New York City vs New England Revolution MLS Betting Prediction

New York City vs New England Revolution Prediction 5/25/2024

New York City (7-5-2) travel to face off against New England Revolution (2-9-1) on Saturday, May 25th. This match will be played at Gillette Stadium in Foxborough, MA. New York City is coming off a win in their previous match, while New England Revolution will be looking to get back on track from a loss to the New York City. The match is scheduled for 7:30 PM ET.

New York City vs New England Revolution

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New York City Is Coming Off A Win

In their last match, New York City hosted the New York Red Bulls and came away with a 2-1 win. The money line payout for New York City was +155, and the three combined goals surpassed the over/under line of 2.5 goals.

New York City’s attack took a total of 12 shots and five shots on goal. Four of these shots came from Hannes Wolf and Monsef Bakrar, with each player finding the back of the net one time apiece.

Overall, New York City’s offense finished with two assists, with Tayvon Gray and Malachi Jones each picking up one. Matt Freese made three saves in net for New York City, and the defense finished with two blocked shots and eight interceptions.

Through 14 matches, New York City has a record of 7-5-2, which has them sitting in 3rd place in the Eastern Conference. They have won three straight matches and five of their last six. Overall, they have been favored in eight matches, going 5-2-1 in those contests. On the road, they have a record of 2-3-1. Following this match, they will return home to take on the San Jose Earthquakes on Friday, May 31st.

New England Revolution Look To Bounce Back From A Loss

The New England Revolution will be looking to put their last match behind them, as they lost to the Philadelphia Union by a score of 3-0. This match took place on their home pitch, but they were still the +165 underdog on the money line. The three goals fell short of the over/under goal line of 3.5 goals.

Overall, the Revolution’s offense took eight shots, three of which were on target. Giacomo Vrioni was the most active player on the offensive end, finishing with one shot on target and three total shots. New England finished the match with six corner kicks.

On defense, the Revolution allowed a total of 20 shots and nine shots on target. Aljaz Ivacic finished with six saves on the nine shots he faced. The club’s defenders didn’t block a single shot but did come up with 10 interceptions.

Through 12 matches, the New England Revolution have struggled, posting a record of 2-9-1, which has them in 15th place in the Eastern Conference. They have dropped two straight matches, including a 3-0 loss to the Philadelphia Union on May 18th. Overall, they have just one win in their last six matches. On the season, they have been favored in four matches, going 1-2-1, while they have been the underdog in eight matches, going just 1-7. Following this match, they will hit the road to take on Nashville SC on Sunday, June 2nd.

New York City Offense Breakdown

So far this season, New York City has scored 1.3 goals per match, which is 19th in the league. However, they have scored more than their season average in three straight matches. Santiago Rodríguez is their top scorer, as he has found the back of the net five times, which is 21st in the league. He also leads the club in shots on goal, which is 18th in MLS. Hannes Wolf is their leader in assists, as he has four on the year, which is 13th in the league. He has also scored two goals, which is 87th in MLS.

New England Revolution Offense Breakdown

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The New England Revolution’s offense has struggled this season, as they are 29th in MLS in goals scored at 0.8 per match. Carles Gil is their top scorer with four goals, which is 29th in the league. Tomás Chancalay is second on the team in goals scored and 21st in MLS in shots on goal. Overall, the Revolution are 17th in shots on goal and 10th in corners.

New York City Defense Breakdown

Heading into their match against the New England Revolution, the New York City defense is 6th in the MLS in goals allowed per match (1.1). They are also 11th in blocked shots and 21st in interceptions. Keeper Matt Freese is 2nd in the MLS in saves (52) and has two clean sheets this season. Over their last five matches, they have given up seven goals (1.4 per match).

New England Revolution Defense Breakdown

Heading into their match against New York City, the New England Revolution’s defense is 27th in MLS, allowing 2.1 goals per match. Over their last three matches, they have given up an average of 2.3 goals per match. They are also 26th in MLS in interceptions per match. Goalkeeper Henrich Ravas is 27th in MLS with 26 saves and has just one clean sheet this season. In their last match, they gave up three goals to the Philadelphia Union, who have the 3rd-ranked offense in MLS.

New York City vs New England Revolution Prediction

Given the New England Revolution’s struggles on offense this season, we see this one ending in a 1-1 draw between New York City and New England. Coming into the match, New York City has been the much better defensive team, allowing the 6th fewest goals in the MLS. Our projections are giving Tomás Chancalay the best chance to score a goal for New England, while Maxi Moralez has the best chance to score for New York City.

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