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INSIDE THE 18: Red Bulls Take on Revolution in Foxborough


The New York Red Bulls will look to stay hot, with 12 points from their last five MLS matches, as they take on the New England Revolution on Saturday night in Foxborough, Massachusetts.

New York will pair Dante Vanzeir and Elias Manoel up top to lead the attack.

Vanzeir has recorded seven assists this season, which ranks third in MLS for assists by a forward.

Dennis Gjengaar, Wiki Carmona, Frankie Amaya and Daniel Edelman complete the midfield.

The Red Bulls have posted a 4-1-0 mark in their last five MLS matches against the Revolution. New York are coming off back-to-back victories last week with wins against Charlotte FC and Orlando City SC.

Cameron Harper returns to the starting lineup, with Sean Nealis, Dylan Nealis and Kyle Duncan getting the nod along the backline. Ryan Meara starts in goal.

Meara has recorded 19 career shutouts across all competitions for New York and is one shy of passing Jon Conway for fourth place in franchise history in clean sheets across all competitions.

This will be the second meeting of the season between the two clubs with the Red Bulls picking up a 4-2 win at Red Bull Arena on May 11.

Off the bench, Head Coach Sandro Schwarz will have Cory Burke, Julian Hall, Ronald Donkor, Mohammed Sofo, Bento Estrela, Omar Valencia, Aidan O’Connor and AJ Marcucci available. Sofo and Valencia are on short-term agreements, up from Red Bulls II.

Carlos Coronel, Emil Forsberg, Noah Eile, Lewis Morgan and John Tolkin are away on international duty, while Andrés Reyes, Peter Stroud, Roald Mitchell and Serge Ngoma miss the match due to injuries.

Kickoff is set for 7:30 p.m. ET with coverage on MLS Season Pass on Apple TV in English and Spanish and New York Red Bulls Radio in English via TuneIn, the New York Red Bulls app and

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Listen to every match, live, on New York Red Bulls Radio! Veteran soccer play-by-play voice Matt Harmon will handle the broadcasts alongside former MetroStars and Red Bulls standout Steve Jolley providing color commentary.