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MLS Fantasy Round 11 Team Reveals

We look to the new round of Major League Soccer. Here we share some MLS Fantasy Round 11 team reveals. Our experts come in to reveal their teams, highlight switcheroos, and share their captains for the new round ahead.

Our MLS Fantasy Round 11 team reveals can be extremely helpful to other fantasy managers. Creating a new squad every week can be quite overwhelming and intimidating. But, with our help that could become a lot easier and more enjoyable.

Note: Our MLS Fantasy Round 11 team reveals are subject to change.

@dmpwright

Notes

  • There are a few goalkeeping combinations that could do well this week. I’ve gone for Steve Clark as my primary ‘keeper and Yohei Takaoka as my fallback. This is because I’m expecting both Houston and Vancouver to keep a clean sheet in their respective home fixtures against St Louis and Austin.
  • In defence, I’ve paired Clark with Micael, who has decent bonus point production, and Takaoka with goal threat Ranko Veselinovic. Although, I may yet downgrade him to one of Tristan Blackmon or Ryan Raposo (providing he starts) if I need to free up funds to upgrade other roles.
  • Brooks Lennon bounced back from a couple of indifferent matches Fantasy wise with eight points away to Chicago. I expect him to do well at home to Minnesota this week.
  • My final non-scrub defender will be one of Justen Glad or Thiago Martins, with Glad just shading it as things stand due to rumours of a potential Martins injury following NYCFC’s last game.
  • It’s looking like a chalky week for midfielders. Lucho Acosta, Thiago Almada, Hany Mukhtar and Santi Rodríguez are likely to be in most teams based on current form and fixtures.
  • My fifth midfield spot is still to be decided. I have Ryan Gauld at the moment, as I like Vancouver’s chances at home to Austin. However, Cristian Espinoza, Evander (if available), Carlos Andrés Gómez and Carles Gil are all viable alternatives.
  • Upfront, Lionel Messi and Cristian Arango are both locks, with Messi once again the standout option for captaincy.
  • There are plenty of contenders for the third forward spot. I’m backing Atlanta’s home form and have currently opted for Giorgios Giakoumakis. However, Christian Benteke, Denis Bouanga and Brian White also look like good options this week.

@MattSoccerTalk

Notes

  • I’m expecting lots of goals for Atlanta this weekend, so I am tripling up on them with Lennon, Almada, and Giak.
  • One of the better clean sheet chances this week is Vancouver. Austin has been abysmal on the road and my plan is to stick with Takaoka on my bench alongside Adekubge. He also could get attacking returns.
  • Seattle is my defence fallback with Frei and Nouhou.
  • Both Mukhtar and Santi have solid home matchups, but I also am considering Rusnak to take advantage of a leaky LA Galaxy backline.
  • Outside of the midfielders, Micael and Arango also have good home matchups.
  • Lucho is away from home, but his consistent form feels like he is a must own this week.
  • Captain Messi feels like like a must at this point, especially at home and regardless of matchup.

@Mahoney

Notes

  • It was a good week in round 10 with only a couple of misses. I couldn’t pay attention to the line-ups so should have not gambled on Cucho with all of the other fixtures.
  • I have big money up front this week with Leo, Bouganga, and Arango.
  • I’m saving money on the bench even with a decent team value.
  • Keeper seems to be such a coin flip these days with few clean sheets.
  • Saturday is supposed to be rainy in Charlotte so hoping for a rebound from The Crown Lots of the big midfielders on the road so will be looking at those but sticking with Acosta and Puig right now.

@melvinmbabazi

Notes

  • GK; Matt Freese  (ATL; 7.3 ): Matt Freese has kept two clean sheets in three, he’s in a good spot to make it another against Colorado Rapids side who have a weak attack.
  • DEF: Brooks Lennon (ATL; 9.6): Brooks Lennon has 31 points in the last five games. Considering Lennon serves up the occasional set piece, he can rack up both attacking and defensive points if the stars align. He has been hot to start the season, averaging 6.44 points per game.
  • MID: Luciano Acosta (CIN; 13m); Luciano Acosta has scored or assisted in six of his last seven appearances, and a visit from Orlando the 2023 Landon Donovan MVP winner back at the top of the heap this round.
  • FOR: Messi (MIA; 13M); Given his history, it would be risky to fade him as long as he is in the starting line-up on Saturday. He will probably remain the centre of attention for the Miami attack against New York red bulls. He racked up 19 fantasy points last weekend, running his average up to an eye-popping 14 points per round over six appearances.

@_FutboIOscar

Notes

  • Unlike last round when there wasn’t plenty of keeperoo options, this week looks to be more kind to MLS fantasy managers wanting to find the ultimate keeperoo.
  • Personally, I’m going with Sean Johnson on the front end and I’ve currently got Matt Freese as my fallback. But, I’m also considering Takaoka who plays the last game on Saturday.
  • In defence, I’ve paired Johnson with Marshall-Rutty and Freese with Thiago Martins as both Toronto and NYCFC are some of the biggest favourites to keep a CS this round.
  • Alexandros Katranis is currently in my team, the RSL fullback has produced two goals and two assists thus far and an home fixture against SKC should provide him good chances of returning both a CS and attacking returns.
  • My final playing defender is Vancouver’s Ranko Veselinovic who could be a scrub should my bench hit but I’m happy to play him at home to Austin should I need to.
  • In midfield, there looks to be a lot of midfield options this week. I’ve currently opted for Lucho Acosta, Ryan Gauld, Santi Rodriguez and Thiago Almada as my ‘chalk’ picks with Hany Mukhtar as more of a differential at home to Montreal.
  • Up front, Lionel Messi pick himself after scoring 60 points in his last four outings. He’ll be my captain as long as he starts at form to the Red Bulls.
  • Chicho Arango was also a fairly easy pick with six goals and two assists in his last five outings and he should have good chances of a double digit return at home to a leaky SKC side.
  • My final forward is Prince Owusu with four goals in his last three and I like his chances of continuing his goal scoring streak at home to FC Dallas.

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