New England Revolution vs New York City MLS Betting Prediction

New England Revolution vs New York City Prediction 4/13/2024

New England Revolution (1-4-1) travel to face off against New York City (1-4-2) on Saturday, April 13th. This match will be played at Yankee Stadium in New York, NY. New England Revolution is coming off a win in their previous match, while New York City played to a draw vs. New England Revolution. The match is scheduled for 7:30 PM ET.

New England Revolution vs New York City

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New England Revolution Is Coming Off A Win

The New England Revolution will be looking to build off their 1-0 win over Charlotte FC. This match took place on their home pitch, but they were still the underdog at +132. The over/under line was 2.5 goals.

New England’s offense was led by Carles Gil, who took just one shot and one shot on goal, with his offensive strike being the only goal for the club. Overall, the Revolution’s offense finished with three shots on goal and 11 shots total.

On the defensive end, the Revolution didn’t allow a goal, and Henrich Ravas picked up a clean sheet. Ravas made a total of two saves on Charlotte’s six shots, and the defense as a whole had six interceptions and two blocked shots.

The New England Revolution head to New York City to take on NYCFC. So far this season, the Revolution have struggled, going just 1-4-1, which has them sitting in 15th place in the Eastern Conference. Their only win came in their last match, a 1-0 victory over Charlotte FC. Overall, they have dropped four of their last six matches. Following this match, they will head to Toronto to take on Toronto FC on April 20th.

New York City Is Coming Off A Draw

In their last match, New York City hosted Atlanta United FC. The match ended in a 1-1 draw, which took place on their home pitch. The money line payout for New York City was -106, and the two combined goals fell short of the over/under goal line of 2.5 goals.

New York City’s offense took a total of 23 shots, but just three of these were on target. Santiago Rodriguez was the only player to score a goal for New York City, and this came on a penalty kick. Overall, the club took seven corner kicks.

On the defensive end, New York City allowed one goal on Atlanta United’s six shots on target. Matt Freese finished with five saves and didn’t get enough offensive support to pick up the win. New York City’s defenders blocked six shots and intercepted four passes.

Through seven matches, New York City has struggled to find consistency, going 1-4-2, which has them sitting 13th in the Eastern Conference. They have drawn their last two matches, including a 1-1 draw vs. Atlanta United FC on April 6th. Overall, they are 1-1-1 at home and 0-3-1 on the road. Following this match vs. New England, they will take on D.C. United SC on April 20th.

New England Revolution Offense Breakdown

The New England Revolution have been scoring at a rate of 0.8 goals per match this season, which is 27th in the MLS. However, they have scored more than their season average in four straight matches. Carles Gil is the team’s top scorer, as he has found the back of the net three times this season, which is 11th in the league. He also leads the team in shots on goal, and he is 22nd in the MLS in that category. Nacho Gil is the team’s leader in assists, as he has one this season, which is 43rd in the league.

New York City Offense Breakdown

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So far this season, New York City has struggled to find the back of the net, scoring just 0.7 goals per match, which is 28th in the league. Santiago Rodríguez has been the club’s most dangerous offensive player, leading the team in goals scored and shots on goal. His three goals are 17th in MLS, and his eight shots on goal are 21st. In addition to his scoring, Rodríguez also leads the club in assists. Overall, New York City’s passing percentage is 16th in the league, and they have had more corners than their opponents in 57.1% of their matches.

New England Revolution Defense Breakdown

The New England Revolution’s defense has been up and down so far this season, but they are coming off a shutout performance against Charlotte FC. Overall, they are 23rd in goals allowed, giving up 1.8 goals per match. Henrich Ravas has started five matches in goal and has one clean sheet. Overall, the Revolution’s defense is 7th in blocked shots and 28th in interceptions.

New York City Defense Breakdown

Heading into their match against the New England Revolution, the New York City defense is 13th in the MLS in goals allowed per match (1.3). They are also 14th in blocked shots and 16th in interceptions. Keeper Matt Freese is 12th in the MLS in saves (21) and has yet to record a clean sheet this season. Over their last seven matches, they have given up one goal four times, including against Atlanta United FC (7th in scoring) and Inter Miami CF (4th in scoring).

New England Revolution vs New York City Prediction

With both teams coming in with below-average offenses, we have this one projected to end in a 1-1 draw, which is listed at +280. Looking at the projections, we are giving Alonso Martinez of New York City the best chance to score a goal. As for the Revolution, look for Tomas Chancalay to find the net. Our projections are also giving New England a slight edge in terms of shots on goal and interceptions.

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