Sounders FC vs. New England Revolution
MLS Regular Season
Sunday, May 11; 3 pm PT; Gillette Stadium
TV/Radio: Q13 FOX; KIRO Radio 97.3 FM; ESPN Deportes Radio, 1490 AM (Spanish)
New England's Record: The Revolution is 4-3-2 (14 points) and in a tie for second in the East after Saturday's matches.
Head-To-Head: This is the only meeting of the year between Seattle and New England.
All-Time Series: The series is knotted up at 3-3-2 for both sides, though Seattle holds the scoring lead at 11-10. Seattle is 2-0-2 in the last four matches against New England and the last two matches have ended in draws.
Injury Report: Sounders FC – OUT: D Damion Lowe (Hip Surgery); F Kevin Parsemain (ACL Tear). QUESTIONABLE: D Leo Gonzalez (R Hamstring Strain); D Dylan Remick (L Ankle Sprain). Revolution – OUT: D Jose Goncalves (R Quad Strain); M Shalrie Joseph (L Calf Strain); Kevin Alston (L Hamstring Strain). QUESTIONABLE: None.
Key Player: Diego Fagundez has yet to score this season and that is why the 19-year-old phenom is particularly dangerous. He leads New England with 23 shots through nine matches and has two goals in just 99 minutes against Seattle. He finished the 2013 season with 13 goals and seven assists in 31 appearances, giving him 17 goals and 11 assists in 66 career matches.
Notes: The Revs are 2-0-1 at home thus far without conceding a goal at Gillette Stadium. Seattle, on the other hand, is 3-0-1 away from home, outscoring its opponents 11-7...The match concludes a stretch of three matches in nine days for Sounders FC. Seattle won the first two matches against the Philadelphia Union and FC Dallas...Sounders FC's current five-match winning streak equals a club record...Osvaldo Alonso's next match will be his 150th appearance as a Sounder. He leads the club in all-time appearances...Jonathan Yardley will be filling in for Ross Fletcher for play-by-play of the match. Fletcher and his wife are expecting their first child.