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Fantasy Focus: Sittin’ on the Vako the bay

Watching the points roll in

SOCCER: JUN 26 MLS - Houston Dynamo at San Jose Earthquakes Photo by Cody Glenn/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images

Make Amarikwa Great Again led the league this round, coming in with 162 points.

Meanwhile, Demonbarber19 is still the overall leader by three points.

Positional Leaders

Goalkeepers

Daniel Vega’s (SJ, $5.5) two clean sheets helped him to 17 points, leading all goalkeepers. Brian Rowe (ORL, $5.5) was scored on from beyond midfield by Wayne Rooney, and he also posted a clean sheet on the way to 13 points, while D.C.’s own Bill Hamid ($6.4) had a clean sheet and 12 points.

Defenders

A trio of San Jose defenders set the pace this round, led by Tommy Thompson ($6.0) with 24 points on two clean sheets and a goal. Close behind him was Florian Jungwirth ($6.5) with two clean sheets and 22 points, and also Marcos Lopez ($5.0), who did the same for 17 points. For DCU, Steven Birnbaum ($7.0) led with 14 points, followed by Frederic Brillant ($6.9) with 13 points, Leonardo Jara ($6.3) with 12, Joseph Mora ($6.5) with 8, Chris McCann ($4.4) with 2, and Marquinhos Pedroso ($4.7) with 1.

Midfielders

San Jose’s Vako ($7.0) came into this round having scored 31 points thus far this season, and then he doubled his output for the season by scoring 31 more points on 3 goals and an assist over two games, leading all midfielders and all players. Maxi Moralez (NYC, $11.5) broke up the Earthquake-fest by compiling two goals, two assists, and 23 points, but Magnus Eriksson ($8.0) brought it back for San Jose with 18 points on the strength of just an assist. United’s midfield featured Luciano Acosta ($9.7) with 10 points, Russell Canouse ($7.0) with 9, Lucas Rodriquez ($7.0) with 8, Chris Durkin ($5.8) with 6, Ulises Segura ($5.7) with 5, and Zoltan Stieber ($5.8) with 2.

Forwards

Wayne Rooney ($11.5) led all forwards with 20 points on the strength of two goals. NYC’s Valentin Castellanos ($7.5) scored two goals and earned two penalties on the way to 17 points, and Kacper Przybylko (PHI, $7.5) rounded out the top three with 15 points on two goals. D.C.’s other scoring forward was Quincy Amarikwa ($5.5), with 2 points.

Looking Ahead

We’ve got another round with a bunch of teams playing twice: NYC, Seattle, Orlando, Philadelphia, Chicago, Atlanta, Minnesota, San Jose, Kansas City, LAFC, Houston, the Red Bulls, RSL, and Columbus. In goal, I’m leaning towards saving money with Matt Freese (PHI, $4.0) and his home/away with Orlando. In defense I like Tristan Blackmon (LA, $4.5) at Kansas City and vs. Vancouver, and in the midfield bet on Jamiro Monteiro (PHI, $9.8). At forward, I like Carlos Quintero (MIN, $10.5) with games vs. San Jose and at Montreal.