Prematch Reading | All the biggest storylines as Revs aim to rebound at home vs. Fire

8_31_22 Carles Gil vs. Chicago Fire

The Revolution look to get back on track when they host Chicago Fire FC at Gillette Stadium on Salute to Heroes Night. Tune into tonight’s 7:30 p.m. kickoff on MLS Season Pass on Apple TV (English or Spanish), or catch the radio call on 98.5 The Sports Hub HD2 or 1260 AM Nossa Radio in Portuguese. 

With Brandon Bye sidelined with a shoulder injury, DeJuan Jones’ lauded versatility will be a crucial weapon in Bruce Arena’s arsenal. 

The Revolution hope to have their captain and catalyst available for tonight’s meeting with Chicago after the Spaniard exited last weekend’s match in Philadelphia with a first-half ailment. 

Ema Boateng has been an impact performer since arriving in New England in 2021, but now the Ghanian midfielder finds himself in a spotlight role with five consecutive starts entering tonight’s showdown with Chicago.

Revolution President Brian Bilello, also the president of Boston Soccer 2026, joined DJ Bean on this morning’s edition of The Soccer Show as excitement ramps up for the return of the FIFA World CupTM to Boston and North America in 2026. 

The Revs’ young Colombian winger is officially on the mend from a knee injury that will keep him in recovery for at least nine months.  

Look back on the local coverage of the Revolution’s last match, a 3-0 loss at the Philadelphia Union: