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New England Revolution vs. Philadelphia Union Pick & Prediction NOV 24TH 2020

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The Philadelphia Union will be looking for their second ever playoff win when they host the New England Revolution on Tuesday night.

The top-seeded Union expect to have stellar goalkeeper Andre Blake in the lineup. Blake missed the last two regular season games with a fractured right hand, sustained Oct. 28. He had stitches removed from his hand last Tuesday.

"Andre has trained fully the last three days and passed every test so far," Union coach Jim Curtin said of Blake, the league's goalkeeper of the year. "He's ready to go."

New England, seeded eighth in the Eastern Conference, won its play-in game with a scintillating 2-1 victory over the Montreal Impact.

Despite winning the Supporters Shield for the first time since the franchise made its debut in 2010, the Union realize how difficult it will be to advance in the postseason.

"You've seen chaos," Curtin said of the playoff games throughout the league. "Let's call it what it is."

The Union won all nine of their home games this season and went 4-0-1 against the Revolution. This will be the sixth meeting between these two clubs this season, as schedules were rearranged to be more regional during the pandemic.

"We still don't want to get caught up reading the headlines, because there's still a lot of work to do," Curtin said. "We've set ourselves up and worked so hard to get home-field advantage throughout the playoffs."

The Revolution pulled out a one-goal win over the Impact with goals by Carles Gil and Gustavo Bou. In fact, Bou's goal in stoppage time gave the Revolution their first playoff win since 2014.

New England, which has now advanced to the playoffs in back-to-back years, will look to advance again.

Gil has rebounded quickly from surgery on his left Achilles tendon in August, and he looked as good as ever in the win over the Impact.

"I needed training," Gil said, alluding to his return on Oct. 24, less than three months following the surgery on the partially torn tendon. "This season, because of COVID, it's been the way it has been, it's been a lot of games at times. I wasn't able to train, I had to play games right away, so I had to gain some rhythm. I feel like I'm at 100 percent again."

Coach Bruce Arena said Gil's progress has been excellent and that he's just about all the way back.

"He had a goal, he obviously can help control the tempo of the game. His passing at times is outstanding," Arena said. "Really good game and obviously the more he continues to play, he's only going to get better because he's basically been out most of the year. So we could see every game there's been a progression."

--Field Level Media

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New England Revolution

Philadelphia Union

Player Position Lineup
Matt Turner Starter
DeJuan Jones Starter
Henry Kessler Starter
Andrew Farrell Starter
Tajon Buchanan Starter
Carles Gil Starter
Gustavo Bou Starter
Matt Polster Starter
Scott Caldwell Starter
Adam Buksa Starter
Teal Bunbury Starter
Kelyn Rowe Substitution
Lee Nguyen Substitution
Seth Sinovic Substitution
Antonio Mlinar Delamea Substitution
Justin Rennicks Substitution
Kekuta Manneh Substitution
Thomas McNamara Substitution
Michael Mancienne Substitution
Brad Knighton Substitution
Player Position Lineup
Kai Wagner Starter
Mark McKenzie Starter
Jakob Glesnes Starter
Raymon Gaddis Starter
Brenden Aaronson Starter
Jamiro Alvarenga Starter
Jose Andres Martinez Starter
Alejandro Bedoya Starter
Sergio Santos Starter
Kacper Przybylko Starter
Andre Blake Starter
Aurelien Collin Substitution
Matt Freese Substitution
Warren Creavalle Substitution
Ilsinho Substitution
Jack Elliott Substitution
Matthew Real Substitution
Cory Burke Substitution
Andrew Wooten Substitution
Anthony Fontana Substitution

New England Revolution

Philadelphia Union

  • Match Start
  • Period 1
  • MIN 26
    • GOAL
    • scorer: Adam Buksa
  • MIN 30
    • GOAL
    • scorer: Tajon Buchanan
  • MIN 36
    Kacper Przybylko
    card
  • Period 2
  • MIN 46
    IN: Ilsinho
    OUT: Jose Andres Martinez
    substitution
  • MIN 62
    IN: Jack Elliott
    OUT: Brenden Aaronson
    substitution
  • MIN 62
    IN: Cory Burke
    OUT: Sergio Santos
    substitution
  • MIN 66
    IN: Kelyn Rowe
    OUT: Teal Bunbury
    substitution
  • MIN 73
    Kai Wagner
    card
  • MIN 76
    IN: Anthony Fontana
    OUT: Raymon Gaddis
    substitution
  • MIN 78
    IN: Thomas McNamara
    OUT: Gustavo Bou
    substitution
  • MIN 88
    Matt Polster
    card
  • MIN 89
    IN: Justin Rennicks
    OUT: Adam Buksa
    substitution
  • MIN 89
    IN: Michael Mancienne
    OUT: Carles Gil
    substitution
  • Match End

GAMES

Last 10

W 56% L 44%
5 4
  • @Columbus Crew SC L 0 - 1
  • @Orlando City SC W 3 - 1
  • @Philadelphia Union W 2 - 0
  • Montreal Impact W 1 - 2
  • @Philadelphia Union L 0 - 2
  • D.C. United W 3 - 4
  • @New York Red Bulls L 0 - 1
  • @Nashville SC D 1 - 1
  • Philadelphia Union L 2 - 1
  • @Montreal Impact W 3 - 2
W 67% L 33%
6 3
  • New England Revolution L 2 - 0
  • New England Revolution W 0 - 2
  • @Columbus Crew SC L 1 - 2
  • Chicago Fire W 1 - 2
  • Toronto FC W 0 - 5
  • @New England Revolution W 2 - 1
  • @D.C. United D 2 - 2
  • Montreal Impact W 1 - 2
  • FC Cincinnati W 0 - 3
  • @Toronto FC L 1 - 2

Last Meetings

  • New England Revolution @ Philadelphia Union 2-0
  • New England Revolution @ Philadelphia Union 0-2
  • Philadelphia Union @ New England Revolution 2-1
  • New England Revolution @ Philadelphia Union 1-2
  • Philadelphia Union @ New England Revolution 0-0
  • New England Revolution @ Philadelphia Union 0-1
  • Philadelphia Union @ New England Revolution 1-1
  • New England Revolution @ Philadelphia Union 1-6
  • New England Revolution @ Philadelphia Union 0-1
  • Philadelphia Union @ New England Revolution 3-2

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