D.C. United vs. N.E. Revolution

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Winless in 15 consecutive league matches since last August, D.C. United hosts the New England Revolution tonight at RFK Stadium.

Kickoff: 7 p.m. ET.

Local TV: None.

Local radio: None.

Live stream: Available in the Washington area on D.C.’s website (New England’s announcers).

Pay packages: Direct Kick, MLS Live.

Game-time weather from the Capital Weather Gang (I don’t think I have ever seen a 1 percent chance of rain.)

From the print and online edition, my story about newcomer Chris Rolfe.

United will conduct an open practice Monday from 3:30 to 5 p.m. at Cardozo High School at 1200 Clifton St., Northwest. Admission is free. The club will conduct raffles and sell discounted tickets to next Saturday’s match against the New York Red Bulls. An autograph session will follow.

United first-choice keeper Bill Hamid is not in uniform because of a foot injury suffered on U.S. national team duty in Arizona.

In third-division Richmond’s home opener, Michael Seaton scored early and Kyle Porter added two second-half goals in a 3-1 victory over Pittsburgh.

DCU LINEUP: Dykstra; Franklin, Parke, Boswell, Fernandez; DeLeon, Neal, Kitchen, Arnaud, Neal; Espindola, Johnson. Subs: Willis, Attakora, Kemp, Jeffrey, Caskey, Doyle, Rolfe.

REVS LINEUP: Shuttleworth; Farrell, Soares, Goncalves, Tierney; Nguyen, Dorman, Kobayashi, Fagundez; Sene, Bunbury. Subs: Knighton, Barnes, McCarthy, Caldwell, Neumann, Davies, Imbongo.

Your pregame, in-game and postgame thoughts are welcome in our comments section.

 

 

Steven Goff is The Post’s soccer writer. His beats include D.C. United, MLS and the international game, as well as local college basketball.
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