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MLS Fantasy Round 2 Team Reveals

Here we take a look at some MLS Fantasy Round 2 team reveals. We bring in some of the best MLS Fantasy managers around to reveal their teams, plans around switcheroos, captaincy and rational behind some of their picks.

Our MLS Fantasy Round 2 team reveals can be hugely helpful for readers. The fact that managers can replace their entire squad every round can be overwhelming but our experts are here to help you pick the best players and shape your squad for the next set of fixtures.

Note: All team reveals are subject to change as we head towards the deadline.

@dmpwright

Notes

  • Atlanta are the team on a bye this week, so look to them for scrubs where possible.
  • In goal, I’m running Yohei Takaoka as my primary goalkeeper and Andrew Thomas as a fallback. Both Vancouver and Seattle have favourable home games this week and, at $4.9m, Thomas is too good an option to pass up with Stefan Frei likely still out with a hamstring injury.
  • I have paired Thomas with the cheapest starting defenders from Seattle, Nouhou and Alex Roldán. Although I may look to upgrade one of them to Jackson Ragen if I can find an extra $0.5m.
  • My other two defenders, Sam Junqua and Omar Campos, are value plays from the early games, while Aiden McFadden is my only scrub for now. Downgrading Junqua to Herbert Endeley, who should also start for Dallas, is an option should I need to free up funds.
  • In midfield, Carles Gil and Ryan Gauld have favourable home openers and are locks in my team, with Gil currently my captain.
  • I also like the look of Emil Forsberg, who put up eight points against Nashville without a goal or an assist, and Mateusz Bogusz, who scored and generated several bonus points as an out-of-position forward against Seattle on the opening weekend.
  • My final midfield spot goes to Sebastian Kowalczyk, another value pick who is playing in an advanced role for Houston at the moment and could do well at home to New York Red Bulls.
  • Upfront, several of the premium forwards appeal this week, with Denis Bouanga, Lionel Messi and Brian White currently in my team.
  • Despite an away fixture against Minnesota, I may still look to squeeze in bonus magnet Cucho Hernández, with Bouanga, who is also on the road, the most likely to make way.

@MattSoccerTalk

Notes

  • A tough matchweek 1 left me fairly poor in the bank so I’ve had to make some tough budget decisions. The first one is that I’ve committed to Andrew Thomas in goal. Austin will continue to struggle, but with both Nathan and Yeimar out, I’m not convinced that Seattle will keep a CS.
  • That being said, I currently have both Alex Roldan and Nouhou from Seattle. Roldan has a decent chance of attacking returns, but Nouhou is more of a placeholder that I will run with if I don’t see a line-up I would rather target.
  • I have both Gauld and Veselinovic because I’m expecting Vancouver to dominate that home game against Charlotte.
  • Having Puig, Paintsil and Espinoza is my of tapping into what should be a high scoring Cali Classico. Which is also why I gave Puig the armband this week.
  • At this point Messi should be a lock in most teams and Bouagna, with his KP floor and LAFC’s dominate history against RSL, also should be a no brainer.
  • Sealy and Endeley, the Dallas players on my bench, are two cheap options that give me 1) a decent shot at a return, specifically Sealy and 2) should help me with my budget woes with a decent price rise going into week 3.

@_FutboIOscar

Notes

  • My primary goalkeeper for round 2 will be Andrew Thomas, the Sounders GK is deputising for the injured Stefan Frei and he presents good value at $4.9m. Should Thomas fail, I’ll be looking at Revs goalkeeper Henrich Ravas with a favourable matchup at home to Toronto FC.
  • In defence, I’ve picked Juan Mosquera and Omar Campos who both showed their attacking potential in the opening week of the season with an assist each.
  • I’m also looking at Birk Risa and Sam Junqua with both having decent chances of a CS in their respective matchup.
  • My final defender is Malanda with a good chance of a price increase.
  • Carles Gil, Lucho Acosta and Ryan Gauld were all easy inclusions this week with favourable matchups on paper.
  • I’ve also included Philadelphia Union youngster Quinn Sullivan who started the season with an assist and he followed that up with a goal and an assist in the CCC in midweek.
  • My final midfielder is Sebastian Kowalczyk, the Polack played OOP as one of the two strikers in the opening week and at $4.8m he could be a steal if he continues in the striker position.
  • In attack, it’s pretty straightforward with Lionel Messi, Cucho Hernandez and Dante Sealy all being obvious inclusions.
  • Lionel Messi will wear the armband again in GW2.

@Mahoney

Notes

  • Round 1 points = 110 and a rank of 1348. Hits – Malanda, Messi, Gressell and my misses were – Roberts, Enzo Copetti who gave a PK to a teammate.
  • This week I am going with three Miami at home against Orlando who are also playing in Club Champs.
  • Gauld at home in the opener though against Malanda who I am holding from Charlotte.
  • I like Gil at home vs Toronto and I like the Seattle defence at home as well so doubling up there.

@melvinmbabazi

Notes

  • This is my MLS Fantasy Round 2 team so far.
  • Goalkeeper: Thomas (SEA; $4.9m): Best clean sheet odds this week. Home vs a Driussi-less Austin.
  • Forward: Denis Bouanga (LAFC; $ 9.5m) – Playing a team with a weak defence and looked impressive in Round 1.
  • Midfielder: Luciano Acosta (CIN; $9.4m); Luciano Acosta got eight points last week with no contributions and could get lots of points this week with the new points scoring.
  • Defender: Omar Campos (LAFC; $5.8M): Good defender and has a game vs Real Salt Lake who is a favourable matchup for a clean sheet.

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