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MLS Fantasy Round 14 Team Reveals

We look to the new round of Major League Soccer. Here we share some MLS Fantasy Round 14 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 14 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 14 team reveals are subject to change.

@dmpwright

Notes

  • Round 14 looks to be the worst one yet for picking a ‘keeperoo. Many of the top teams play away from home this round.
  • I’m currently looking at an Alex Bono into William Yarbrough ‘roo and like absolutely nothing about it! I may yet swap Bono for Roman Bürki as I like St Louis’ fixture this week. Although, the timing for running a ‘roo with Yarbrough isn’t great. Yarbrough is also likely to become Yohei Takaoka if Lionel Messi doesn’t start against Vancouver.
  • The top clean sheet odds this week are only 31%. So, picking defenders will likely be as difficult as picking goalkeepers. Aaron Herrera and Kai Wagner are my only defensive locks. DC United have the joint-best clean sheet odds of 31%, while both Herrera and Wagner have the potential for offensive returns.
  • My other defensive picks, Rodrigues, Tomas Totland and Maya Yoshida, are bonus point-generating options from late-game teams with decent clean sheet chances. However, I’m not expecting much from any of my defenders this week.
  • In midfield, Lucho Acosta, Evander and Riqui Puig were among the first names in my team. All three players have the fixtures to potentially deliver double-digit hauls. Evander will likely be my captaincy fallback should Lionel Messi not start Inter Miami’s game with Vancouver.
  • Speaking of Vancouver, Ryan Gauld was another easy addition. This is due to Inter Miami’s poor defensive numbers (whisper it…eighth-highest xGA in the league). However, I am also wary of rotation given Vancouver’s Canadian Championship fixture in midweek and the impact this could have on Gauld.
  • My final midfielder is likely to be Cristian Espinoza. Although, he is one of the prime scrub candidates should my bench hit.
  • Upfront, captain Messi (providing he starts) is once again joined by xG+xA beast Christian Benteke, whose DC United side have perhaps the best fixture on paper this week (at home vs Chicago).
  • My final forward slot is up for grabs. It is currently occupied by Jonathan Rodríguez, who has quietly started racking up goals, assists and bonus points in recent weeks. However, I also like the look of Dejan Joveljic, Joāo Klauss and Brian White this week.

@MattSoccerTalk

Notes

  • I think the best defence in the early set of games in DCU. While they like to let in goals, Chicago have been terrible offensively over the past few weeks so I will be rolling with Bono and Herrera, who also gets attacking BPs.
  • I have Benteke on my bench as well because he should have plenty of chances to score against a struggling Chicago backline.
  • Even though he is away from home, I like Lucho this week. The only reason he is on my bench is just based off his timing and the fact all my other mids and forwards are from the late set of games.
  • San Jose, even after playing midweek, should be favourites at home over Austin this week.
  • Espinoza was one of the first names in my team and Rodrigues and Daniel both act as great fallbacks.
  • My other defence picks are up in the air. I’m currently sitting on Totland and Bombito. Totland is playing against a Seattle team that has really struggled to score and I like backing Colorado at home, at least until I see line-ups I like.
  • The late set of games feel like a lot of high scoring opportunities, that is why most of my forwards and midfielders are from those games. Evander and JRod were easy picks based off SKC’s current struggles and Portland’s threatening attack.
  • Puig should have a high floor against Houston even without Paintsil, and the Vancouver vs. Miami game screams 4-3 to me and the two players that will most likely benefit from that are Gauld and, of course, Captain Messi.

@Mahoney

Notes

  • The CLT Defence is on a roll with four clean sheets in a row which helped to a big week with Captain Lucho.
  • I am sticking with double CLT this week with Kahlina and Malanda. I’m also tempted for the triple up.
  • I like the LA matchups this week, watching Puig in person, he is all over the pitch. Bouganga is against a reeling ATL squad so there could be a haul on the road and I may captain him.
  • I have two scrubs now because I like the three bench players and the timing there, Miami are in a late game this week so will have to plan for a line-up surprise, meaning setting an alarm to look at 10pm.

@melvinmbabazi

Notes

  • DEF: Kai Wagner (PHI; 9.7) Kai Wagner has scored seven or more points in five of his last eight outings. He’s averaged 5.17 fantasy points per game over that span. Wagner flashed his attacking upside with a stunning goal to equalize late in Atlanta few weeks back. With the possibility of a clean sheet against Charlotte FC, we should see Wagner continue to thrive as one of Philadelphia’s top attacking threats.
  • MID: Luciano Acosta (CIN; 14.5m); Luciano Acosta continued his run of MVP form in FC Cincinnati’s game last week. The crafty midfielder has found the net in five of his six games with five assists, topping double-digit fantasy points in five of those. I expect him to be back at the top of the heap this round.
  • MID: Riqui Puig (LA;13.9) Puig is second of all midfielders with 108 fantasy points. He’s primed to play a pivotal role in Saturday’s game vs Houston. The Barcelona product has notched a goal contribution in four of his last six games.

Our MLS Fantasy expert provided the best picks for the Round ahead here.

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