VANCOUVER – The New England Revolution are on the road tonight for an 8:00 p.m. ET kickoff against Vancouver Whitecaps FC at BC Place. The match airs locally on WSBK-TV38, myRITV (Rhode Island), 98.5 The Sports Hub, and 1260 AM Nossa Radio in Portuguese.

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 ©, M Arnór Traustason; F Gustavo Bou

Lineup Notes:

  • Bruce Arena makes one change to his Starting XI from last Sunday’s victory over Minnesota United, as midfielder Arnór Traustason enters the lineup in place of forward Jozy Altidore.
  • Traustason makes his first start since May 28 and his fifth consecutive appearance for New England. The Icelandic international is now two appearances away from reaching 40 in MLS regular season play.
  • Djordje Petrović collects his fourth consecutive start, looking to build on his 2-0-1 record to begin his MLS career. The 22-year-old from Serbia made five saves in Sunday’s 2-1 victory over Minnesota.
  • Gustavo Bou has reached the scoresheet in four consecutive matches, with three goals and one assist during that span. Bou tallied the game winner last Sunday, connecting on a free kick in the 69th minute. He has found the scoresheet in five straight games twice before in his MLS career.
  • Carles Gil, who now has four goals and eight assists on the year, recorded a goal and an assist over two games last week and remains tied for the MLS lead in assists. The Spanish midfielder owns a career mark of 0.53 assists per 90 minutes played, third best in MLS history (min. 20 assists). 
  • Dylan Borrero makes his fourth consecutive start and his sixth straight appearance since arriving in Foxborough in May. Borrero, acquired via the MLS U-22 initiative, netted his first MLS goal in last Sunday’s victory against Minnesota. 
  • Tommy McNamara remains one of two Revolution players to appear in every MLS contest this season, alongside Carles Gil, as he starts for the 14th time this season. 
  • Wilfrid Kaptoum records his sixth consecutive start in central midfield and the 30th appearance of his MLS career. 
  • Andrew Farrell and Revolution II graduate Jon Bell comprise the central defense pairing for the third consecutive match. Farrell earns his 285th regular season start today, a club record. 
  • DeJuan Jones entered the weekend ranked among the top MLS defenders in assists (T-5th – 3), chances created (6th – 20), and successful crosses (T-7th – 12). 
  • A.J. DeLaGarza suits up for his third start of the season and second straight in place of an injured Brandon Bye.

Bench: GK Earl Edwards Jr., F Jozy Altidore, M Emmanuel Boateng, D Omar Gonzalez, M Maciel, F Justin Rennicks, D Ben Reveno, D Damian Rivera, D Ryan Spaulding.

Bench Notes: 

  • Emmanuel Boateng has appeared off the bench in three of the last five games. 
  • Jozy Altidore has appeared in 13 matches during his first year with the Revolution. Altidore leads the Revolution with four league goals against Vancouver. 
  • Ben Reveno makes another appearance on New England’s MLS matchday roster. The 23-year-old defender was elevated to the club’s first-team roster from Revolution II in May and made his MLS debut in last Sunday’s victory.
  • 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. All three came off the bench in New England’s victory last weekend over Minnesota.