New England

form

All
ORL 0 - 3 NE
W
NE 0 - 0 TOR
D
CLB 0 - 0 NE
D
PHI 2 - 1 NE
L
NYC 4 - 2 NE
L
NE 2 - 2 CIN
D
VAN 0 - 0 NE
D
NE 2 - 1 MIN
W
NE 1 - 1 ORL
D
NE 1 - 1 PHI
D
Real Salt Lake

form

All
RSL 1 - 4 LAF
L
SJ 2 - 2 RSL
D
RSL 0 - 1 DAL
L
RSL 3 - 0 SKC
W
ATL 2 - 1 RSL
L
RSL 2 - 2 COL
D
MIN 3 - 2 RSL
L
RSL 0 - 0 CLB
D
VAN 2 - 1 RSL
L
MTL 1 - 2 RSL
W
Head to Head
20 Matches (6 Draws)
4 Total wins 10
3 Home wins 6
1 Away wins 4
Last 5 Matches
1 Wins
2 Draw
2 Wins
NE 2 - 3 RSL
NE 0 - 0 RSL
RSL 4 - 1 NE
NE 4 - 0 RSL
RSL 0 - 0 NE
7 Goals Scored 7
Games Over 2.5 Goals 3 / 5
Both Teams Scored 2 / 5
Team Comparison
  • Attack
  • Defence
  • Distribution
  • Discipline
Player Comparison

Match Facts

  1. New England won both meetings with Real Salt Lake in RSL’s first MLS season in 2005. Since then, the Revs have won just four of 20 meetings with Salt Lake (D6 L10).
  2. The Revolution have begun the 2022 season the same way they started the 2021 season, with a 2-2 away draw followed by a 1-0 home win. The 1-0 victory over Dallas was also a continuation of last season when New England set an MLS record by winning 18 matches by a one-goal margin.
  3. Real Salt Lake has opened a season with consecutive clean sheets for the first time in the club’s MLS history. RSL hasn’t kept three straight clean sheets in MLS play since a run of four in a row in October-November 2014.
  4. Emmanuel Boateng has scored five goals against Real Salt Lake in his career (including playoffs), all with LA Galaxy. He’s scored multiple goals against just one other team in his MLS career: 2 vs. FC Cincinnati).
  5. Real Salt Lake has been successful when pressing high this season, winning possession in their attacking third a league-high 17 times through the first two weeks of the season. Both Justin Meram and Maikel Chang have won possession in the attacking third four times this season, tied for second most in MLS.
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