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In Response To: "Re: Red Bulls Seek To Advance in MLS is Back Tournament, Wednesday"
Dave Birnbaum
Dave Birnbaum
Red Bulls Seek To Advance in MLS is Back Tournament, Wednesday

To advance to the Knockout Round of the MLS is Back Tournament, the New York Red Bulls (2-1-1, 7 pts) will need a win or a draw against FC Cincinnati (1-3-0, 3 pts) on Wednesday at 8 p.m. Coverage of Wednesday's match will be broadcast on ESPN, ESPN Deportes, TSN and Red Bulls Radio.

Both New York and Cincinnati are tied for second in Group E at three points with the Red Bulls holding the second tiebreaker of goal differential at -1 to -3. Wednesday's match will be the fourth time between New York and FC Cincinnati with the Red Bulls owning the 3-0-0 advantage. New York has outscored its opponent, 6-2 with four active players scoring against Cincy and four players each with two assists over the three-match span.

It will be 144 days since both teams faced off in the 2020 season opener where New York earned a 3-2 win at Red Bull Arena. Florian Valot, who began the season after coming off his second ACL surgery, had a strong season-debut against Cincy with two first-half assists to lead the Red Bulls.

Under the Red Bulls high-press system, scoring the first goal is crucial in matches. Since 2015, New York is 71-12-17 when tallying the first goal of the match, while going 14-41-11 when allowing the first goal. In 2020, the results have not differed as New York scored first against Cincinnati (W, 3-2), Real Salt Lake (T, 1-1), Atlanta (W, 1-0), while Columbus Crew grabbed the game's first goal (L, 0-2).

All-Time Series: New York leads, 3-0-0

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