New England Revolution VS Chicago Fire, will see the Revolution want to end a three-game winless run when they play host to Fire at the Gillette Stadium today.
Chicago got back on the winning side midweek at the US Open Cup, after diving the points with Atlanta United last weekend in an intriguing encounter in Major League Soccer.
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Predictions and Betting Preview For New England Revolution VS Chicago Fire Game 15
- Venue: Gillette Stadium, New England
- When: Saturday, May 27th, 2023
- Time: 16:30 GMT
- Teams to play: New England Revolution and Chicago Fire.
- MLS Picks: MONEYLINE 1.79
Odds as provided by 1XBet and BetMGM.
Betting On New England Revolution
- 1XBet Spread: -1.5
- 1XBet Over/Under: Over 2.5
- 1XBet Moneyline: 1.79
- BetMGM Spread: –
- BetMGM Over/Under: Over 2.5
- BetMGM Moneyline: 1.77
New England Revolution was brutally defeated by Philadelphia Union last weekend, in a defeat that dragged out their winless run to 3 games across contests.
Daniel Gazdag secured a brace for New England before Julian Carranza delivered an 88th-minute strike that solidified all three points for Philly, as Bruce Arena’s side could not register a shot on target.
The loss witnessed by the Revolution demoted them to third position in the Eastern Conference, securing 24 points in 13 matches and Bruce Arena expects a comeback from his team after 3 successive defeats.
Winning this match is important for New England as it could start a revolution for them to close the gap at the top of the league table, as they are now 6 points behind FC Cincinnati.
Betting On Chicago Fire
- 1XBet Spread: +1.5
- 1XBet Over/Under: Under 2.5
- 1XBet Moneyline: 4.14
- BetMGM Spread:
- BetMGM Over/Under: Under 2.5
- BetMGM Moneyline: 4.10
Things are looking up for Chicago Fire after they went back to Winning on Thursday, with an easy 2-0 win over Austin FC in the US Open Cup round of 16, thanks to Rafael Czichos and Kacper Przybylko, setting them up for a quarter-final clash with Houston Dynamo.
But, the attention returns to MLS action today, where Chicago won just one of their last 6 matches. Due to this, they stay in the 12th position in the Eastern Conference of the MLS table, 4 points from the automatic playoff spot.
Last weekend, they shared points with Atlanta United in a fierce 3-3 draw where one player from each side headed the pack.
Andrew Gutman secured the lead for Atlanta in the 29th minute, but the teams entered into the interval on level terms after Juanjo Purata scored an own goal.
Maren Haile-Selassie then delivered a lead for Fire shortly after the restart before Giorgos Giakoumakis’s brace seemed to have secured all three points for Atlanta. But, Georgios Koutsias stole a draw for Chicago with an 89th-minute equaliser.
Chicago has not won outside home since their 3-2 victory over Inter Miami on March 25, and coach Klopas badly needs to see his team end their disappointing record.
Despite their current form, the New England Revolution has been one of the most dominating clubs in the Easter Conference this campaign.
Chicago Fire, on the other hand, struggle on the road these past weeks, so there is a chance the Revolution will end their winless streak today.