Vancouver Whitecaps Vs NE Revolution Prediction, Picks, Odds

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Vancouver Whitecaps vs NE Revolution Prediction

The last time the Vancouver Whitecaps took on the New England Revolution in the league was back in 2019.

Although the two teams have changed over the years, the outcome is likely to stay the same. New England defeated the Whitecaps 4-0 with one of the best MLS matches.

Gustavo Bou and Teal Bunbury all scored as New England won comfortably.

While the final score clearly indicates that the match was close, the statistics show how dominant the home side performed. New England took 33 shots at goal, while their opponents managed just six. Of those shots, the home side had 12 on target, while the away side managed none.

Whitecaps have recent history on their side

New England finished that season in 14th spot with 11 wins from their 34 matches. They collected 45 points and finished 3 points behind 12th placed New York Red Bulls and 13th placed FC Dallas.

On the contrary, Vancouver Whitecaps finished second from the bottom in their worst season. They had managed just 8 wins in their 34 matches, with 16 defeats. The last time these two sides clashed was in a club-friendly in 2020, and the Whitecaps managed to get the win. The Canadian team won 2-0 with goals from Ali Adnan, Lucas Cavallini and Lucas Cavallini in the second period.

Vancouver Whitecaps are Getting into the Groove.

Vancouver Whitecaps have had a slow start to this season, but they’re slowly improving. Canadian team lost six matches in their first eight, but now they are on the right track to recovering. The Canadian side lost 4-0 against Columbus Crew, and then they drew with New York City FC 0-0. The loss was followed by consecutive losses to Houston Dynamo (and Los Angeles FC)

They finally won their first season-opening win against Sporting Kansas City. Ryan Raposo was the only goal in the match, but the Whitecaps held firm to earn their third point of the season.

The win was a spurt, but they were unable to sustain it as they have lost three consecutive matches. The losing streak was ended by Portland Timbers FC, CF Montreal and Austin FC. Toronto FC won the match. Whitecaps have made a turnaround in the last seven matches. In those seven matches, they have won four and lost only twice.

Change of fortunes

Whitecaps played San Jose Earthquakes after their win over Toronto and were tied 3-3. They needed a 90th-minute goal from Erik Godoy to seal the win after Lucas Cavallini had given them the lead early in the second half.

Lucas Cavallini, who scored the crucial penalty against FC Dallas in injury time was the hero of the game. Paul Arriola gave Texas a lead at halftime, but Brian White scored for Whitecaps in the second. Cavallini scored a penalty in injury-time, which was their only goal. They won 2-1.

They lost 2-1 against Charlotte FC. Tosaint Richards took the lead for them in the second minute, but Daniel Rios and Andre Shinyashiki scored for Charlotte FC to give them victory.

A winning habit

Lucas Cavallini continued his fine form in the second match, scoring a goal in each half to defeat Sporting Kansas City. He scored again from the spot and this time it was the winner. Ryan Gauld won the award. Late wins became a WHitecaps tradition. He converted from the spot in the 93rd minute to hand the Canadian side a 2-1 win over Real Salt Lake. Whitecaps were dealt a harsh reality by

Seattle Sounders, who hammered them 4-0 the following week. The Vancouver team bounced back and beat FC Dallas by 2-0.

Injuries, suspensions

Thomas Hasal, and Cristian Gutierrez have been ruled out.

New England Revolution Have A Great Run and Need To Continue It

After a brief pre-season that saw only two matches, New England was ready to kick off the new season. The team drew the first match with Portland Timbers, but they beat FC Dallas the following week.

Carles Il scored the only goal in the game, which was sufficient to earn them three points.

Their participation in CONCACAF Champions League was a distraction, as they lost their four remaining matches. They were defeated by Inter Miami, Charlotte FC and New York Red Bulls before New England ended their winless streak.

They beat Charlotte FC in reverse fixture to exact their revenge. The home team won 2-1 with Matt Polster and Adam Buksa scoring for them. They managed to keep their advantage despite a late challenge from the away team. They lost again despite the victory. DC United beat them in Washington 3-2 despite DC United dominating the ball.

They bounced back after the defeat with a win of 2-0 over Inter Miami. This was another team they took their revenge. The goals were scored by Adam Buksa and Damian Rivera in the 2-0 victory. They lost 2-2 to Columbus Crew, Atalanta United.

Turning it around

New England has managed to come together in the five remaining matches. The team has been unbeaten, and they have also managed three victories. After beating FC Cincinnati, they drew against Philadelphia Union.

They drew in Orlando City after they beat Sporting Kansas City. Once again, the draw was followed by victory over Minnesota United. Gustavo Bou and Dylan Borrero scored for the win after they had been down 1-0 in the first period. Despite their unbeaten streak in the league they were eliminated from the US Open Cup. To end their chance of winning the silverware, New York City FC beat them 1-0 in round one.

Injuries and suspensions

Matt Turner will be heading to Arsenal this week. His time with the New England Revolution has ended.

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How to Watch Vancouver Whitecaps vs NE Revolution

Event Information Teams Vancouver Whitecaps vs New England Revolution Location BC Place Time Sunday, June 26 at 8pm EST How to watch TSN1, TSN4, MLS LIVE on ESPN+, TV38 & MyRITV

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