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New England Revolution face D.C. United looking for second straight road win

New England Revolution' head coach Jay Heaps shouts from the side line while playing the Vancouver Whitecaps during the second half of an MLS soccer game in Vancouver, British Columbia, on Saturday June 15, 2013. (AP Photo/The Canadian Press, Darryl Dyck)
Revolution coach Jay Heaps has yet to record a victory against United in his two seasons at the helm.Darryl Dyck/AP

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Riding the momentum from last week’s 2-0 victory against the Columbus Crew, in which New England scored two goals in stoppage time, the Revolution are seeking their second-straight road victory when they take on DC United Saturday night at RFK Stadium.

DC United (2-14-4) has struggled this season and has a four-game losing streak, but Revolution coach Jay Heaps has yet to record a victory against United in his two seasons at the helm (0-3-1). Heading into Saturday’s match, Heaps said the team would pay little attention to past results.

“With us right now it’s one game at a time,” Heaps said on the Revolution website. “We’re still a club that needs to grind results. We need points and we need to find a way to get them.”

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