Finishing in first place in the Eastern Conference this season is the Boston side, New England Revolution and the Revs are not only top of the table, but also finished an impressive 19 points clear of second-placed Philadelphia.
New England have shined this season, particularly in front of goal having found the back of the net 65 times in 34 games, more than any other side in the league. Their remarkable away form has also gained attention, having won 10 and losing only 3, with their other four games ending in a draw.
Defensively however, the Revs haven’t been as solid. They only managed to keep eight clean sheets all season and of the seven qualifying teams from the Eastern Conference only Orlando has conceded more goals (48) than the Revs with 41.