Prematch Reading (May 6) | Catch up on the biggest storylines ahead of tonight's visit to Toronto FC

8_17_22 Djordje Petrovic at Toronto FC

Read up on the latest news before tonight’s Matchday 11 meeting between the top-of-the-table New England Revolution and Toronto FC at BMO Field. Kickoff is slated for 7:30 p.m. ET on MLS Season Pass on Apple TV, 98.5 The Sports Hub, and 1260 AM Nossa Radio. 

Stay current with the latest team news by bookmarking the top local destinations for Revolution coverage online: The Boston Globe, 98.5 The Sports Hub, the Boston Herald, and

New England will get an important piece back in the fold tonight as Latif Blessing returned to the squad after a two-game absence. Blessing had traveled to Ghana to complete necessary visa paperwork, which has now allowed his wife and daughter to join him in the United States for the first time, giving the midfielder an extra spring in his step. 

Veteran midfielder Emmanuel Boateng has been New England’s super-sub for much of his Foxborough tenure since arriving in 2021. Over the last two weeks, Boateng has found himself back in a starting role and is now delivering impact performances from the opening kick. 

Hayden Bird analyzes Bruce Arena’s tactical options in the wake of Borrero’s injury. 

The Revolution will surely miss Borrero’s game-breaking speed and skill for the rest of the season, but Bruce Arena is confident that his attacking group’s depth and versatility is more than equipped to keep New England on course.  

Earlier this week, the Revolution confirmed that Borrero’s left knee injury would keep the young Colombian on the sideline for the rest of 2023. 

The Boston Herald also covered the team’s official news that Borrero would be moving to the season-ending injury list. 

Revolution Team up with Animal Rescue League of Boston

To help warm your hearts before the MLS slate gets rolling, check out some of this week’s coverage of Revolution players showing their support for the Animal Rescue League, including a visit to their Dedham facility on Tuesday, May 2.