Sorare LaLiga

4 Sorare LaLiga gems for Gameweek 371

Gameweek 371 sees Barcelona take on local rivals Espanyol as they look to wrap up the LaLiga title for the first time since 2019.

Xavi’s side are 13 points clear of Atletico Madrid and 14 clear of Real Madrid and with five games to go, one more victory would put them out of distance and against their Catalan foes, while Atletico travel to Elche and Real Madrid host Getafe.

101 Great Goals has looked at the data to see which players you should consider picking for the week ahead in your Sorare LaLiga team, analysing the most in-form players judging by their last five average scores and looked at who each player is to come up against in the next gameweek to suggest who you should pick in your side.


David Soria

Yes, Getafe have the unenviable task of travelling to the Bernabeau to face Real Madrid, but that could actually play into David Soria’s hands. The goalkeeper has been in brilliant form despite his side struggling at the bottom end of the table, and another busy game could benefit his Sorare results. Of his last eight matches, seven of them have seen scores of above 64 and an over last five average rating (L5) of 59 shows that while his side is suffering, he is thriving.

A 0-0 draw against Barcelona among those scores shows that they can keep out the best attacks, so don’t be put off putting him in by the opposition.


Nahuel Molina

That Atletico Madrid have a strong defence is not new news. Apart from Barcelona, they have the best defence in LaLiga with just 26 goals conceded all season and Molina has been a regular part of that as an attacking full-back. In his first season in European football, Molina has excelled and if anything, is only getting better. Recent scores of 66, 80, 73, 60, 62 and 60 put him up among the best players around on Sorare at the moment with an L5 of 67.

An away trip to Elche is favourable to Atletico with the basement club unlikely to cause them many problems. Molina’s attacking stats are up there with the best in his position across Europe according to fbref, so he is a sure bet to score well once more.


Yannick Carrasco

Yannick Carrasco is another Atletico player who will be looking to take advantage of the leaky Elche defence. His recent performances give him an L5 of 67 but most importantly, his attacking returns according to fbref are outstanding when compared to his peers. The number of take-ons, shot-creating actions, progressive passes and touches in the opponent’s area are all among the top 1% of all players in his role, so he is clearly an integral part of the Atletico attack.


Sebastien Lino

The Valencia forward, on loan from Atletico, has found a rich vein of form of late with three goals in his last four outings. Lino has not been a star performer all season, generally averaging around the 30-40 mark but has shown glimpses of his potential. That has translated into an improved run of form of late with three scores of 62 and above in his last four outings, the highest of which was an 82 against Cadiz. Valencia need more goals from Lino if they are to survive the drop this season, and a trip to Celta Vigo could go some way to securing their safety.

Will Jackson

Will Jackson

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