The New York Red Bulls will look to stretch their home shutout streak to four games on Saturday night when they host the Columbus Crew at Red Bull Arena in Harrison, N.J.
For the first time in club history the Red Bulls (3-3-1) have not allowed a goal at home through the first three games of a season. Luis Robles has recorded 28 of his 42 career clean sheets at the arena and owns a career 1.04 goals-against average at home.
New York is unbeaten in 17 consecutive regular-season home games (14 wins, three draws).
The Crew (4-2-1) lead the Eastern Conference.
"I don't look at this season as something special yet because of our strong start," Crew coach Gregg Berhalter said. "I look at it as we play our next game against a very difficult opponent that's very tough to play at their home. The Red Bulls have always played us tough, especially there. It's going to be hard, but we want to go there with the right mindset and get a result." >>Read more. . .. .