The New England Revolution haven't lost at home in MLS play since last summer. Coming off a bye week, Brad Friedel's club faces a stiff test.
New England will try to extend an unbeaten streak and deal New York City FC its first loss of the season on Saturday.
The Revolution haven't played since topping the Colorado Rapids, 2-1, on March 10 in Foxborough, Mass. Diego Fagundez scored and Chris Tierney collected the game-winner deep in second-half stoppage time to give Friedel, a rookie coach, his first league win.
New England (1-1-0) owns a nine-game unbeaten streak, including eight victories, in league play since falling to the New York Red Bulls last July 5.
"Energy is still really good," Friedel said. "Whenever you get a victory under your belt, it's always easier to be in a good mood." << Read more
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