front of the home fans but also saw losses to Montreal Impact (0-3), Philadelphia (6-0), Chicago Fire (5-0), as well as draws against Sporting KC (4-4) and Montreal Impact (0-0) along the way.
It’s thus hard to see them overcoming DC United at this point and we’ll now stick with the visitors to take anything from the fixture, as we go for an enticing Double Chance – Draw or Away win which feels the best approach to the fixture at 7/10 with bet365.
We have seen both sides scoring and conceding lately and we thus feel we should be in for goals now as well, which also has us going for a Yes on Both teams to score at 4/6 with William Hill as it shapes to be more of a banker bet at the moment.
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