By Tiffany Williams –
At Gillette Stadium in Foxborough Saturday night, the Revolution are looking to sweep their three-game homestand after posting a 1-0 win over FC Dallas in last Saturday’s MLS home opener before a 3-0 midweek victory over Pumas UNAM in the First Leg of the SCCL Quarterfinals..
The Revolution will host Real Salt Lake Saturday night for their third consecutive match against a Western Conference opponent.
Saturday’s match will feature the return of former Revolution midfielder and Braintree, Mass. native Scott Caldwell, now with RSL. The Revolution’s second Homegrown Player signing in club history. Caldwell played in 229 MLS games for New England from 2013-21. He ranks eighth in club history in games played, ninth in games started, and 10th in minutes played.
Henry Kessler who has a muscle injury and Matt Turner who has a lower leg injury are both listed as questionable for Saturday night’s match.
Kicks off Saturday night is at 7:30 p.m. ET and airs locally on TV38 and on 98.5 The Sports Hub HD2.