New England Revolution vs. LAFC | 2019 MLS Match Preview

2019 MLS Regular Season Week 22
New England Revolution vs. LAFC
Gillette Stadium - Foxborough
August 3 - 7:30 PM ET


The New England Revolution put their 11-match unbeaten run on the line when they host Supporters' Shield-leading LAFC Saturday at Gillette Stadium.

The Revs (9-8-6) moved above the playoff line in the Eastern Conference with a 4-1 victory over Orlando City SC last Saturday in Foxborough. The hosts struck early in each half through Gustavo Bou and Cristian Penilla. Carles Gil made it 3-0 on the hour mark before Diego Fagundez extended the lead to four goals in the 75th minute. 

After an early deficit, LAFC (15-3-4) roared to score four times in a 12-minute span en route to a 4-3 win over Atlanta United last Friday at Banc of California Stadium. The hosts responded to Mo Adams' first MLS goal with an avalanche started by Adama Diomande's 33rd-minute equalizer. Diego Rossi, Carlos Vela and Eduard Atuesta followed in quick succession before Josef Martinez struck in first-half stoppage time. An own goal by Eddie Segura in the 51st minute made things a little too close for comfort, but LAFC held on for their fourth win in the last five games.

New England
New England vs. LAFC

Saturday, August 3 at 7:30 PM ET
Gillette Stadium


New England Revolution

Project Starting XI
  • Injury Report:
    • OUT: DeJuan Jones (M) - right leg injury
  • Suspended: None
  • Suspended after next caution: Juan Agudelo (F), Carles Gil (M), Andrew Farrell (D)
  • International duty:  None

Los Angeles Football Club

Project Starting XI
  • Injury Report:
    • OUT: Javier Perez (M) - left ACL tear
    • OUT: Mohamed El-Munir (D) - Zygomatic Arch fracture
    • QUESTIONABLE: Pablo Sisniega (GK) - right shoulder sprain
    • QUESTIONABLE: Alejandro Guido (M) - right quad strain
  • Suspended: None
  • Suspended after next caution:  Mark-Anthony Kaye (M), Walker Zimmerman (D)
  • International duty:  None

Series Matchup at Revolution

  • This is the first all-time meeting between the Revolution and LAFC at Gillette Stadium. The teams played to a 1-1 draw at Banc of California Stadium last year.


  • Referee: Rubiel Vazquez
  • Assistant Referees: Andrew Bigelow, Jeremy Kieso
  • 4th Official: Yusri Rudolf
  • VAR: Geoff Gamble