New England Soccer Today

By the Numbers: #OCvNE


Photo credit: Jeff Bernstein

The Revolution will travel to Florida for their first-ever game against Orlando City SC, Friday. They enter the match on a seven-game unbeaten run, sitting atop the Supporters Shield standings.

The saying is that numbers never lie, and these are some of the important numbers to be looking at ahead of the Revolution-Orlando City SC game.

7 – The New England Revolution are currently on a seven-game unbeaten run, the longest in MLS. They are 5-0-2 over that time.

13 – The Revs are unbeaten in their last 13 home matches, dating back to last season. They are 10-0-3 over that time.

3 – Charlie Davies has scored in three consecutive games, the longest streak in MLS this season.

5 – Number of games Charlie Davies has started this season. The Revolution are 5-0-0 with 12 goals and a +9 goal differential in those games.

2 – Teal Bunbury scored his 2nd game-winning goal against New York, good for 2nd in MLS this season

1.89 – Average points collected per game by the Revs. Good for 2nd in MLS.

3 – The number of games the Revolution have worn – and won – in their red secondary kits. With Orlando City expected to don their home purple kits, the locals will likely wear their Flag of New England motif on Friday.

619 – The amount of time passed since the Revolution had allowed a goal in the run of play before Sacha Kljestan scored in the 84th minute.

6 – Away goals allowed by Bobby Shuttleworth and the Revolution in road games in 2015. This includes three to Seattle on opening night.

1 – Home goals scored by Orlando City SC in four home games

0 – Home wins by Orlando City SC during their inaugural season

2 – Number of straight wins on the road for the Revolution.

14 – Years (rounded up) since the last time the Revolution played an MLS match in Florida. Their last match in the Sunshine state was on Aug. 26, 2001, a 0-0 draw to the Tampa Bay Mutiny at Raymond James Stadium.


  1. pauloblitzz

    May 7, 2015 at 5:23 pm

    OCFC have been impressive in terms of wins and losses at home but they have played pretty tough for the most part. I don’t expect an easy three for NE.

    • Matt LaPan

      May 8, 2015 at 10:02 am

      No doubt, it will be a tough game. Not an easy team to play against. Should be an entertaining match. I do expect the Revs to come away with 3 points, however

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