BOSTON -- Don't look now, but the New England Revolution haven't lost since May 26. And they look to win their second straight match on Saturday night at Gillette Stadium against Toronto FC, marking their final game of a three-game home stand.
The Revs are coming off a 2-0 win over the New York Red Bulls last weekend, and have now gone five games without losing.
All of that has put New England in sixth place in the Eastern Conference (out of 10) with 22 points and a 6-7-4 record. Based on records, the Revolution should be able to take care of Toronto on Saturday night and extend their league-leading unbeaten streak.
Toronto enters Saturday's match at Gillette Stadium as the last place team in the East, with 13 points and a 3-11-4 record. Its 13 points is the lowest in the entire MLS, and its three wins ties with the Western Conference's FC Dallas for lowest win total in the league.
Also going for New England on Saturday is that it has only lost one game, out of nine, at home this season. As for Toronto, it only has one win in nine road games this season.
The Revs don't have any major injuries entering Saturday's match. They'll be without Alec Purdie (ankle), while Jose Moreno (ankle) and Zak Boggs (ankle) are listed as questionable. Tim Murray (knee) is probable, as of Friday.