For the Sounders, of course, it resumes at 4:30 p.m. Saturday with the team's first visit to New England.
Here's a good preview from MLSnet.com.
Here's a link to the Revs' website.
And here's a brief TNT scouting report:
SEATTLE SOUNDERS FC (9-6-11, 38 pts.)AT NEW ENGLAND REVOLUTION (9-8-7; 34)4:30 p.m. Saturday, Gillette Stadium, Foxborough, Mass.TV: KONG 6/16.Radio: 97.3 FM, 1210 AM (Spanish).Head-to-head: New England won the previous meeting, 1-0, on Aug. 20 at Qwest Field.Team leaders: For Seattle – G 11, Fredy Montero; A 7, Nate Jaqua; S 73 Montero; SOG 26 Montero. For New England – G 7, Kheli Dube and Steve Ralston; A 8, Shalrie Joseph; S 41, Dube; SOG 19, Dube.Injury report: N.E. – OUT: DF Chris Albright (L lateral meniscus tear); FW Taylor Twellman (concussion); QUESTIONABLE: MF Shalrie Joseph (R hip flexor strain); PROBABLE: GK Brad Knighton (Lumbar disc irritation) … SEA – OUT: GK Chris Eylander (L medial knee bone bruise); MF Michael Fucito (R foot sesamoiditis); DF Taylor Graham (R foot pain)Coach Sigi Schmid scouting report: “They have been able to stay very consistent in that back four. … It’s going to be difficult for us at their place because it is always difficult away from home. But we also feel confident that we can play well.”Notes: This is the first of three straight road matches for the Sounders. Seattle is 2-0-1 in its last three road games and is 3-0-1 in the Eastern time zone this season. … New England is 6-3-3 at home. The Revs are 0-2-1 over their last three games, including a draw at last-place New York last week. … New England’s Steve Ralston is the MLS leader in career appearances (377) and assists (135). … New England’s Sainey Nyassi and Seattle’s Sanna Nyassi are twins. … Schmid (122) and New England’s Steve Nicol (96) rank 1-2 in MLS victories among active coaches. … Gillette Stadium has an artificial surface. Seattle is 7-2-7 on artificial surfaces this season. … Seattle has the fifth-best point total in MLS, but six teams are four or fewer points behind (including the Revs) and three of those have played fewer games. … Three Sounders face a one-game suspension if they pick up yellow cards today: Osvaldo Alonso, Tyrone Marshall and Nate Jaqua. Next: 4:30 p.m. Oct. 3, at Columbus Crew; KONG 6/16.