Experts chime in on Round 3 with last-second tips and pointers | MLS Fantasy Advice

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Jason Saghini

Andrew Wiebe

Ben Jata

The biggest fantasy mistake I see right now is people jumping to conclusions after two weeks (for some teams, only one game!). No need to rush to judgment and throw your team off by wasting a wildcard or making five trades in a week.

The Timbers are not going to struggle to score goals all season and New York aren't going to go winless for 15 straight weeks. Feel free to tweak your team and add some cheaper players who are performing butdon't give up on your stars before the early-season dust has settled.

CONCACAF Champions League hangovers are real, and with that in mind, I'd steer clear of any incoming transfers from the LA Galaxy, San Jose Earthquakes and Sporting KC.

If you've already got 'em, hold onto them (apart from LA -- beware those upcoming byes), but don't go seeking out the Graham Zusis and Chris Wondolowskis of the MLS Fantasy world. Instead, hot hands like Toronto FC and Columbus are primed for some transfer traffic.

Injuries are abuzz this week so be on the lookout for several key players both missing and returning to action.

Chad Marshall, Norberto Paparatto, Jay DeMerit, Brad Evans, Bobby Burling, Javier Morales, Austin Berry, Chance Myers, Michael Parkhurst, Kelyn Rowe and Clint Irwin are all either out or questionable so manual substitutions will be extremely crucial to your team's success this round if you own any of these players.

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