After doolsta's incredible eMLS treble last season, in which he won all three events, we might have another sweep in this season's eMLS. It all comes down to eMLS Cup— and the field is set.
FC Cincinnati's Fiddle took home the League Series Two crown over the weekend in Portland after winning League Series One in January. As such, he sits comfortably atop the qualification standings, now aiming to complete his trophy sweep. Right behind him is Atlanta United newcomer Paulo Neto, ranking second in qualification.
Neto isn't the only newcomer to make noise, with exraa (Vancouver), RemiMartinn (LAFC) and Adamou (New York Red Bulls) all qualifying for eMLS Cup. Last year's breakout star doolsta just made qualification too, this season with Nashville SC.
The top 11 players are into eMLS Cup, while the final place will be earned through the last chance bracket, featuring the other 14 competitors.
eMLS Cup 2020 takes place in Austin, Texas on March 21. Can Fiddle make it a treble or will we have someone new on the trophy stand?