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Revolution vs Rapids Preview: Hopefully it Doesn’t Rain

On Wednesday the New England Revolution face the Colorado Rapids in what will be their second preseason match of the year. The match will take place at Dignity Health Sports Park comes after the Revs fell to the LA Galaxy 2-1 on Monday. The Rapids have actually gotten two games under their belts already with a 4-0 win over Orange County SC and a 0-4 loss against Toronto FC on Saturday.

Last time out Starting XI:

Matt Turner Andre Rawls
Seth SinovicKeegan Rosenberry
Henry KesslerLalas Abubakar
Andrew FarrellDrew Moor
Brandon ByeDeklan Wynne
Diego FagundezNicolas Mezquida
Wilfried ZahiboJack Price
Kelyn RoweKellyn Acosta
Gustavo BouSam Nicholson
Adam BuksaKei Kamara
Christen PenillaRobin Afamefuna

History Between Revolution and Rapids:

The last time these two sides faced off was 7/4/19 when the Revolution defeated the Rapids 2-1 on the road at Dicks Sporting Goods Park. This was the delayed filled match that went into the early morning hours.

Historically the Rapids have gotten the better of the Revolution in their 47 regular-season matchups with the Revs having a 17-20-9 record against the Rapids.

New England actually faced the Rapids in a preseason matchup in 2017 where the Rapids defeated the Revolution 3-1.

Rapids Off-season Moves

Players In: Auston Trusty, Drew Moor, Nicolas Benezet, Younes Namli, Braian Galvan

Players Out: Tim Howard, Dillon Serna, Kofi Opare, Tommy Smith, Sam Raben, Axel Sjoberg

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Like the first preseason match, the outcome doesn’t matter whatsoever. I will be interested to see the status of the Revolution players that didn’t see the pitch on Monday. More specifically Carles Gil.

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Tanner founded Trifecta Sports in Spring of 2016 and has grown it from a blog into a multi-faceted media entity. He covers the New England Revolution, Pawtucket Red Sox, Boston Cannons, New England Patriots, and the Providence College Friars.

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