The campaign continues! We take a look at MLS Fantasy Round 28 team reveals from some of the most experienced managers around. They share their thoughts on their teams going into the new round including captaincy.
Looking at MLS Fantasy Round 28 team reveals can be extremely beneficial for new managers. Seeing some of the best assets, who managers will be looking to captain and their general thoughts can help bring clarity within our own teams.
- In goal, I have opted for Jonathan Sirois, with Stefan Frei as my backup. Montreal play twice at Stade Saputo in Round 28 and boast the seventh-best defence at home (0.97 xGA and 9.87 shots allowed per game). Seattle also have two favourable home matchups. I have paired Sirois with bonus point magnet Joel Waterman, who should return after suspension, while Frei is one third of Seattle defensive triple up alongside Yeimar Gómez and Jackson Ragen, both of whom, like Corbo, are capable of high defensive bonus point production.
- My other defenders are offensive picks in Álvaro Barreal and Brooks Lennon. Although I am wary of FC Cincinnati resting some of their starters now they’ve secured the Supporters’ Shield.
- Lucho Acosta is locked in my midfield if he starts against the Red Bulls.
- Thiago Almada and Ryan Gauld are also assured of a place in my squad thanks to their matchups, with the Atlanta number 10 currently my pick for captaincy this week.
- Dániel Gazdag makes the squad again. However, is relegated to the bench following his and Philadelphia’s off-colour showing in Round 27.
- My final midfield spot is up for grabs and currently occupied by Facundo Torres. He is on a run of six goals in his last eight games as Orlando attempt to secure second in the Eastern Conference.
- Upfront, Brian White is once again a lock in my team. The Vancouver striker is third in MLS for xG per game (0.60) and added a further two goals to his tally in Round 27.
- The only two players with a higher xG per game this season than Brian White are Cucho Hernández and Giorgos Giakoumakis. With Giakoumakis one yellow card from suspension, it is Cucho that makes my team this week despite two away games.
- My final forward spot goes to Jesús Ferreira. Providing Dallas do not rotate again, I think Ferreira stands a good chance of returns in home games against Colorado and San Jose, with Colorado ranked bottom in MLS for xGA per game (1.88) away from home.
- In goal, I’m looking at Jonathan Sirois as one of my goalkeepers with two home games. Maxime Crépeau will be my fallback should Sirois concede against Houston.
- In defence, I’ve included Lovitz and Zimmermann in my team as part of a defensive double up.
- I’m also looking at DeJuan Jones and Alvaro Barreal, with Thiago Martins being a single gameweek fallback.
- In midfield, Hany Mukhtar, Luciano Acosta and Ryan Gauld were all easy inclusions for me this week. One of them is very likely to be my captain for this round.
- My last two midfield picks is Facundo Torres and Sebastian Driussi with the latter having two home games.
- Up front, Brian White was an easy inclusion following his 21 pointer in the previous round. Cucho Hernandez and Leonardo Campana makes up my last two forward spots this week.
- It was a solid week with 131 points and a move up to 1165 overall, gw rank of 475.
- Lots of doubles again this week so lots to pick from.
- I think Miami will get the best from a few players.
- Swiderski is hot and Shaqiri always kills CLT as bench auto-sub options.
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