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The New England Revolution remain home for a second consecutive match having not won in three matches, the goal in a 1-1 draw last weekend against the MetroStars their first in three matches. The Revolution have won just once on the campaign, but they entertain a D.C. United side that hasn't had much success this season either. United has won just once in eight matches after a season-opening victory, losing twice last week against the Los Angeles Galaxy and Colorado Rapids.
REFEREE: Kevin Terry. SAR (bench): Greg Barkey; JAR (opposite): George Gansner; 4th: Gus St. Silva
MLS Career: 90 games; FC/gm: 30.4; Y/gm: 2.8; R: 32; pens: 38
Games involving Revolution: P15 W4 L9 T2; FC/gm: 31.9; Y/gm: 2.7; R: 8; pens: 11
Games involving MetroStars: P8 W3 L4 T1; FC/gm: 31.1; Y/gm: 2.3; R: 2; pens: 3
INJURY REPORT: NEW ENGLAND REVOLUTION - OUT: DF Carlos Llamosa (L knee sprain); FW Joe-Max Moore (R knee sprain); DF Rusty Pierce (R quadriceps contusion); PROBABLE: GK Adin Brown (R groin strain); DF Marshall Leonard (L hamstring strain) ... D.C. UNITED - OUT: FW Santino Quaranta (adductor surgery); FW Thiago Martins (L ACL surgery); QUESTIONABLE: FW Eliseo Quintanilla (R fibula fracture); PROBABLE: MD Bobby Convey (L hamstring strain); MD Ben Olsen (R quadriceps strain)
INTERNATIONAL ABSENCES: DC: Ryan Nelsen (New Zealand; Oceania Nations Cup)
YELLOW PERIL: NE: Clint Dempsey (8 CP in 2 gms) ... DC: Alecko Eskandarian (10 CP in 2 gms)
ALL-TIME (32 meetings): Revolution 13 wins (3 shootout), 42 goals ... United 18 wins (4 shootout), 50 goals ... 1 draw
IN FOXBOROUGH: Revolution 9 wins (2 shootout), 20 goals ... United 7 wins (2 shootout), 17 goals ... 0 draws
NEW ENGLAND REVOLUTION
The New England Revolution saw their winless streak extend to three matches, dropping into last place in the Eastern Conference after a 1-1 home draw with the MetroStars on Saturday afternoon. The Revolution now have six points from seven matches, two points behind the Columbus Crew and four points out of first place in the division.
D.C. United lost for the second time in a week, falling 2-1 on the road to the Colorado Rapids on Saturday night after a 4-2 loss to the Los Angeles Galaxy at midweek. Still, United remains in third place in the Eastern Conference, just one point out of the first-place tie between the MetroStars and Chicago Fire.