LA Galaxy vs NE Revolution: how & where to watch - times, TV, online
After beating Sporting Kansas in midweek, Galaxy will be out to extend their winning run when they host New England Revolution.
LA Galaxy will seek to keep pace in the MLS, and after earning a victory on the road, they now will want to get the three points available when New England Revolution visit LA, in a game that will be Bruce Arena's official debut as the Foxborough side's coach.
Despite Galaxy being the strongest team on paper, we can't forget the last time Guillermo Barros Schelotto's team played at home against Colorado Rapids, who arrived as the worst team in the league, a similar situation as the Revs, but managed to beat Galaxy, in one of the worst moments of the season for the Californians.
Arena hasn't yet sat on the bench of the Revs. The American coach's style has already made itself noticed with two draws against Montreal Impact and DC United, but the victories are still to arrive.
What time does the LA Galaxy vs New England Revolution game start?
The LA Galaxy vs New England Revolution game will be played on Sunday 2 June 2019 at Dignity & Health Sports Park, kicking off at 22:30 ET (21:30 CT).
Where can I watch LA Galaxy vs New England Revolution?
To watch the match between LA Galaxy and New England Revolution this Sunday, you must tune into MLS Live and NBC Sports Boston, who will broadcast the game in the United States.
Is the LA Galaxy vs New England Revolution game available online?
You can also follow all the action with AS.com, as we take you through the game play by play.
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