These two clubs met just 28 days ago in North Carolina with Charlotte FC claiming a 3-1 victory. No expansion club has ever done the double over New England Revolution.
Over 2.5 goals is 7/10.
Over 2.5 goals and both teams to score is 11/10.
New England to win and over 2.5 goals is 11/8.
Carles Gil is 13/2 to break the deadlock and 2/1 to score anytime.
Can expansion club Charlotte FC continue their remarkable start to their first-ever MLS season?
Last weekend, Queen City celebrated a victory over rivals Atlanta United with Jordy Alcívar's goal straight from a corner the difference in North Carolina.
This means Miguel Ángel Ramírez's side have won three successive home games, following victories over New England and FC Cincinnati.
In the former, Karol Świderski's brace secured Charlotte's first-ever win on a famous day at Bank of America Stadium.
Now, having lost in DC, Atlanta and Philadelphia so far, CLTFC are looking for their first-ever road victory.
Meanwhile having lost the reverse fixture just four weeks ago, New England Revs will be wary of the threat Charlotte can pose.
The Revolution are reigning Supporters' Shield winners be currently sit second bottom in the Eastern Conference.
Bruce Arena's side took on Inter Miami last weekend, but were beaten 3-2; Justin Rennicks and Carles Gil's goals in Fort Lauderdale coming in vain.
This means only goal difference is keeping the Revs off the bottom of the east, above only the side who defeated them Inter Miami.
Also, New England have now lost five successive matches in all competitions, four in MLS, for the first time since July 2017.
Will the hosts claim a much needed victory in Foxborough?
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