The New York Red Bulls host Colorado Rapids in this first mid-week match of the season. This is the first and only fixture for RBNY against the Western Conference side. For New York, Wednesday’s game is an opportunity to extend its opening point streak to seven.
Coverage of the match between the New York Red Bulls and Colorado Rapids on Wednesday, April 29 at Red Bull Arena will begin at 7:30 p.m. EDT (TV: MSG; RADIO: RBNY English/Spanish Internet Radio). For travel tips and further directions on how to get to the game, check out the Red Bull Arena Transportation HUB.
Here are some numbers to know ahead of New York Red Bulls versus Colorado Rapids.
0 – New York Red Bulls has never lost a match to Colorado Rapids at Red Bull Arena. The Red Bulls are 2-0-2 against the Rapids at RBA, and 9-7-3 all-time at home against Colorado.
3 – Midfielder Felipe is on a three game point streak with one goal and two assists over the course of the last three matches. Felipe, if played on Wednesday, will appear in his 100th career MLS match.
6 – With a draw over the weekend against LA Galaxy, the Red Bulls are undefeated in six matches, the only unbeaten team in MLS. This is the longest undefeated streak to start a season in franchise history and the second best start through six matches in club history (2010: 5-1-0, 15 points).
55.3 – According to Whoscored.com, New York Red Bulls’ possession percentage is 55.3%, the highest in MLS. New York also leads MLS in aerials won per game (24.7) and shots per game (15).
111 – Captain Dax McCarty has started 111 career matches in a Red Bulls uniform, one shy of tying Steve Jolley (112) for eighth on the club’s all-time list. A start on Wednesday against Colorado Rapids would tie McCarty with Jolley, who is six starts behind Thierry Henry (118) in seventh place on the all-time list.