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.” Full story for BostonGlobe.com subscribers.