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New England Revolution vs Chicago Fire: Gameday Primer, How To Watch, & Open Thread

Lineups, streaming info, and live MLS coverage as the Fire face off against New England

MLS: New England Revolution at Chicago Fire Patrick Gorski-USA TODAY Sports

New England Revolution vs Chicago Fire

Saturday, September 22nd, 2018

MLS Week 30 | Gillette Stadium, Foxboro MA

Kickoff: 6:30pm CT

Referee: Joe Dickerson

Assistant Referees: Adam Wienckowski, Kevin Klinger

4th Official: Rubiel Vazquez

VAR: Geoff Gamble

Yes, the Fire won their first game in almost three months last weekend. Yes, it was against one of the worst teams in MLS history. But it counts all the same. And now the Men In Red will need to build off that and get a result against New England. With the positions both these teams are in, one thing is certain: it ain’t gonna be pretty.


Full Preview: Fire @ Revs

Television: N/A

Online Streaming: ESPN+

Live Updates: @HotTimeOldTown (livetweets by Ruben) | MLS Matchcenter


Starting XI: Knighton, Farrell, Caldwell, Bunbury, Rowe, Fagundez, Bye, Delamea, Caicedo, Mancienne, Penilla

Bench: Turner, Anibaba, Machado, Hauche, Zahibo, Agudelo, Wright


Starting XI: Sanchez; Vincent, Schweinsteiger, Kappelhof, Hasler; Bronico, McCarty (c); De Leeuw, Mihailovic, Katai; Nikolic

Bench: Cleveland, Campbell, Corrales, Conner, Edwards, Johnson, Movsisyan


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