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New England Revolution and Minnesota United: Prediction
While New England Revolution have won seven matches, four were draws. While they are getting points, the team is unable convert draws into wins.
They have a good record in the MLS against Minnesota United. New England has won two of the three previous meetings. The last meeting was back in 2019, and the home side edged out a 2-1 win.
How it Went Last Time
Jalil Anibaba handed Revolution the lead in the 10th minute before Darwin Quintero leveled things up from the spot midway through the first half. Brandon Bye’s goal was the only one of the second period, which saw the home team win with all three points.
Brad Friedel’s team dominated proceedings and had more goals on target. They deserved to win. They took the lead at halftime and continued to attack until the end. Minnesota was not afforded many chances. They were limited to one goal in the second period. Even though they were behind, the away team did not create any big chances.
Minnesota’s only win in the league over New England was in July 2018, in a home game. Thanks to the goals of Darwin Quintero and Christian Ramirez, they were up 2-0 in the first period. Although they conceded the first half spot, they managed to maintain their lead throughout the match and win all three points. They Have Made A Great Comeback in The League
New England Revolution. This was one of the most disappointing starts to this league. They have recovered from losing four of six games but lost the remaining five. They now sit 12th in the league table with 20 points from their 15 games.
After starting the season against Portland Timbers with a draw, they defeated FC Dallas in week 2. They lost their four remaining matches against Charlotte FC, New York Red Bulls and Inter Miami to end the losing streak. Mid-April, they defeated Charlotte FC but lost the next match against FC Dallas.
But the Texas loss proved to be a turning point for their season. The team is now enjoying a strong run, with no losses in seven of their league matches. To start their run, they defeated Inter Miami and then drew against Columbus Crew.
Draws Galore Atlanta United held them to a draw of 2-2. New England led the game, but then New England took control with Adam Buksa’s brace. The home team was able to hold the ball well, but they were unable to keep it in their hands. They managed to maintain the score at one point and won.
New England was able to win against FC Cincinnati, securing a 3-2 victory. Sebastian Lletget handed them the lead early in the game, but Brandon Vazquez equalized for Cincinnati in the 26th minute. With a goal towards the end, Adam Buksa made sure they had the lead going into the second half. Alvaro Barreal’s goal early in the second half leveled things up once again, and New England needed Tommy McNamara to score in the 89th minute to get the win.
Consistent but Not Winning Their last three matches were up-and down again as they’ve drawn twice and won once. They were also held at home by Philadelphia and Orlando City. However, they won a 2-1 victory at Sporting Kansas City thanks again to a late goal. Emmanuel Boateng got on the scoresheet in the 87th minute, and 10-men Sporting could not muster a comeback in the final minutes.
Injuries and Suspensions No players have been ruled out.
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Minnesota United’s Inconsistency Has Cost Them A Lot Of Points
Minnesota United are 17th in the league table right now after a poor start to the season. They have scored just 15 goals in their 14 matches and won only five times.
Minnesota had a good start to the season, with their first four matches winning and drawing two each. However, they lost two of the subsequent two. Although they managed to rebound with victories over Colorado Rapids FC and Chicago Fire, Los Angeles FC proved to be a tough opponent. Minnesota United has been very poor in their five previous matches. The team has lost three times and only won once in their last five matches. However, it was an unexpected win against FC Dallas.
FC Cincinnati scored a goal via Brandon Vazquez in the 93rd minute to steal all three points from their visit to Minnesota. As they controlled the game, and had more chances to score points, the home team lost 1-0. They were unable to match their accuracy and managed to win.
Robin Lod gave Minnesota the lead against the Seattle Sounders in the first period, but they couldn’t hold it. The home team won the match with three goals in the second period, thanks to Nicolas Lodeiro, Cristian Ruidiaz and Raul Ruidiaz.
LA Galaxy has not been at its best in recent times, as was evident during the match against Minnesota. The game was ended at 1-1 after both sides failed to take advantage of their opportunities. Adrian Heath’s team finally won against FC Dallas, ending their streak of winless games. Texas was flying high when Minnesota shocked them by winning 2-1 with goals scored by Robin Lod (D.J.) Taylor.
No change in Fortune They lost their next match 1-0 to New York City FC. Alexander Callens scored the lone goal of the match in the 29th minute and the reigning champions gave them no real chance of making a comeback.
They were also eliminated from the US Open Cup last week. Minnesota was eliminated from the US Open Cup after beating Forward Madison FC, Colorado Rapids and Union Omaha SC in previous rounds.
Minnesota United won a friendly against Paderborn to win the international friendly.
Injuries and Suspensions
Niko Hanen, Romain Metsire, Luis Amarilla and Patrick Weah are all ruled out.
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How to Watch New England Revolution vs Minnesota United
New England Revolution vs Minnesota United Information Teams New England Revolution vs Minnesota United Location Gillette Stadium Time Sunday, June 19 at 5pm EST How to watch MLS LIVE on ESPN+, MLS LIVE on DAZN, TV38 & MyRITV, Bally Sports North App, The CW – Twin Cities