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Jeff Lemieux prepares you for tonight’s showdown with the Rapids — check it out.

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As Saturday night’s match against the Colorado Rapids approaches for the Revolution, the status of striker Edgaras Jankauskas, who’s yet to make his season debut, has become one of the game’s bigger subplots.  In this video, he and Nico Colaluca, a former Rapid who is also on the mend, talk about how they’re feeling.

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Is Jankauskas ready to go in 2010?

by Adam Vaccaro

Revs striker Edgaras Jankauskas has been participating heavily in training this week.  On Tuesday, he was listed as a full participant, and on Wednesday, the Lithuanian striker assisted on a nifty play in an 8-on-8 scrimmage.

Through only four matches, it’s tough to really gauge the Revs’ offensive attack.  Five of the club’s six goals come from two players, one of whom has seen very little playing time this season (Kenny Mansally, who scored two against DC United in the match’s second half).  Rookie forward Zack Schiwalski is responsible for three more, all recorded within fourteen minutes of the Revs’ 4-1 victory over Toronto FC.  Aside from the small number of scorers, the season’s sample size at large is still far too small to make any claims.

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Kyle McCarthy tweets that Shalrie Joseph and Edgaras Jankauskas will both be listed as questionable in this week’s early injury report as the Revolution prepare to hos the Colorado Rapids this Saturday.  We’ll have more for you as soon as the Revs release their full injury report.

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by Adam Vaccaro

Coach Steve Nicol will lead the Revolution into the upcoming homestand.

Following their second straight loss in California, it’s sure to come as a relief to the New England Revolution that their next three matches will take place in Foxborough.  Over the course of the next two and a half weeks, the Revs will play host to the Colorado Rapids, FC Dallas, and Chivas USA, in that order.

Thus far, New England (2-2-0) has played only one home match, wherein they dominated Toronto FC by a score of 4-1 before an electric home crowd.  The schedule has not been kind to the club, though, having already sent it to twice to the west coast where both losses were recorded.  And it won’t get much easier following the homestand, either; this is the only three game stay the Revs will see this year and one of only four sets of back-to-back home games.

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