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Fantasy AnalysisTaylor suffered the injury on a non-contact play while trying to cut back to defend Darlington Nagbe. Taylor got the start in place of the injured David Villa, who is sidelined with a hamstring injury, which doesn't help matters with NYC FC slating to play again Friday in Chicago.
Fantasy AnalysisRimando was with the US Men's National Team for Wednesday's international friendly against Mexico, but he was back at it Saturday, though it was hardly a good result. RSL have now gone scoreless in back-to-back matches after beating San Jose 1-0 back on April 5. Up next is a Saturday trip to face the Revolution.
Fantasy AnalysisMattocks has been a fairly solid performer of late, scoring two goals and assisting on another in his last three games. With consistent playing time, he seems all but certain to pass his career-high of seven goals, which he netted back in 2012.
Fantasy AnalysisOusted has made at least four saves in five of seven matches this season, and he is tied with D.C. United's Bill Hamid for third in MLS with 22.
Fantasy AnalysisHernandez was considered questionable due to the ailment, and Kwame Watson-Siriboe will get the start in his place.
Fantasy AnalysisDiskerud's absence will be magnified, as NYC FC are also without David Villa, who left Thursday's game against Philadelphia with a hamstring injury.
Fantasy AnalysisVilla was highly questionable after being forced out of Thursday's game against Philadelphia due to the ailment. Khiry Shelton, Patrick Mullins and Tony Taylor will start up top in the 4-3-3.
Fantasy AnalysisDempsey lasted 70 minutes after playing for the US Men's National Team on Wednesday, and he now has an assist in both of his last two starts. On the season, Dempsey has three goals and three assists in four appearances, and he remains an elite fantasy option.
Fantasy AnalysisAfter going scoreless in the first four matches of the season, the Rapids have turned it on of late, particularly Torres, who has two goals and one assist in his last two games. Torres is now just one goal shy of his MLS career-high, and he seems to be linking up well with Dillon Powers, who set him up Saturday.
Fantasy AnalysisAfter failing to score in their first four games of the season, the Rapids are finally starting to turn it on, even with just one goal Saturday. Powers has picked up an assist in back-to-back games, as well as netting last weekend against Dallas, putting him on a solid pace to break his mark of nine assists last season.