The New England Revolution will take on NYCFC in the Eastern Conference Semi-Finals tonight. Here are your injury reports:


The real injury concern for the Revs regarded young star forward Adam Buksa, who fractured a bone in his foot near the end of the regular season. He actually played with the injury in Orlando, where he scored a brace to earn a point, and only began his rest and recovery following the Colorado game.

Buksa said himself that he is 100% going into the game, and he does not feel like he has any limitations. It seems that Wilfrid Kaptoum picked up a knock in one of the scrimmages, but is okay and likely will be available on the bench.


For NYCFC, the long-term injuries are a bit more serious. This includes one of the best-attacking right-backs in MLS in Anton Tinnerholm. Tinnerholm tore his achilles a couple of months ago, and is obviously out into the 2022 season.

Keaton Parks also had blood clot surgery recently, and has not been with the team as of late. Parks is a tank in the center of midfield, and Acevedo has picked up his role. Maxime Chanot, Sean Johnson, and Alfredo Morales all hit the deck in their match against Atlanta United last weekend, but all seem to be good to.

The Revs will look to back up their regular season talk in the playoffs, with just five teams remaining. The winner will face Philadelphia Union in the Eastern Conference Final next Sunday. FS1 will broadcast the Revolution vs NYCFC matchup tonight at 7:30 PM EST.

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