FC Cincinnati could extend their lead at the top of the Eastern Conference in MLS as they look for a sixth win on the bounce in Gameweek 377 on Sorare.
They host struggling Chicago Fire while nearest challengers Nashville face the challenge trip to FC Dallas and Philadelphia Union face Montreal, while in the Western Conference Seattle Sounders will be hoping to bounce back from defeat with a win to extend their lead at the top of the division.
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.
Philadelphia have been in great form of late, picking up five wins out of six - the only game they didn’t win was a goalless draw with DC United - and four clean sheets in that period. It means they are up in third in the Eastern Conference and the form of Andre Blake has been important, with only Nashville conceding fewer goals so far this season in that half of MLS - albeit they are still averaging a goal against per game. In that run of form, Blake has scored 74, 49, 74, 60, 61 and most recently 65 in the 1-0 win over Charlotte. If the Philadelphia defence continues to perform, expect Blake to keep scoring well.
English defender Elliott has been another who has benefited from Philadelphia’s fine run of form. The centre-back has an L5 of 63 following very consistent scores of 40, 68, 65, 71 and 71 with one assist to his name along with three clean sheets. With a home game against 10th-placed Montreal to come, they will fancy their chances of extending that run.
The Argentinean midfielder returned from injury to get the decisive goal from the bench for Austin in the 2-1 win over Minnesota during the week. Driussi has had a huge impact on the club since arriving as a Designated Player, and his month-long absence with a groin injury will provide a boost to the side and will certainly be one to keep an eye on if you can get him into your side just as he comes back. He has an L40 score of 61 which suggests his long-term form and already has three goals and an assist this season, backing up a brilliant effort of 22 goals and one assist last season.
Sporting KC had been struggling in the Western Conference until their recent back-to-back victories picked them up to 11th place in the division, and Hungarian striker Salloi has been a big part of that with three goals in his last five. In those recent wins he has a goal apiece in each of them, adding an assist in the most recent win over Dallas from out wide and those performances have been reflected in his Sorare scores, with scores of 94, 79 and 90 in recent weeks contributing to an L5 of 71.