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FOXBOROUGH, Mass. – The New England Revolution host Minnesota United FC tonight for a 5:00 p.m. ET kickoff at Gillette Stadium, airing locally on WSBK-TV38, myRITV (Rhode Island), 98.5 The Sports Hub, and 1260 AM Nossa Radio in Portuguese. CBS Boston’s pregame coverage begins with “Revolution Kickoff” at 4:30 p.m. ET on TV38.

The Revolution are dedicating tonight’s match to commemorating Juneteenth and highlighting various members of the local Black Community including grassroots organizations and social justice leaders. Read more about the club’s activities here. Across Major League Soccer, “Lift Every Voice and Sing” will be performed prior to kickoff, and all 28 clubs will wear Juneteenth-inspired numbers and “Unity” warm-up tops as part of a league-wide recognition in partnership with Black Players for Change (BPC). The special edition jerseys will be auctioned to benefit Man Up of Rhode Island.

New England will bid farewell to goalkeeper Matt Turner following tonight’s match, as the 2021 MLS Goalkeeper of the Year departs the Revolution to join English Premier League club Arsenal FC. Turner will be available to media in the Revolution’s postgame press conference. Video soundbytes and a complete transcript will be distributed as soon as possible after the match.

Here is a breakdown of the Revolution’s starting lineup.

Starting XI: GK Djordje Petrović; D DeJuan Jones, D Andrew Farrell, D Jon Bell, D A.J. DeLaGarza; M Wilfrid Kaptoum, M Tommy McNamara, M Dylan Borrero, M Carles Gil ©; F Jozy Altidore, F Gustavo Bou

Lineup Notes:

  • Bruce Arena makes three changes to his Starting XI from Wednesday’s match against Orlando City SC, as defender A.J. DeLaGarza, midfielder Tommy McNamara, and forward Jozy Altidore start in place of Brandon Bye, Matt Polster, and Sebastian Lletget (all due to injury).  
  • Djordje Petrović collects his third consecutive start, carrying a 1-0-1 record into tonight’s match. The 22-year-old from Serbia made four saves in his Gillette Stadium debut, a 1-1 draw with Orlando City SC on Wednesday. 
  • Gustavo Bou has reached the scoresheet in three consecutive matches, with two goals and one assist during that span. Bou logged his first assist of the season on Wednesday, providing the helper on Carles Gil’s goal. 
  • Carles Gil, who now has four goals and seven assists on the year, will surpass 7,000 MLS minutes played tonight. The Spanish midfielder owns a career mark of 0.53 assists per 90 minutes played, third best in MLS history (min. 20 assists). 
  • Jozy Altidore returns to the Starting XI after posting a 45-minute performance on Wednesday. Altidore makes his third start and 13th appearance of the year.
  • Dylan Borrero makes his third consecutive start and his fifth straight appearance since arriving in Foxborough in May. Borrero, acquired via the MLS U-22 initiative, owns one assist this season. 
  • Tommy McNamara rejoins the starting lineup after appearing off the bench in Wednesday’s match. The ninth-year midfielder remains one of two Revolution players to appear in every MLS contest season, alongside Carles Gil
  • Wilfrid Kaptoum records his 30th MLS appearance tonight and his fifth consecutive start. 
  • Andrew Farrell and Revolution II graduate Jon Bell join the central defense pairing for the second consecutive match.
  • DeJuan Jones entered the weekend ranked among the top MLS defenders in assists (T-5th - 3), chances created (6th - 19), and successful crosses (T-6th - 12). 
  • A.J. DeLaGarza suits up for his second start of the season, with one additional start in U.S. Open Cup play.

Bench: GK Matt Turner; M Emmanuel Boateng, D Omar Gonzalez, M Maciel, F Justin Rennicks, D Ben Reveno, D Damian Rivera, D Ryan Spaulding, M Arnór Traustason

Bench Notes: 

  • Matt Turner appears on the matchday roster for the final time before he joins Arsenal FC. With a 43-25-33 career record in the MLS regular season, Turner is set to depart MLS with a .589 winning percentage, eighth best in league history (min. 20 wins). 
  • Emmanuel Boateng has netted four goals and logged six assists in less than 1,000 minutes played in a Revolution uniform. The midfielder has appeared off the bench in three of the last four games. 
  • Arnór Traustason has played in three consecutive matches, including one start. The Icelandic winger owns eight appearances this season. 
  • Ben Reveno makes his first appearance on New England’s MLS matchday roster. The 23-year-old defender was elevated to the club’s first-team roster in May and started in the U.S. Open Cup Round of 16 vs. NYCFC. 
  • Tonight’s bench features two Homegrown Players in midfielder Damian Rivera of Cranston, R.I. and forward Justin Rennicks of South Hamilton, Mass. 
  • Three of New England’s bench options were previously rostered with Revolution II before ascending to the first team: Reveno, Maciel, and Ryan Spaulding.