Could this be the year that New England Revolution finally get their hands on the MLS Cup? Most of the online sports betting sites do not fancy their chances and their past record in the competition seems to show why this is the case. New England Revolution have reached the MLS Cup on five occasions (2002, 2005, 2006, 2007, and 2014) but are yet come away with the trophy. They have also never won the Supporters’ Shield either, but came close in 2005 when they had the second best regular season record.

New England Revolution Next Game

Where do New England Revolution play next? Are they going to be favorites at home or underdogs on the road? Discover the answer in the table below.

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New England Revolution Regular Season Schedule

Learning New England’s schedule back to front willi provide an opportunity to find potential winning wagers in the future. You won’t know the betting lines but it’s a great way to get prepared. 


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New England Revolution Standings

The Revolution should be a playoff team but there’s no really easy games in the ultra-competitive Eastern Conference. Scan the standings to see how the Revs are faring. 

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New England Revolution Betting Tips

The Revs finished the 2016 season on the wrong side of the playoff picture. Level on points with Philadelphia, the Revs missed out on goal difference. They'll do everything in their power to avoid a similar situation in 2017, but must improve significantly on the road.

New England were one of the worst away outfits in 2016, winning only two of 17 matches. A team with that kind of away record doesn't deserve to make the playoffs. Their home record almost made up for their away misgivings, as the Revolution won nine of 17 home fixtures. They had the joint-second best home record in the Eastern Conference. Only the Red Bulls enjoyed more success at home. 

Most of their away deficiencies were caused by a lack of offensive production. The Revs had the second worst offense in the Eastern Conference. Scoring 1.24 goals per game just isn't good enough to push for the postseason. Only the lowly Chicago Fire scored as a lesser rate, 0.91 goals per game. 

If they can't solve their offensive inadequacies, look to bet on the under in most Revs games. They don't have an elite defense, but it's not porous enough to veer toward the over market