New England Soccer Today

By the Numbers: #DALvNE

Photo credit: Kari Heistad/

Photo credit: Kari Heistad/

The New England Revolution travel to Frisco, Tx. for an Independence Day clash with FC Dallas with the hope of getting back on the winning track after losing three straight and coming out victorious only once in their last 10.

The Revolution will be without Andrew Farrell, who will be suspended due to a red card in the Revs last match.

Can the Revs end their losing streak? See what numbers to watch for ahead of their matchup with FC Dallas this weekend.

25 – The Revolution are currently tied for second in MLS with 25 goals scored this season. They are tied with Columbus Crew SC and Sporting Kansas City and trail the LA Galaxy by two goals for the league lead.

27 – On those 25 goals, the Revolution have 27 assists. They are led by Kelyn Rowe, who has five assists.

2 – Lee Nguyen has scored two goals on the season, both on the road. Nguyen is tied with Juan Agudelo for second on the team, one behind Charlie Davies.

3 – The Revs will be on the road three of the next four matches. Their lone home game of July comes on July 18 when they host New York City FC.

8 – London Woodberry will be making his first appearance against his former team, FC Dallas. The FC Dallas homegrown player appeared in eight career games for the club before being waived ahead of the 2014 season.

275 – The Revolution have gone scoreless in their last 275 minutes against FC Dallas. Rajko Lekic’s 84th minute goal in a 2-0 win over the Hoops back on Sept. 10, 2011 was the last time the Revolution found the back of the net against Dallas.

3 – The Revs have lost each of their previous three games by a 2-1 margin. They have allowed two goals in five of their past six games.

5– The Revs scored just five goals across all competitions during the month of June.

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