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The Warm Up: #DALvNE

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A Fourth of July clash against FC Dallas awaits the aptly-named New England Revolution on Saturday at Toyota Stadium in Frisco, Tx. Kickoff is set for 9:00pm ET.

The Revolution enter Saturday's contest winless in nine of their last 10 league matches, and losers of their last three.

#TBT Vermes First Win

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While yesterday's game didn't turn out to be Sporting KC's Peter Vermes' 100th win in all competitions like I'd originally said, I thought this would be a good thing to look at in this week's Throw Back Thursday. With Vermes just one win away I thought we'd take a look at Vermes' first win as head coach of the then KC Wizards.

Soccer Morning (5.21.15) Andy Edwards

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Today's episode of Soccer Morning features guest Andy Edwards.

Jason kicks off today's show with NBC Pro Soccer Talk's Andy Edwards to look back at Sporting Kansas City's 4-2 midweek win against New England.

Listen to the episode above or here.

You can listen to Soccer Morning live via the World Soccer Talk LIVE page atwww.

Undermanned Sporting Quell the Revolution

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Sporting KC came from a goal down, and then ran over the New England Revolution on their way to a 4-2 win over their Eastern Conference opponent last night at Sporting Park. While Sporting was undermanned for the game due to injury, New England opted to rest a number of starters ahead of a big game this weekend against DC.

Match Day 11: Cross Conference Game with a Shortened Lineup

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After Saturday's game against Colorado was postponed, Sporting KC will try to get their eleventh game of the season in tomorrow night at Sporting Park against the New England Revolution. This will be the only meeting between the two teams this year after they met three times last year, with the Revolution winning all three, including a 3-2 win last year at Sporting Park as KC slumped down the stretch.

Portland Timbers

Episode 161 – Chilean Fingers

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Join the guys as they talk about DC United's "failed" run in the U.S. Open Cup, the upcoming CONCACAF Champions League and their current run in league play. The boys also give their mid-season player grades.

Filibuster podcast episode 132: Making up nonsense theories

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We talk about the tie against the New England Revolution and preview the upcoming two matches.

Another day, another Filibuster for your listening pleasure. Jason, Adam, and Ben are back to talk about D.C. United versus the New England Revolution and we start be spending too much time on how obvious the red cards were.

D.C. United

The Last Word on D.C. United 1-0 Chicago Fire: Squad Management Is a Thing

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In which we hopefully tell people to pump the brakes that top players can avoid a start and we can still field a team that does things.

D.C. United came off a win over the New England Revolution in the grueling heat and ahead of a game against a generally surging Toronto FC (?) squad, facing a Chicago Fire squad missing their top players, the challenge for Ben Olsen was to pick a squad that could not be a full bore starting one, but one strong enough to take at least one and hopefully all three points.

Filibuster podcast episode 136: The nerdery of the interstate highway system

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Over 80 minutes of soccer goodness!

It is an extra-long episode of Filibuster today, both because there is so much soccer to talk about and because Adam has abandoned us for fairer climes. Jason, Ben, and Leanne press onwards, opening the show talking about D.C. United's 3-1 victory over the Pittsburgh Riverhounds in the US Open Cup.

The Last Word on D.C. United 2-1 New England Revolution: A Road to Somewhere

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In which we look at the road ahead while looking just back at the road just left.

D.C. United was trying to find its form in the regular season with something they hadn't had in awhile (a losing streak), though a slightly nervy yet ultimately victorious match in U.S. Open Cup play midweek had to have buoyed them to some degree ahead of an aspiring New England Revolution team.

Another come from behind win for D.C. United in 'key game'

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Coming off two losses in MLS play, United pick up vital 3 points with 5 straight road games on the horizon

Only half way through the MLS season, D.C. United had themselves an important game on Sunday at RFK Stadium against the New England Revolution. With consecutive MLS games behind them, and four straight road MLS games ahead of them, all three points were a must for the team atop the Eastern Conference standings.

D.C. United 2-1 New England Revolution: Player Ratings

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We score, and hopefully not bore, or make anyone sore.

D.C. United was playing a New England Revolution squad that was rearing to go and close the game between them and the first place Black and Red. And they were well on their way to doing so, but to borrow from a book, Age and Guile beat Youth, Innocence and (in the case of New England) several bad haircuts, en route to a a come from behind win, 2-1 over the Revs.

D.C. United vs. New England Revolution MLS TV/streaming, previews, prediction, lineup and gamethread

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The stakes are high as the East's top two teams meet again at steamy RFK Stadium.

It's a hot day today, and D.C. United's games against the New England Revolution tend to be a bit hot as well. The stakes are high in this one: Both teams are looking to get themselves back onto better form, and a win for United would a) see the Black-and-Red go back atop the Supporters Shield race and b) open up a 7 point gap between the capital club and the rest of the Eastern Conference.

D.C. United versus New England Revolution staff and reader predictions

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Our predictions are all over the place this week.

The heat is a worry when D.C. United take on the New England Revolution. It is United's last home game in a month, so we hope that they can put on a good performance. Let us know what you think will happen in in the comments!

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After witnessing the Open Cup victory in Pittsburgh Wednesday night, I wonder if we've seen sort of a reboot of the offense that has sputtered the past couple games.

D.C. United vs. New England Revolution MLS live stream: Time, preview, and how to watch online

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In need of better results, the Black-and-Red will host a Revs team in a similar situation on national television this evening.

The top two sides in MLS's Eastern Conference face off today, with D.C. United hosting the New England Revolution. Despite their spots in the standings, neither team is in very good form at the moment.

Slumping DC hosts equally unimpressive Revolution

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The dog days of summer are upon DC and New England as United is coming off two straight league losses for the first time all year and the Revolution managed their first win in six weeks last weekend. However, while DC has not looked good in MLS play of late, they did manage a rousing [...]

MLS contenders at the halfway point

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With the 2015 MLS season nearing the halfway point, Jason Davis names his three contenders for MLS Cup. Read More

Counterrevolution: DC United & Sundry Soccer Links for 19 June 2015

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Previews of DC United's upcoming Cup and MLS games, plus MLS players speak out! (anonymously)

So I got what's going around. Don't lick this screen.

U.S. Open Cup Highlights - DCU vs Pittsburgh | New England Preview | D.C. United: Lindsay Simpson has the highlights from the 'Burgh and a preview of this weekend's game versus New England.

D.C. United vs. New England Revolution preview: Throwback Thursday - Branko Boskovic nearly saves us all

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One windy Maryland night in 2011, Branko Boskovic happened.

Monday Morning Game Changers Saw The Union Wilt And Pay The Penalty

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Every week we "Monday morning manage" the previous Philadelphia Union games, talking about the major points in the game that changed momentum, led to goals and won or lost the points for the Union. This week, we analyze D.C. United's revenge on the Union.

The Philadelphia Union were hoping to be on a three game win streak as they took on D.

D.C. United versus Portland Timbers lineup: Missing half the team

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With plenty of players being sent home, who will Ben Olsen put on the field in Portland?

D.C. United back their bags and fly from New England to Portand, facing off against the Timbers on Wednesday night for a little #dcuafterdark action. And all of that is before United has to fly back to the District to take on the Philadelphia Union on Saturday, for a total flying distance of over 5000 miles in about a week.

The Last Word on D.C. United 1-1 New England Revolution: Getting Water from a Rock

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In which we wonder what is expected from depth, and what everyone else expects at this point.

Heading into Saturday night's match-up between the first and second place teams in the Eastern Conference, D.C. United was looking to rebound following a subpar effort against the Philadelphia Union, while the New England Revolution wanted to gain ground despite a midweek loss to Sporting Kansas City.

MLS Week 12: Draw at the top of the Eastern Conference

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Week 12 of the 2015 MLS season saw New England and DC United draw in the East and Chris Wondolowski score his 100th goal. Read More

D.C. United vs. New England Revolution MLS live stream: Time, TV schedule, and how to watch online

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Our preview of the biggest game in MLS this weekend.

The top two teams in the Eastern Conference meet tonight, as D.C. United travels north to take on the New England Revolution. Never mind Jason Kreis's return to Utah, or the other Atlantic coast battle between the Red Bulls and Union; this is the premier matchup in MLS this weekend.

Opposition 11: Who will start for the New England Revolution on short rest against D.C. United?

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Normally teams in the spot the Revs are are tough to predict, but Jay Heaps rested enough players mid-week that his lineup tonight will be more or less straightforward.

Plenty of D.C. United fans have been dreading the next few days all season. It's not out of particular fear of the New England Revolution - strong team though they are - or the Portland Timbers.

DC hoping to fend off the Revolution

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It's a top of the table clash as the two top teams in the East battle in Foxboro tomorrow night with DC looking to shake off a bad loss to Philly and keep themselves ahead of the Revolution in the standings. Ironically, the two longest unbeaten streaks in MLS this season were both snapped this [...]

D.C. United vs. New England Revolution preview - Throwback Thursday - How this weekend is so very similar to a 2007 trip to Foxboro

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2007 was a long time ago in MLS terms, but an August D.C. United visit to the New England Revolution that year has a lot of parallels to this weekend's Black-and-Red roadtrip.

D.C. United versus New England Revolution lineup: Back to injury problems

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D.C. United is back to dealing with injuries as the face the New England Revolution.

After losing last Sunday to the Philadelphia Union, D.C. United looks to rebound this Saturday when they take on the New England Revolution. The Revolution have a midweek match against Sporting Kansas City, and so Jay Heaps will have to make some hard choices for each of these two games.

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Monday Freedom Kicks: Agents of (Supporter's) S.H.I.E.L.D.

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Recaps, goalie headers, and Ben's Chili Bowl at Buzzard Point. That last part is hopeful.

Quick shout to the 17,200 that braved that heat at RFK yesterday. You looked and sounded the part. Don't be strangers, K?

Recaps of D.C. United's come from behind win over the New England Revolution from us, MLS, The Washington Post and CSN Washington.

United ends two-game slide with 2-1 win over the Revolution

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Chris Rolfe (18) scored a pair of goals in the second half to lead D.C. United to an important 2-1 win over the New England Revolution at steamy RFK Stadium and extend their lead in the Eastern Conference to seven points. Photo: Martin Fernandez.

Team News

Portland Timbers player evaluations vs. New England Revolution

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We have complete player evaluations from the Portland Timbers' 2 to 0 win over the New England Revolution back on June 6 at Providence Park, including marks for every player that appeared, the coaches, officiating and the opponent.

Energetic effort and Adi brace lead Portland Timbers to victory over New England Revolution

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The Portland Timbers were not only hoping to continue their impressive momentum from recent wins, but to accomplish a three match winning streak, something that had never been done in the team's MLS history. Matching up against a New England side that wasn't playing tentatively, the Timbers used solid defense, great player movement and a Fanendo Adi brace to earn a hard fought 2 to 0 victory over the Revolution.

What I'm watching for in Portland Timbers match versus New England

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The Portland Timbers have shown great fire in their past two matches, and that complete team effort has pushed them to a two match winning streak, matching their longest overall winning streak ever since they joined MLS. They get a challenge with a visit from the New England Revolution, but despite that and some other questions about their club, they've got a very good chance to extend this mark if they can put together a performance where everyone contributes.

Major League Soccer

Sons of Ben Movie premieres tonight

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Film chronicling the Sons of Ben and Philadelphia Union makes its theater debut tonight at the Trocadero in Philadelphia

The story of the Philadelphia Union's founding often gets compared to a Hollywood story. The city was ignored by Major League Soccer until a grassroots group went and made enough noise to get the team here.

MLS Week 10: Point for Orlando City

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MLS saw a lot of quality across the Week 10 schedule and it started with Orlando City drawing New England at the Citrus Bowl. Read More

The Rest

Opposition 11: Who will the New England Revolution start against D.C. United?

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Midweek games normally complicate things, but the Open Cup actually leaves the Revs with little flexibility in picking a lineup to face United.

Things haven't been going that well for the New England Revolution lately, and this may be a pretty good time for D.C. United to be hosting them. Yes, the Revs won their last league match, but they hadn't won the previous six; said win came over the bottom-of-the-table Chicago Fire.

Fagundez Wonderstrike Helps Revs End Winless Streak

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On the night he became the youngest player in MLS history to make 100 regular-season appearance, New England Revolution home-grown star Diego Fagundez scored a Goal of the Year candidate and then added an assist as the Revolution ended a six-game winless run with a 2-0 victory over the Chicago Fire.

United salvages a point against undiscplined Revolution; remain top of the East

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New England Rev 1 Toronto FC 1 - A big step to gain a single point

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Why does a draw against New England feel better than a victory over Montreal? TFC had the potential with any loss to stumble in the standings. Instead gaining a point against the Revs and now a week's rest gives them an opportunity to treat the next home game (vs Portland) as a fresh start...

It was a big step to get a point from New England.