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LA Galaxy New England Revs match preview: What to watch, projected starting 11 and TV schedule

MLS: Los Angeles Galaxy at New England Revolution Winslow Townson-USA TODAY Sports

The LA Galaxy are on the verge of rebounding nicely after a disastrous four game losing skid, having captured consecutive road victories with David Bingham in particular playing lights out. Should Guillermo Barros Schelotto’s group take all three points Sunday on Pride Night (7:30 PT, Spectrum SportsNet), the group can sustain a winning streak heading into the Gold Cup break.

What to watch

There were some in the fanbase quick to label LA’s matchup vs. Colorado as an oppurtunity to run up the score, and well...

Not so fast. This isn’t Brad Friedel’s New England Revolution. With a win and two draws, Interim manager Mike Lapper has steered the Revs back to respectability.

The Bruce is Back. Legendary manager and GM Bruce Arena will be on the sidelines tomorrow, but the three-time MLS Cup winner with the Galaxy will be leading the visiting team. While his stamp on the match has yet to be seen, his presence will undoubtedly give the Revs a boost.

Favio and Zlatan enjoyed a successful if imperfect debut pairing Wednesday night, capped by Zlatan Ibrahimovic’s cushioned header to Alvarez who smashed in the game-winning strike. How will the pair build on their partnership at home vs. an improved but vulnerable opponent?

Starting XI

How to watch

Date/Time Sunday June 2nd 7:30 PT
Venue Dignity Health Sports Park
TV Spectrum SportsNet
Streaming (outside of LA) ESPN+