NY Red Bulls vs New England

NY Red Bulls vs New England Preview, Prediction and Betting Tips

NY Red Bulls vs New England Preview

New York Red Bulls host New England Revolution at the Red Bull Arena on Saturday in the MLS, looking to pick themselves up from a crushing defeat in their last game.

The Red Bulls were battered 6-2 by Inter Miami last Saturday, with Luis Suarez netting a sensational hat-trick and Lionel Messi bagging five assists plus a goal. It was just their second defeat of the season, but indeed a huge one, and Sandro Schwarz’s side will be looking to bounce back.

With 17 points in the bag and four wins from 11 games, the New York side are down in fourth position of the Eastern Conference table. By contrast, their next opponents are rock bottom, having won only twice and collected seven points.

It’s been a horrid start to the season for New England Revolution, who went their first five matches without a victory, losing four. A slender 1-0 win over Charlotte FC in their next game earned them their first win of the season, only to then lose thrice more, before another 1-0 win over Chicago Fire last weekend.

NY Red Bulls vs New England Team News and Predicted XI

New York Red Bulls

Roald Mitchell (knee), Serge Ngoma (knee), and Peter Stroud (ankle) are all injured for the Red Bulls right now and will hence miss out on the clash. Meanwhile, Cory Burke is doubtful with a foot injury whereas Dennis Gjengaar has an ankle problem and will be assessed ahead of the kick-off.

Predicted XI – Carlos Coronel; Kyle Duncan, Andres Reyes, Sean Nealis, John Tolkin; Wikelman Carmona, Daniel Edelman, Frankie Amaya, Emil Forsberg; Lewis Morgan, Dante Vanzeir

New England Revolution

The Revs aren’t lucky with injuries either. Brandon Bye and Nacho Gil are out with knee problems, whereas DeJuan Jones and Tommy McNamara have hamstring. Peyton Miller has injured his foot. In addition to this, Noel Buck, Malcolm Fry, and Jonathan Mensah are doubtful with quad, calf, and hamstring respectively.

Predicted XI – Aljaz Ivacic; Nick Lima, Xavier Arreaga, Henry Kessler, Ryan Spaulding; Matt Polster, Mark-Anthony Kaye; Esmir Bajraktarevic, Carles Gil, Tomas Chancalay; Giacomo Vrioni

NY Red Bulls vs New England Head-To-Head

There have been 95 clashes between the sides before, with New England Revolution winning 41 times over New York Red Bulls and losing on 34 occasions.

Last 5 games, head-to-head

New England Revolution 1-0 New York Red Bulls (MLS, August 2023)

New York Red Bulls 4-2 (on penalties) New England Revolution (Leagues Cup, July 2023)

New York Red Bulls 2-1 New England Revolution (MLS, July 2023)

New York Red Bulls 2-1 New England Revolution (MLS, September 2022)

New England Revolution 0-1 New York Red Bulls (MLS, April 2022)

As you can see, New York Red Bulls have held the dominion over New England Revolution in their recent clashes, although the Revs got the better of them in their most recent outing. Giacomo Vrioni was the lone scorer on that day.

NY Red Bulls vs New England Prediction

New England Revolution have struggled to find their feet this season and their poor run of form tilts the balance in New York Red Bulls’ favor. The hosts must be able to nick this one without much hassle.

Prediction: New York Red Bulls 2-0 New England Revolution

NY Red Bulls vs New England Betting Tips and Odds

Betting Tips

  • New York Red Bulls to beat New England Revolution
  • Both teams to score: No
  • Goals under 2.5


  • New York Red Bulls: 1.57
  • Draw: 4.40
  • New England Revolution: 6.39

NY Red Bulls vs New England Time and Telecast

  • Date and Time: Saturday, 11 May at 11:30 PM (GMT)
  • India: MLS Pass
  • UK: MLS Pass
  • US and Canada: Apple TV

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