The Portland Timbers are one of six teams who will play twice in Week 30, which helps Diego Valeri move into JD Bazzo's top three midfielders.
D.C. United and Minnesota United each play twice in Week 29, which means Wayne Rooney figures to be a very popular fantasy option.
Week 28 of the FMLS season is a short four-game slate that includes two games for New York City FC, which means fantasy players will have to choose their four NYC players carefully.
There are eight teams playing twice in Week 27, which helps push Toronto FC's Sebastian Giovinco to the top of one of JD Bazzo's positional rankings.
The Red Bulls will play two games in Week 26, but RotoWire's JD Bazzo thinks Josef Martinez has a higher ceiling in one game than Bradley Wright-Phillips does in two.
With two home matches in Week 25, LA FC's Carlos Vela takes one of the top spots in JD Bazzo's positional rankings.
A home match against Minnesota United is usually a recipe for success, which is why Zlatan Ibrahimovic takes a top spot in JD Bazzo's weekly positional rankings.
Josef Martinez has 24 goals in 23 games this season, including nine in his last five, and RotoWire's JD Bazzo is expecting his red-hot play to continue Saturday against Toronto.
New York City FC will play two games in Week 22, but that isn't quite enough to make Maximiliano Moralez the top midfielder in JD Bazzo's weekly positional rankings.
The spring season of MLS Fantasy is fast approaching, and Diego Fagundez takes a high spot in Adam Zdroik's Week 21 rankings because of the Revolution's two games.
NYC FC is one of three teams with two games in Week 20, which helps push Maximiliano Moralez to the top of one of Adam Zdroik's positional rankings.
The Houston Dynamo are one of 11 teams that will play twice in Week 19, which helps push Alberth Elis near the top of JD Bazzo's positional rankings.
Orlando City has allowed multiple goals in seven consecutive matches, and they now have to figure out how to contain Josef Martinez and Atlanta United.
There are no overwhelming favorites in Week 17 of the MLS Fantasy season, but we still see some regulars at the top of JD Bazzo's positional rankings, including Atlanta's Miguel Almiron.
After struggling at Philadelphia last week, Sebastian Giovinco has a great opportunity to bounce back at home against D.C. United, pushing him to the top of one of JD Bazzo's positional rankings.
A home match against the Rapids is always one to exploit in MLS Fantasy, which is why Alberth Elis takes one of the top spots in JD Bazzo's weekly positional rankings.
Atlanta United plays two matches in Week 14, which means Josef Martinez is likely to be on plenty of fantasy rosters as he tops one of JD Bazzo's positional rankings.
A home match against D.C. United puts Carlos Vela at the top of one of JD Bazzo's positional rankings this week, and he figures to be a very popular fantasy choice.
Two teams will play twice in Week 12, but that's not enough to push Josef Martinez out of JD Bazzo's top three forwards in his weekly positional rankings.
Many fantasy managers are likely to key on Carlos Vela because LA FC has two games in Week 11, but Diego Rossi is also high in JD Bazzo's positional rankings.
Toronto FC is off to a slow start after reaching the final of the CONCACAF Champions League, but RotoWire's JD Bazzo is expecting them to break out this weekend, led by Sebastian Giovinco.
A matchup at home against Seattle should be enough to put Carlos Vela at the top of this week's forward rankings, but JD Bazzo has a different attacker ahead of the LA FC star.
Bradley Wright-Phillips has three goals in his last two MLS starts, and he'll look to extend his streak Saturday at home to the Chicago Fire.
NYC FC will play two games in Week 7, which should help make Maxi Moralez one of the highest owned players.
Carlos Vela bagged a brace against the Galaxy last weekend, and he'll look to extend his goal streak to three games Saturday at Atlanta.
RotoWire's JD Bazzo is expecting Atlanta United to dominate at Minnesota United on Saturday, which helps push Miguel Almiron to a top spot in his positional rankings.
Bradley Wright-Phillips didn't start the Red Bulls' first two MLS games of the season, but RotoWire's JD Bazzo is expecting him back in the first XI and wreaking havoc Saturday against Minnesota.
Nemanja Nikolic bagged a brace in the Fire's season opener last week, and he looks poised to add to his goal total Saturday at Minnesota.
David Villa picked up an assist in the season opener at Sporting KC, but he'll look to score the goals himself when NYC FC host the Galaxy on Sunday.
A home match against expansion side LAFC helps push Nicolas Lodeiro to the top of the midfielder composite rankings for Round 1, but he wasn't an unanimous top choice among our MLS experts.