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Philadelphia Union vs. New England Revolution, How To Watch And Game Thread

Will the Union's revolt against their losing ways continue?

Bill Streicher-USA TODAY Sports
PPL Park, Chester, PA
April 19, 2015
5:00 PM ET
ESPN2 - Adrian Healey and Taylor Twellman
TBG Match Preview
Know Thy Enemy: The Bent Musket
Starting XI
Fernando Aristeguieta, Sebastien Le Toux Forward Charlie Davies
Cristian Maidana, Zach Pfeffer, Michael Lahoud, C.J. Sapong Midfield

Juan Agudelo, Lee Nguyen, Kelyn Rowe

Scott Caldwell, Andy Dorman

Ray Gaddis, Maurice Edu, Steven Vitoria, Sheanon Williams Defense Kevin Alston, Jermaine Jones, Andrew Farrell, London Woodberry
John McCarthy Goalkeeper Bobby Shuttleworth
Andre Blake, Fabinho, Brian Carroll, Eric Ayuk, Conor Casey, Andrew Wenger, Ethan White Bench Brad Knighton, Chris Tierney, Steve Neumann, Teal Bunbury, Diego Fagundez, Sean Okoli, Jeremy Hall
Numbers of Note
7 - number of games the Union have played this season, tied with Orlando City for most in the East.
-2 - New England Revolution's goal differential in 2015
24 - number of yellow cards picked up by the Union in 2015, the most in MLS
Game Officials
Referee: Mark Geiger
Assistant: Adam Wienckowski
Assistant: Jonathan Johnson
Fourth: Robert Sibiga