The lineups are out, and thinks are looking fairly interesting from the New England Revolution front.
It looks as though the Revolution have moved to a 4-5-1 look that will probably morph into more of a 4-2-3-1/4-3-3 when on the attack. This will allow the Revs to take greater advantage of their strength in the midfield, allowing Clyde Simms and Shalrie Joseph to maximize their talents as holding and box-to-box midfielders, respectively. Also, Benny Feilhaber has been pushed to his more favored central position, where he will hope to see more of the ball and create chances.
French striker Saer Sene is making his first MLS start - and his MLS debut - up top after missing last week's match with knee swelling. He will have to work hard in the solo striker position tonight. Also, after an impressive performance last week, Lee Nguyen has earned his first MLS start on the left wing.
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