MLS Action at Gillette Stadium – New England Revolution face Montréal

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Revs at home against MON – Sunday – 2:30am GMT – Gillette Stadium.

MON currently sit in second place as they travel to ninth placed Revs.

New England Revolution have so far accrued 38 points in this season of the MLS

With Revs having secured all three points on their two previous outings, Bruce Arena’s men will doubtless be looking to retain their run after this fixture.

Also, Bruce Arena’s Revs have lost four of their last six games this season. They currently stand ninth in the League, with 38 points for a total of 0 wins, 0 losses and 0 draws.

When Revs host MON, they will do so on the back of six wins, six darts, and three defeats on their own ground.

New England Revolution will have 41 points if they manage to secure a victory.

Montréal go into this fixture with 56 points secured

With a win in their previous game, (3-2) against Chicago Fire, MON will likely be in a positive frame of mind.

Also, MON keep finding ways to win, having secured 11 victories in their last 18 fixtures is astonishing this season. With 56 points (0W, 0L and 0D), they are established in second position in the League.

MON’s away record is remarkable and poses a significant threat to Revs. In the 15 games they’ve played on the road this season, they have so far won nine matches, drawn two meetings, and lost four fixtures.

A victory for Montréal would put them on 59 points.

New England Revolution v Montréal – Head-to-Head.

Regarding their historical duels both teams have previously faced each other 29 times with the record being 15 victories and two draws for Revs. Further, MON are unbeaten in their eight of the last 12 games played against Revs. Their most recent encounter in this competition New England Revolution secured a 4-0 home win.