The New York Red Bulls could be extremely short-handed when they face the New England Revolution in an MLS match Sunday evening (7 p.m. ET, MSG+) at Gillette Stadium in Foxborough, Mass. Star striker Thierry Henry has a bothersome knee and usually does not play on turf. Midfielder Rafa Marquez continues to nurse a calf injury. Defenders Heath Pearce (hamstring) and Markus Holgersson (ankle) are listed as out.
The Red Bulls enter the match 9-4-4 for 31 points, third in the Eastern Conference. The Revolution are 5-7-4 for 19 points, seventh in the East. New York defeated New England earlier this season at Red Bull Arena, 1-0. New York has not won in Foxborough since the 2002 season.
Kenny Cooper leads the Red Bulls with 11 goals. Saer Sene leads the Revolution with eight.
The Red Bulls have lost just once in their last 10 matches, compiling a 6-1-3 record during that span.