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MLS Fantasy Round 6 Team Reveals

We look to the new round of Major League Soccer and take a look at some MLS Fantasy Round 6 team reveals. Our experts come in to reveal their teams, highlight switcheroos, and share their captains for the new round ahead.

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@dmpwright

Notes

  • Most managers should now have sufficient funds to comfortably run two goalkeepers going forward. This week, I have Andre Blake on the front end and Steve Clark as my fallback. While I’m not convinced Philly keep a clean sheet against Minnesota, Blake’s price is reasonable enough to warrant a bench flyer.
  • In defence, I have paired Blake and Clark with Kai Wagner and Franco Escobar, respectively, both of whom make my starting XI. My final starting defender is Brooks Lennon, who I’m backing for returns at both ends of the pitch against Chicago.
  • The two defenders currently on my bench are Sergii Kryvtsov and Jahkeele Marshall-Rutty. I’m not convinced either keeps a clean sheet this week. However, Marshall-Rutty continues to post strong offensive numbers while Kryvtsov is cheap enough to take a punt on in a week where defensive returns look like they could be hard to come by.
  • There doesn’t look to be many standout options in midfield either outside of Lucho Acosta, captaincy candidate Thiago Almada and Riqui Puig.
  • My other picks are Dániel Gazdag and Hany Mukhtar, with Gazdag likely to be a bench play given his limited ceiling outside of goals and assists. Evander, Joseph Paintsil and Robert Taylor are also worthy of consideration, depending on your budget.
  • The forward position is where we’re spoilt for choice this week. Giorgos Giakoumakis and Dejan Joveljic are both locks in my team based on their recent form and favourable home matchups, while the third spot is up for grabs,
  • At the moment I’ve opted for the rejuvenated Federico Bernardeschi. He put up a massive 19 key passes against Atlanta. Although I could see any of Chicho Arango, Christian Benteke, Julián Carranza and Luis Suárez (depending on Inter Miami rotation) doing well this week.

@MattSoccerTalk

Notes

  • This feels like a tough CS week, but the best odds have to be Houston at home against an inconsistent San Jose side. That is why I have Clark, Escobar and Micael. I usually hate tripling up on a defence so I’m hoping my bench hits well so I can scrub Escobar.
  • I’m fully committing to Atlanta this weekend and their attack, which is why I don’t only have Lennon and Almada on my team. But, I’m also captaining Giakoumakis.
  • I see plenty of goals in the Philly – Minnesota game as well, which is why I have both Wagner and Gazdag.
  • Evander continues to collect BPs and score well without any goal involvements. So, he feels like a safe bet against a struggling Vancouver side.
  • The forward position was tough for me this week. I see a ton of viable options and currently have Benteke and Chicho, but am considering Jove, and Carranza as well.
  • Puig should continue his ridiculous BP production against an injury ridden Seattle team. Depending on how matchups are looking, I’d consider adding Jove and Paintsil to my team as well.
  • The one mid spot I’m unsure of is Mukhtar. He very well could have a good game against a Columbus team that is stuck looking ahead their midweek CCC matchup. But, I also like Paintsil and Carlos Gomez this week. Both Seattle and St Louis could give up goals and both those players are likely to be involved.

@Mahoney

Notes

  • 67 points and and a move up to 1358 overall in Round 5.
  • I like Toronto and Atlanta match ups for defence this week.
  • There is lots of options in attack and I have been switching forwards every day. But, I like both LA attacks and Miami possibly for a bounce back.
  • Almada in midfield looks good and may switch captain as not sure I want that for the last match of the round.
  • CLTFC are still low very low xGc so I some hope there the bench can produce though I should free up funds, possibly with Suarez to Insigne in case I need to upgrade a scrub Sunday.

@melvinmbabazi

Notes

  • DEF: Brooks Lennon (ATL; 7.9): Brooks Lennon contributed an assist in Atlanta’s 4-1 dismantling of New England in round 3. He’s in a good spot to turn in another big game at home against Chicago fire on Sunday. Considering Lennon serves up the occasional set piece, he can rack up both attacking and defensive points if the stars align.
  • MID: Thiago Almada (ATL; 9.9m); Thiago Almada will look to help Atlanta United collect points in Sunday’s home game against Chicago fire. The Argentine led the league in assists (19) last year, and he should be heavily involved against a weak Chicago team.
  • MID: Evander (POR:9.5M); Evander is high on shots in the last couple of games and has a decent matchup vs VAN. He has hit seven points in his last two games even without a goal contribution which makes him a good pick.
  • FOR: Denis Bouanga (LAFC; 9.9m); 2023 MLS Golden Boot presented by Audi winner Dénis Bouanga scored two goals and an assist with a total of 19 points last round. He is firing off over 20 shots over the last five games. With LAFC looking to get back to back wins, I’m banking on Bouanga to continue his last week haul vs. Colorado rapids on Saturday.
  • FOR Dejan Joveljic (LA;10.5) ; Jovelic has scored in all scored games this season and has had one or two bonus point in all games and at home against a weak sounders team who let in three goals last week.

@_FutboIOscar

Notes

  • In goal, after two clean sheets in his last three games it’s hard to look part Luka Gavran with a home matchup against SKC.
  • LA Galaxy’s McCarthy is currently my backup should Gavran fail to keep a clean sheet.
  • In defence, I have paired Gavran with Jahkeele Marshall-Rutty after missing out on the Toronto CS last time out and he’s still fairly cheap at $5.9m.
  • My other bench defender will be one of Wagner/Mbaizo depending on what my budget allow.
  • The other starting defenders I have is currently Franco Escobar and Brooks Lennon with their clean sheet and attacking potential.
  • In midfield, Riqui Puig and Thiago Almada were easy locks for me this week with their bonus points production. Luciano Acosta were also a lock in my team despite being away to Charlotte.
  • I’m also looking at Evander who’s scored seven points in back to back weeks without a goal contribution.
  • My final midfielder is currently the Union’s Daniel Gazdag who’s likely to be a bench play.
  • Up front, Dejan Joveljic was a fairly straight forward pick this week after having scored in every round thus far. This week he’s up against a struggling Sounders team so I like his chances of extending his goal scoring streak.
  • Giorgos Giakoumakis also makes my team this round after 4 goals and 1 assist in his last two outings. He’s up against a leaky Chicago team this week at Mercedes-Benz stadium so I expect him to get at least a goal.
  • My last forward spot is currently given to Houston Dynamo’s Ibrahim Aliyu as I like his matchup against San Jose this week.

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