Gillette Stadium


The Chicago Fire's start to the 2015 MLS regular season has been anything but smooth sailing thus far.


The last time the Chicago Fire bagged a victory at Gillette Stadium, a third-minute goal by Quincy Amarikwa - his sixth of the season - and Sean Johnson's 84th-minute save to deny Chris Tierney on


After hitting their stride in recent weeks with two wins on the bounce, the Chicago Fire will have to find a way to sustain their momentum while facing back-to-back bye weeks.


With the New England Revolution and Montreal Impact playing to a 0-0 draw on Saturday, the result sent the Fire to the bottom of the Eastern Conference, the only team yet to earn a point in MLS.


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