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Predictions: New England Revolution vs New York Red Bulls

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Name W/L/D Goals For Goals Against Reasoning
Aaron bauer Loss 1 3 on the road to the hottest team in mls. Sorry red bulls fans were gonna lose. It's okay. You're allowed to lose in MLS. It happens.
Alex Showell Draw 1 1 The Red Bulls are one of the best teams in MLS, but New England's attack led by Lee Nguyen has been deadly of late. Gillete Stadium has always been a tough place to go to for the Red Bulls and I see this one finishing as a draw.
Austin Fido Loss 1 2 The Revs are hot and at home.
Bobby C Win 1 0 RBNY has looked fairly well their past couple of games. Now leading the East, and being a few games behind is a good sign. Yet, I don't want to get too optimistic with this club - don't want to get my hopes let down.
Jason Iapicco Win 2 1 No Jermain Jones, no AC/DC, the Revolution have nothing to hide behind when they take on one of the best road teams in MLS 2015.
Jean-Pierre Chigne Win 3 2 The Red Bulls haven't won in New England in a long time but they will be able to edge the Revs in a tight game to stay in the lead for the Supporters Shield. Not having Jermaine Jones on the field will be the difference in a tight game.
Patrick Glodkowski Win 3 1 The team has been streaking forward. And with the shield at hand, it's hard not to keep going. Also no Jermaine Jones
Ryan Dolan Win 1 0 Call the Red Bulls "TNT" cause they are Dynamite. It's still a long way to the top, but a high voltage performance will put this team one step closer to the shield and leave the Revs thunderstruck.
Steve Toto Loss 1 2 New England and RBNY have accumulated the most amount of points since 8/1. NE is at home. That's the difference in this one.
uman Draw 1 1 No Jones for the Revs makes me feel the Red Bulls can manage a point against the other hottest team in the league.