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How to watch D.C. United vs. New England Revolution originally appeared on NBC Sports Washington
With a three-match losing streak in MLS fixtures entering the weekend, D.C. United will play host to the New England Revolution Saturday with hopes of ending their recent skid.
The Revolution aren't exactly rolling into this fixture either, losing four of their last five MLS matchups. Both teams are sitting at the bottom of the Eastern Conference and will need a win to make their move into the playoff picture.
Here’s how to watch D.C. United take on New England...
D.C. United vs. New England Revolution How To Watch
What: D.C. United vs. New England Revolution
Where: Audi Field, Washington, D.C.
When: Saturday, April 23, 7:30 p.m. ET
TV Channel: D.C. United vs. New England will be broadcast on NBC Sports Washington (NBC Sports Channel Finder)
D.C. United vs. New England Revolution TV SCHEDULE
7:30 PM: D.C. United vs. New England (LIVE)
D.C. United vs. New England Revolution: WHAT TO WATCH
D.C. United's recent struggles are well-documented entering this matchup with New England. After dropping three straight MLS fixtures en route to a 2-0-4 record to begin the season, the club fired head coach Hernan Losada Wednesday. Assistant coach Chad Ashton will take over as interim head coach, so it will be interesting to see how the players react to the major change on their sideline.
Meanwhile, the Revs haven't played nearly as well as they did last season when they finished the regular season with the league's best record. New England swept their season series with D.C. United last year. Can D.C. end that streak as well?
D.C. United vs. New England Revolution: PLAYERS TO WATCH
Ola Kamara, Forward, D.C. United (4 goals, 6 appearances in 2022): Kamara has been D.C. United’s best player this season as the club's leading goal scorer. The next closest is newcomer Michael Estrada with two.
Gustavo Bou, Forward, New England Revolution (0 goals, 2 appearances in 2022): Bou is typically one of New England's primary sources of offense, but injuries have contributed to a slow start for the Argentine striker.