New York City FC vs New England Revolution prediction and betting tips (July 9)
New York City play New England in their next league match. The Blues have not won in their previous games and are searching for a win in this game. The Revs, on the other hand, are in good form.
Valentin Castellanos is the key NYCFC player to watch out for
Valentin Castellanos is the key NYCFC player to watch out for

The New York City FC play the New England in their next game of the MLS regular season.

The match is scheduled to start at 1:00 p.m. ET on Saturday, 9 July 2022. The game time is 5:00 p.m. GMT on Saturday, July 9. The match venue is Yankee Stadium, New York City, New York.

Betting tips and match predictions for the New York City FC vs New England (July 9) game are available in this article. Next is a preview of the latest betting odds, key stats, team news, and projected starting lineups.

New York City FC vs New England Revolution latest odds on betting sites

The New York City to win odds are priced at 1.66 (-150 American; 2/3 Fractional), the odds for a draw are priced at 4.00 (+300; 3/1), while the New England Revolution to win odds are priced at 5.25 (+425; 17/4).

The chances of these outcomes are as follows: New York City FC — 55%, draw — 25%, New England — 20%.

Latest betting odds on New York City FC vs New England Revolution (9 July 2022):

  • Over 2.5 goals — 1.57 (-175; 4/7)
  • Under 2.5 goals — 2.35 (+135; 27/20)
  • Asian handicap (-0.5, -1.0) on New York City FC — 1.83 (-120; 5/6)
  • Asian handicap (+0.5, +1.0) on New England — 2.02 (+102; 51/50)
  • Both teams to score (Yes) — 1.61 (-164; 25/41)
  • Both teams to score (No) — 2.20 (+120; 6/5)

New York City FC vs New England Revolution match preview and statistics

The New York City FC are fourth in the Eastern Conference with 29 points and a +14 goal difference. They are on a five-game winless streak with three wins and two losses. The Blues drew their last two matches, playing a 2-2 draw with Atalanta United in the last match.

Valentin Castellanos scored a brace in the match. Following the through ball from Talles Magno, he scored the first goal of the game in the first half with a shot from the side of the box to the bottom corner. Atalanta pulled one back in the 56th minute with a header from Josef Martinez.

Castellanos made it 2-1 two minutes later with a shot from the centre of the box to the centre of the goal, assisted by Magno again. Luck definitely wasn’t on New York’s side as Dominic Dwyer levelled the scores in the 86th minute of the game.

Nick Cushing’s team had 50% possession, 2.21 expected goals, 13 total shots, six big chances, three shots on target, 369 accurate passes, 82% pass accuracy, 14 fouls committed, one offside, six corners and four yellow cards.

New York City FC team news: Keaton Parks and Thiago Martins are sidelined due to injuries.

New England are seventh in the Eastern Conference table with 25 points and a +1 goal difference. They haven’t lost in their last six matches, with two wins and four draws. The Revs drew 2-2 with Cincinnati in their last game.

Dylan Borrero gave New England the lead in half of an hour with a shot from the left side of the box to the bottom right corner, assisted by Sebastian Lletget. Henry Kessler scored an own goal in the 41st minute which made it 1-1.

Gustavo Bou made it 2-1 to the Revs in the 55th minute of the second half with a header from a difficult angle on the left side into the top right corner, following the cross from Emmanuel Boateng. Brenner da Silva made it 2-2 in the 73rd minute with a shot into the roof of the net.

They had 55% possession, 1.73 expected goals, 17 total shots, one big chance, seven shots on target, 426 accurate passes, 84% pass accuracy, seven fouls committed, five offsides, three corners and one yellow card.

New England team news: Matt Polster is unavailable for this match due to injury.

New York City FC vs New England Revolution H2H

New York City FC have won the previous two matches against New England. They won 1-nil in the last meeting.

New York City FC vs New England Revolution lineups and key players

New York City projected starting lineup:

  • Sean Johnson
  • Tayvon Gray
  • Maxim Chanot
  • Alexander Callens
  • Malte Amundsen
  • Alfredo Morales
  • Nicolas Acevedo
  • Talles Magno
  • Maxi Moralez
  • Santiago Rodriguez
  • Valentin Castellanos

Valentin Castellanos is the key player to watch out for. He had a top performance in their last match against Atalanta United, scoring two goals. Castellanos has 10 goals and an assist in 14 league matches. The striker needs to score again in this game.

New England Revolution projected starting lineup:

  • Djordje Petrovic
  • Andrew Farrell
  • Brandon Bye
  • Jon Bell
  • DeJuan Jones
  • Wilfrid Kaptoum
  • Maciel
  • Sebastian Lletget
  • Carles Gil
  • Dylan Borrero
  • Gustavo Bou

Gustavo Bou is the key player to watch out for. He scored a goal in their last match against Cincinnati. Bou has four goals and an assist in the last six matches. He has failed to have a goal involvement in just one of these games.

New York City FC vs New England Revolution predictions and betting tips

The Blues are in need of a win to bring an end to the winless streak. The Revs have not lost in six games. Both teams have had a series of draws in their respective previous games. New York City have won the previous two matches between both teams.

The prediction for this match is both teams to score. New York have scored six goals in their last two games but have conceded the same number of goals. If they don’t fix their defensive issue, New England might make a run on them.

Betting prediction: Both teams to score (Yes)

Odds: 1.61 (-164 American; 25/41 Fractional)

New York City FC — New England
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Both teams to score (Yes)
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