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Know Your Opponent: New England Revolution

November 26, 2020 - Major League Soccer (MLS) - Orlando City SC News Release


The Lions' MLS Cup Playoffs run continues. Up next, the New England Revolution come to Exploria Stadium on Sunday at 3:00 pm ET on ABC and ESPN Deportes for the Eastern Conference Semifinals. Here is what you need to know about Sunday's opponents:

Key Transactions and Player News

Key Additions: Alex Buttner (11/1/19 - free), Adam Buksa (12/20/19 - transfer from Pogon Szczecin), Henry Kessler (1/9/20 - SuperDraft), and Lee Nguyen (9/8/20 - trade from Miami).

Key Departures: Jalil Anibaba (11/19/19 - Expansion Draft), Juan Agudelo (11/21/19 - option declined) and Edgar Castillo (11/21/19 - option declined).

The injury report: Luis Caicedo (right knee surgery, out for season) and Cristian Penilla (left foot surgery 10/21, out 2-3 months) are listed as out.

Take a look at New England's full roster here.

Team Form

The Revolution opened their MLS Cup Playoffs by topping Montreal 2-1 in the play-in round and following that with a 2-0 win over the MLS Supporters Shield winners Philadelphia Union. New England finished the regular season with a 1-3-1 record in their final five matches.

Head-to-Head

City and New England have yet to meet in 2020 in all competitions. The two sides met three times in 2019 splitting the series with a draw and a win apiece. The Lions took a 2-1 win in June and followed that with a 3-3 draw at Exploria Stadium in September.

Rasmussen College Fact

The match on Sunday will be a limited capacity sell out at Exploria Stadium.


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