Philadelphia Union know their opponent for Tuesday night and once again it’ll be the New England Revolution. The two sides will face off for the sixth time this season on Tuesday, November 24 at 8 p.m. ET on ESPN.
In case you need a quick refresh on the Revs and Union’s growing 2020 rivalry here are some quick facts.
- The Union have picked up ten of twelve possible points against the Revs in their four regular season matchups. Their fifth matchup was in the elimination round of the MLS is Back Tournament and the Union defeated the Revs bringing overall series overall record to 4-0-1 in the Union’s favor.
- Teal Bunbury is the Rev’s leading scorer in the regular season with eight goals.
- New England finished the season in eighth place in the East with a 8-7-8 record and 32 points.
- Matt Turner was runner-up for Goalkeeper of the Year finishing behind Andre Blake.
- 2019 Newcomer of the Year Caries Gil missed a large portion of 2020 after suffering an achilles injury in the MLS is Back Tournament making his return back on October 24.
- The Revs are more successful on the road than at home with a 2-3-5 record compared to 5-4-1.
- The Revs have allowed 25 goals and scored 26 giving them goal differential of +1. The Union have goal differential of +24.
- Head Coach Bruce Arena has the most wins by a coach in MLS playoff history with 33 and has coached the most MLS playoff games with 51.