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Revolution II Game Preview: New England vs. Chattanooga Red Wolves SC

September 8, 2020 - United Soccer League One (USL1) - New England Revolution II News Release

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. - New England Revolution II (1-4-2, 5 pts.) will play the second match of its two-game homestand on Wednesday night, hosting Chattanooga Red Wolves SC. The contest kicks off at 7:00 p.m. ET and is available nationally on ESPN+, and internationally on YouTube.

The two teams are meeting for the second time in 11 days, with Chattanooga winning the first meeting, 4-0, at CHI Memorial Stadium on Aug. 29. Revolution II most recently took on Forward Madison FC last Friday, falling 4-0 at Gillette Stadium. Revolution Academy forward Michael Tsicoulias became the 18th player to make his professional debut this season, starting and playing 68 minutes at striker last Friday. So far, 11 current or former Revolution Academy players have made their pro debuts at the USL League One level this season.

"Chattanooga is a team, at least from what we've seen, that has a way of playing and we believe they'll stick with that," said Revolution II Head Coach Clint Peay. "And for us, it's about being better with the ball, being better defensively as a group, reading the play better, and not making silly mistakes."

Chattanooga is coming off a 1-1 draw on the road at Fort Lauderdale CF last Saturday. Midfielder Ualefi factored in the goal for Chattanooga while the Red Wolves outshot the hosts 8-2 for the night. In four road games this season, Red Wolves SC is 0-1-3 with six goals allowed and a minus-one goal differential.

Match #8: Revolution II vs. Chattanooga Red Wolves SC

Date: Wednesday, September 9, 2020

Kickoff: 7:00 p.m. ET

Location: Gillette Stadium (Foxborough, Mass.)

BROADCAST INFORMATION

Streaming: ESPN+ (National) / YouTube (International)

Talent: Chris Mackowiak (play-by-play)

WHAT TO WATCH FOR against Chattanooga Red Wolves SC:

- Several Revolution first-team players continuing to see action in League One play, including Damian Rivera, Nicolas Firmino, and Collin Verfurth.

- Goalkeeper Joe Rice building on his third six-save performance of the season on Friday, propelling him into the league lead in saves with 25 on the year.

- Academy defender Colby Quinones continuing to lead all youth players in minutes, having logged 344 so far.


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