With those that Bet on Soccer at an Online Sportsbook, especially the U.S. MLS Soccer teams, you surely are interested in betting on this upcoming game between the Revolution of New England playing at the United of D.C. on Saturday the 23rd of May 2015.
That is Week 12 of the MLS Season and Game #114. The game is scheduled to be played in the Gillette Stadium in Foxboro, Massachusetts with game time at 7:30 PM ET and Seen on MLS Live! At the time of this article there were no Las Vegas Odds available.
The New England Revolution team recently increased their home streak of undefeated games in league play to some 14 games, and that is a new club record. They had a draw in their game with Toronto FC, but in their Gillette Stadium they are unbeaten in their last 16 home games, dating back to July 30th 2014 and that includes all competitions. When preparing this preview the Revolution had a game scheduled for the 20th of May in Kansas with Sporting KC and KC was favored on the Money Line at +125 and the Revolution was +235 on the Money Line.
On the other side the United of D.C. had an 8 game undefeated streak going, and saw that streak end when in quick fashion, as the Philadelphia Union team scored a single goal as the game was deep in stoppage timing to take a victory last Sunday night at the PPL Park. That streak for United was their 5th longest undefeated stretch in the franchise history, and since back in 2007 it was the longest winning streak.
Last year in this series for United and the Revolution, each of the teams won their home game. D.C. United on the 5th of April took a 2-0 win over the Revolution at the RFK Stadium, while the Revolution on the 24th of May won their home game against D.C. 2-1 at the Gillette Stadium of the New England Revolution in Foxboro, Massachusetts.
In the teams All-Time series of games, the United of D.C. are leading the series with some 29 wins, while the New England Revolution had 26 wins and 9 draws in that series. In the MLS Cup playoff games D.C. United won 2 of the 3 All-Time series.
Taking a look at the two teams head to head, they have played a total of 31 games thru 2014. In the win column the Revolution has 15 wins to United’s 10 wins, thus United had 15 losses and the Revolution 10 losses with each team having 6 draws. Both teams have managed in all games to score a total of 1.4 goals per game each for the 31 games or an aggregate total of 2.8 goals per game for the series.