Juan Agudelo and the Revs will be back at Gillette this Sunday night. Credit: Getty Images Juan Agudelo and the Revs will be back at Gillette this Sunday night. Credit: Getty Images

 

The Revolution will battle with Toronto FC at Gillette Stadium Sunday night at 7:30. Every match for New England from here on out is vital as the Revs cling to the fifth and final playoff slot in the Eastern Conference.

 

The Revs (8-7-6) seemingly have their second consecutive “bunny,” as Toronto FC will arrive in Foxboro with a 3-10-8 record. The locals polished off lowly D.C. United last week, 2-1, at RFK Stadium.

 

Dimitry Imbongo and Diego Fagundez found the net for New England in the win over D.C.. Imbongo has been particularly impressive for the Revs in the past two months as all three of his goals on the year have come in the Revs' past seven matches.