FINAL: Chicago Fire 1, Revolution 1 – Revs blow golden chances to post win

WHO: Chicago Fire FC (0-1) at Revolution (0-1)
WHEN: 1:30 p.m.
WHERE: Gillette Stadium.
TV: NBC Sports Boston — Brad Feldman (play-by-play), Charlie Davies (analyst)
 NBC Sports Boston/98.5 WBZ-FM HD2/1260 AM Portuguese
REFEREE: Fotis Bazakos.

INJURY REPORTRevs—OUT: M - Luis Caicedo (knee irritation), D - Alexander Buttner (quad strain).  QUESTIONABLE: D - Antonio Delamea (hamstring strain), M - Carles Gil (foot irritation), GK - Matt Turner (knee irritation) Chicago — OUT: F - CJ Sapong (thorax muscle strain), D - Nick Slonina (hip muscle strain). QUESTIONABLE: M - Przemyslaw Frankowski (hip joint irritation)

WHAT’S UP: The Revs own a 7-1-5 mark in its last 13 season debuts at Gillette Stadium. ... Sporting Director and Head Coach Bruce Arena is 13-4-4 all-time mark against Chicago Fire FC, and his team had a 5-1-3 record at Gillette Stadium in 2019. ... Andrew Farrell will surpass Chris Tierney (19,422) for fourth-most minutes played in Revolution history. ... Teal Bunbury needs two goals to tie Shalrie Joseph and Pat Noonan for sixth on the club's goal-scoring list at 37. ... Chicago was minutes from a positive result in their season opener, before Jordan Morris struck for the stoppage-time winner at CenturyLink Field on Sunday. After having two goals called back for offside, Fire FC took the lead one minute into the second half on Robert Beric's first MLS goal. The Sounders also had a goal called back, but Morris leveled in the 62nd minute and secured his brace in the third minute of stoppage time.


No Turner in net for the Revs.

Big opportunity for Fagundez, the homegrown talent, in the midfield. Need him to play big.

Delamea and Gil also out.