The Revs will take the field for the first time in a week Saturday when they travel to Washington to take on D.C. United at RFK Stadium (7 p.m., CSN).
New England is two points behind Houston in the Eastern Conference standings for the fifth and final playoff spot. This is the type of game the Revs must take advantage of if they hope to land in the postseason as D.C. United sits in dead last in the conference with a 2-14-4 record.
The Revs blanked the Columbus Crew on the road last Saturday, 2-0, to record their 11th shutout win of the year. New England got late goals from Jose Goncalves, on a header, and Diego Fagundez.