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The New York Red Bulls return to Red Bull Arena on Saturday, March 24 at 7 p.m. ET to face Minnesota United. (TV: MSG2 & MSG Go | STREAM: New York Red Bulls Radio)



Learn more about this matchup, By The Numbers:


1 -- Goalkeeper Luis Robles and New York’s defense has allowed just one goal in the run of play this season across all competitions.


2 --  In Major League Soccer rankings, Red Bulls are tied for second in goals conceded, with the lone goal against Real Salt Lake.


2 -- This will be Minnesota’s first trip to Red Bull Arena and second ever meeting with New York Red Bulls. The two sides met in last year’s regular season with New York coming out on top, with a 3-0 victory.

3-0-0 – New York has a home record of 3-0-0 at Red Bull Arena in 2018 across all competitions.

9 – The Red Bulls are unbeaten at Red Bull Arena in their last nine MLS regular-season matches (5-0-4). In those last nine MLS matches, New York outscored their opponent, 23-6 with five clean sheets.

49 – Head Coach Jesse Marsch currently sits at 49 career MLS regular-season wins with New York, one shy of becoming the franchise’s first head coach to reach 50 wins.

86 – Bradley Wright-Phillips is tied with San Jose's Chris Wondolowski for the most goals scored over a five-year span in MLS regular season with 86.