Where: Gillette Stadium, Foxborough, Mass.
When: 7:30 p.m.
TV: Comcast SportsNet, Univision Deportes.
Records: United 1-10-2, 5 points; Revolution 5-4-4, 19 points.
D.C. probable starters: GK Bill Hamid; Ds Chris Korb, Conor Shanosky, Daniel Woolard, James Riley; MFs Kyle Porter, Perry Kitchen, Nick DeLeon, Chris Pontius; Fs Dwayne De Rosario, Carlos Ruiz.
N.E. probable starters: GK Bobby Shuttleworth; Ds Andrew Farrell, Stephen McCarthy, Jose Goncalves, Chris Tierney; MFs Saer Sene, Scott Caldwell, Kelyn Rowe, Lee Nguyen, Diego Fagundez; F Juan Agudelo.
Outlook: United’s 11-game winless streak in league play is the longest in the club’s 18-season history. The Revolution is unbeaten in four straight and has won its past three matches by a 9-0 margin, including a 5-0 rout over two-time defending champion Los Angeles last week. United is 0-5-1 on the road with one goal scored and is last in MLS in scoring (six). New England has conceded four goals in seven home dates and leads the league in scoring defense (nine allowed). United D Dejan Jakovic (adductor), F Lionard Pajoy (hip) and MF Raphael Augusto (calf) are listed as questionable. Swiss D Alain Rochat, acquired from Vancouver on Thursday for two draft picks, is awaiting a work permit and will not play against the Revolution. New England F Jerry Bengtson (one goal in 11 games) is on a Honduran national team assignment for World Cup qualifying. Revolution MF-F Fagundez has scored in four straight games and has five goals overall, plus an assist. Pajoy (two goals) is the only United player with more than one.