The New England Revolution are looking to make it three consecutive wins, but it will be a difficult task against a Philadelphia Union side that has lost just once in their last nine games when the Eastern Conference foes meet again Monday night at Gillette Stadium.
The Revs (7W-4L-7D) are coming off back-to-back road wins, including 3-2 over the Montreal Impact at Red Bull Arena, while the Union (10W-3L-5D) rallied to tie D.C. United 2-2 to clinch a berth in the 2020 Audi MLS Cup Playoffs.
This is the fourth meeting this season, with the Union claiming a 2-1 victory at Subaru Park on Sept. 12 with Anthony Fontana scoring the brace, including the stoppage time winner. The teams played to a pair of draws, including 0-0 at Gillette Stadium on August 20. The Union beat the Revs 1-0 in the Round of 16 of the MLS is Back Tournament.