Can New England Revolution resurrect their flailing play-off push?
In short, it’s been a terrible week for Bruce Arena’s team, first beaten 2-1 by New York Red Bulls, despite leading through Tommy McNamara’s header.
Then, on Wednesday, the Revs were defeated again, this time 3-1 by Houston Dynamo.
Given that the Texans are already out of play-off contention, that is a terrible result for New England.
So, having only won one of their last seven, last season’s Supporters’ Shield winners have slipped down to tenth.
After this, the Revs have just two games remaining, against Atlanta and Chicago, probably needing to win all three to gatecrash the post-season.
No such concerns for Club de Foot Montréal after they rubber stamped their play-off ticket last Friday night, coming from two down to draw 2-2 with Columbus Crew.
There was then no let up for Wilfried Nancy’s team on Tuesday, beating Chicago Fire 3-2 at Stade Saputo.
Kei Kamara adding two more goals to his MLS tally, before Zachary Brault-Guillard got, what turned out to be, the winner.
The Canadian club remain second in the east, on course for their highest-ever MLS finish.
So, will the visitors leave Foxborough with all three points?