NYCFC heads to Massachusetts this weekend to take on the New England Revolution for the third and final time this season.
- NYCFC are 2-1-2 against the Revs dating back to 2016, and can help lock up a first-round playoff bye with what would be their second win over New England this season.
- New England has scored 10 of their goals (21%) from set pieces this season, good for fourth-highest in the league.
- Away from home, NYCFC have scored 17 goals from open play, good for third-highest in the league.
- David Villa is averaging a goal every 119 minutes for NYCFC this season, the second best goals per minute ratio among Major League Soccer's top ten scorers.
- In City's last match against the Revs, the Blues dominated with 64.1% of the possession and an 84% pass completion rate.
- In addition to scoring the equalizing goal in that match, David Villa had four successful dribbles, twice as many as the Revolution had total.
- A win this weekend would be NYCFC's fourth all-time against the Revs.
The Last Time
Last time out against the Revs, David Villa's 76th minute equalizer and Jonathan Lewis' last-gasp winner gave NYCFC a 2-1 victory.
The Last Match
In their last match, the Revs earned a 0-0 draw against Atlanta United.
The Revolution have won two of their last six matches, losing three and drawing one. Two of those losses have come by score lines of 7-0 and 6-1, while they earned a 2-1 victory over league-leading Toronto FC.