#1 Luka Stojanovic – $5M – Average Points: 10.00
Bringing home the number one spot for MLS Fantasy sleepers in week two is Luka Stojanovic of the Chicago Fire. Stojanovic remains at a $5 million price tag despite scoring a goal and collecting 10 fantasy points in week one.
Stojanovic only played 65 minutes in the game, but during that time, he made three shot-creating actions and constantly positioned himself in dangerous places on the pitch. The Serbian received six progressive passes, which according to FBref.com, means that he received a pass that moved the ball towards the opponents’ goal at least 10 yards from its furthest point or any completed pass into the penalty area. Indicating that the 27-year-old has a nose for goal.
Expect for the Fire to continue its impressive style of soccer as they travel south to take on Atlanta United. Chicago led the entire Eastern Conference in Expected goals (xG) last season with a 1.69 xG per 90 minutes. After week one, they are currently fifth with 2.2 xG per 90 minutes.
Stojanovic is currently only owned by 3.97% of all MLS fantasy managers.
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