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MLS Fantasy Round 15 Team Reveals

We look to the new round of Major League Soccer. Here we share some MLS Fantasy Round 15 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 15 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 15 team reveals are subject to change.

@dmpwright

Notes

  • I’ve gone with Carlos Coronel as my primary goalkeeper, as the New York Red Bulls have arguably the best fixtures on paper this round. Hugo Lloris will be my fallback should Coronel concede vs Charlotte, with LAFC also facing two winnable home fixtures this week.
  • In defence, I’ve paired Lloris with Maxime Chanot, who is quietly racking up bonus points, and Coronel with Cameron Harper. With three goals in as many appearances, Harper reeks slightly of points chasing. For that reason (and given he’s not assured of starting both games), I may opt for someone like John Tolkin instead.
  • I’m fairly settled on my other three defenders. Jordi Alba, Kai Wagner and Maya Yoshida all generally do well from a bonus point perspective and also play twice at home, with Chanot and Yoshida my likely scrubs should my bench hit.
  • My midfield is also fairly settled, with Evander, Emil Forsberg, Daniel Gázdag and Riqui Puig all locked in.
  • Gázdag’s Fantasy point production has historically been quite goal dependent and for that reason he makes do with a place on my bench. However, my fifth midfield slot is up for grabs. Both Carlos Andrés Gómez and Lewis Morgan have been on a tear so far this season and are in contention, as is Cristian Olivera from a fixtures perspective. Gómez has the spot for now, but that might change nearer the deadline.
  • Assuming they start, both Lionel Messi and Luis Suárez are no-brainers upfront given Inter Miami’s fixtures. I’m similarly bullish on Denis Bouanga given his recent form and fixtures this week. Although, I can see for an argument for Chicho Arango, Christian Benteke and Julián Carranza.

@MattSoccerTalk

Notes

  • In large DGWs like this, I always go for a two scrub autoroo. It is nice that Columbus is on a bye this week to make potential pivots that much easier.
  • The best CS chances this week, in my opinion, are NYRB and Miami. That is why I have Callender, Alba, and Tolkin.
  • I think Philly concede, but Wagner’s attacking potential for that game can’t be ignored. Lloris seems like a logical fallback just based off timing, but I’m hoping to be able to scrub him right away.
  • I love LAFC’s home fixtures this week which is why I have both Bouanga and Olivera. If I wasn’t going to captain Messi, Bouanga would be my first choice captain as well.
  • Similarly, Philly’s attack feels like a must own this week. But, because of the unpredictable nature of that team, I have Carranza and Gazdag on my bench.
  • Puig and Evander both have a really safe floor and potential to do well in attack this week as well.
  • My last pick this week is between Forsberg and Morgan. Both could pop off, but I always have a hard time predicting which one in which game. Regardless, I want an attacking piece of that NYRB team.

@Mahoney

Notes

  • It was another good round last week with double CLT defence though i got the wrong captain choice.
  • It is a DGW for some, SGW for NYC, NE, SJ, SEA, and blank for Columbus.
  • I am likely going for an only a one scrub strategy here.
  • CLT have two games on the road so I will be benching here but should score.
  • Does Messi play both in a week? Hopefully since he didn’t travel last round.
  • I like LAFC with two home matchups.
  • May switch the Gressel slot but we shall see.

@melvinmbabazi

Notes

  • DEF: Hugo Lloris (LAFC ;7.2m): Three straight clean sheets have been achieved by Hugo Lloris and LAFC, including two in a row away from home. The Black and Gold will now host a two-game home stand in Round 15 at BMO Stadium. To cap off the weekend, they will play FC Dallas, a team that has lost all six of its road games this year.
  • DEF: Kai Wagner (PHI; 9.2): For Philadelphia, Kai Wagner has contributed to back-to-back away shutouts and has averaged seven fantasy points per game in his last five games. The Union has a good DGW with home games against CF Montréal and Toronto FC, two teams that have experienced their fair share of road tribulations.
  • MID: Riqui Puig (LA; 14.4m) In addition to scoring a goal, Riqui Puig scored six bonus points, which secured his berth on the Round 14 Dream Team. The Spanish player is still a walking fantasy point machine, and with two tantalising matchups coming up, you can count on Puig to have another successful round.
  • FOR: Messi (MIA; 14.5M); Given his history, it would be risky to fade him as long as he is in the starting line-up. He will probably remain the centre of attention for the Miami attack against Atlanta United FC and St. Louis City SC. There aren’t many players that are capable of putting together a 50-point haul over two matches. I am tattooing the Captain’s armband on him after he was rested in Round 14.

Our MLS Fantasy expert reels off the top picks for Round 15 here.

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