I'm expecting a draw. And that's not a bad result. NYCFC is really good at home, 10-0-2.
That being said, I'm not sure what other tactical wrinkles they can throw into their game. Last time, they had Morales floating from sideline to sideline, finding pockets where, then getting the ball hoofed up to him, with everybody racing into the attack. It works as well as it does in part because the field is so tiny. But I don't know what the hell else they can do that's going to surprise us.
it is sooo much easier for me to get from Connecticut to Yankee stadium vs NJ.
Just take the Metro North to Harlem 125th and then a quick subway ride.. oh well
Eventually -- I estimate a century from now and not likely sooner -- when East Side Access is done, the MTA will start running Metro-North trains into Penn Station, making the trip to RBA exponentially easier. And maybe they'll even run direct trains to Newark...