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Everything you need to know for Sounders-Revolution

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For the first time since 2019, the Seattle Sounders will be hosting the New England Revolution. Both teams seem to have recovered from awful starts. The Sounders come into Saturday’s game having claimed 10 points in their last four and going 6-2-4 in their 12, while the Revs are winners of 5 of 6.

Here’s how things shape up:

Kit Matchup

Injury news

Seattle Sounders FC

OUT: Braudilio Rodrigues - Hamstring

New England Revolution

OUT: Tomas Chancalay - Knee; Carles Gil - Lower Leg; Nacho Gil - Knee; Peyton Miller - Thigh

QUESTIONABLE: Emmanuel Boateng - Hamstring; Dylan Borrero - Hip; Mark-Anthony Kaye - Hip Flexor; Nick Lima - Groin; Tommy McNamara - Hamstring; Bobby Wood - Calf

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