New England Revolution vs Montreal Impact Prediction, 9/23/2020 Soccer Pick, Tips and Odds
Game: New England Revolution vs Montreal Impact
Date: Wednesday, September 23, 2020
Location: Gillette Stadium in Foxborough, MA
TV: NBC Sports Boston
Odds/Point Spread: New England (+103) Montreal (+282)
Gillette Stadium is the site where Rod Fanni and the Montreal Impact (5-1-6, 6th in the Eastern Conference) will take on the New England Revolution (3-6-3, 7th in the Eastern Conference) on Wednesday. The expected starting goalkeepers will be Matt Turner for the New England Revolution and Clement Diop for the Montreal Impact. The Impact are priced at +282 while the Revolution are at +103. The O/U has been set at 2.75.
The Revolution as a team have 10 goals on the year, which ranks 22nd in the league. They have launched 164 shots at the goal with 47 of them being on target, which means they have a 28.7% shots on target percentage. New England has been able to control possession for 46.4% of matches while they have success at dribbling 61.4% of the time (7th in the league). They have been on the receiving end of 4,016 passes on 4,808 targets on the campaign, giving them a receiving percentage of 83.5%.
Gustavo Bou is a player who should be able to impact this match for the Revolution. Bou has been given a starting assignment in 127 outings so far in his MLS career and tallies 0.50 goals per 90 minutes. The midfielder who is from Argentina has totaled 63 goals (23rd among active MLS players) in 11,440 minutes played. He has accounted for 23 assists while earning 17 yellow cards in his career. One more player who could decide who wins is Diego Fagundez, the midfielder who hails from Uruguay. He has helped a teammate on a goal 37 times in his MLS career and he has scored 52 goals. Fagundez has been on the field for 16,432 minutes in 182 career starts and has been handed 26 yellow card warnings. He scores 0.28 goals per 90 during his pro soccer career (92nd among active players).
The man protecting the net for New England will be Matt Turner. Turner (26-31-28 record in his career) has accumulated 21 clean sheets, which gives him a 24.7% clean sheet percentage. The goalkeeper from the United States has faced 387 shots attempted against him in 85 starts. His goals allowed per 90 minutes is 1.25 (106 total goals surrendered) and he is the owner of a save % of .747. Turner has been on the field for a total of 7,615 mins and is sitting with 289 saves so far in his pro soccer career.
The Impact have dribbled successfully 68% of the time so far this season while earning 18 goals. They have earned a receiving percentage of 88.4% while controlling possession of the ball 47.8% of the time. Montreal has tallied 5,359 targets this season (13th in MLS) with 4,735 successful received passes. They have been able to complete 33.9% of their shots on target on 112 shots.
Rod Fanni should be someone to watch for Montreal. The defender who is from France has been on the pitch for 33,997 mins while scoring 9 goals (183rd among active MLS players). He has accounted for 47 yellow card cautions thus far in his career and has helped a teammate on a goal 14 times. He currently averages 0.02 goals per 90 mins and has started 226 games in his MLS career. Make sure to keep an eye out for Anthony Jackson-Hamel, the forward who was born in Canada. He has accounted for 26 goals in his pro soccer career while assisting on a goal 5 times. Jackson-Hamel has been given a total of 4 yellow card cautions in 4,378 professional minutes played (44 starts). His G/90 average in his pro soccer career is 0.53 (13th among active players).
Clement Diop will be residing in front of the goal for the Impact. Diop has racked up 20 shutouts while he has defended 368 shots tried against him in 7,110 mins throughout his career. He is the owner of a save % of .701 and his shutout rate is currently 25.3%. He has allowed 1.43 goals per 90 and he has a record of 31-17-30. Thus far in his career, Diop has given up 113 goals while he has earned 258 saves in 79 starting assignments.
Who will win tonight's MLS game against the spread?
Tony Sink's Pick: Take New England (+103)
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