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4 Sorare MLS gems for Gameweek 375

Gameweek 375 could see Seattle Sounders retake top spot in the Western Conference with LAFC due to play the CONCACAF Champions League final next week.

Current leaders of the Eastern Conference, Cincinnati, travel to face Colorado with New England looking to close the gap at the top at home to Chicago, while fellow chasers Nashville also have a fallow week.

101 Great Goals has looked at the data to see which players you should consider picking for the week ahead in your Sorare MLS 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.


Roman Burki

The St Louis goalkeeper had a fine game in the win over Sporting KC, and has been a good scorer this season despite the club suffering an indifferent run of form in recent weeks. After a fine start to the season, just one win in six games had seen them drop down the league table but Burki was one of the standouts in the 4-0 win, making five saves from inside the box to score 96. He is an L5 score of 63 after also scoring well against Colorado Rapids in GW 365 and even with his side enduring a poor run, has had plenty to do in goal.


Michael Boxall

The New Zealander has been consistently performing at the back for Minnesota for a few weeks now. The 66 he scored in the win over Portland Timbers – which came despite receiving a yellow card – was actually a fairly average score given his run of late. An L5 of 65 includes scores of 64, 83, 63 and 78 and with a game to come against Salt Lake, he will fancy another high scoring week.


Connor Ronan

The midfielder has settled right in since joining from Wolves in the January transfer window. The most eye-catching thing about his performances is the creativity he possesses, with three assists to his already in just 14 matches – joint top with the highest tally of his career. With goal also to his name, he has four goal involvements against his name and a high Sorare score. After a disappointing 29 against Atlanta, he bounced back with an assist an score of 68 against Real Salt Lake – despite Colorado losing – after previously recording scores of 87, 91 and 64. He has an L5 of 66 and an L15 of 57 and is one player to keep a close eye on in the coming weeks,


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Will Jackson

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