DEFENDER: Danny Rose – £4.8m (Home v Swansea, Away v QPR)
It’s a Double Gameweek for Spurs following their Capital One Cup Final disappointment, and so whilst that means that you can probably guess at a couple of names which will leap off the page a little further down from these words, defender Danny Rose is also worth some of your time.
Having won his battle with Ben Davies for the left-back slot, Rose has two goals and three assists this season and is a useful weapon raiding forward down the left.
Spurs really need two wins at home to Swansea and away to QPR, and Rose can play his part.
MIDFIELDER: Christian Eriksen – £8.4m (Home v Swansea, Away v QPR)
Disappointing in the Capital One Cup final – although he still saw a free-kick hit the crossbar – Christian Eriksen will be vitally important in two games his side have to win.
Spurs play well when Eriksen plays well, and your team can benefit from the Great Dane this Gameweek, too.
FORWARD: Daniel Sturridge – £11.2m (Home v Burnley)
QPR are the other team facing a Double Gameweek, but fixtures against Arsenal and Tottenham don’t offer much hope for any goals for Charlie Austin.
Instead, and if you can afford him, it might pay to trust in Daniel Sturridge returning to the Liverpool starting lineup for the visit of Burnley to Anfield, a match which promises goals and the chance for the Reds to keep up their excellent form in a chase for a top four place.
THE OUTSIDER: Sadio Mane – £6.6m (Home v Crystal Palace)
Southampton are fading fast, but in Sadio Mane they have a livewire winger who can cause most teams problems on his day.
One of those days could well come at home to Crystal Palace, a match which suddenly seems crucial to the Saints and one in which they’ll need to impress in order to quell any lasting doubts.
THE CAPTAIN: Harry Kane – £6.2m (Home v Swansea, Away v QPR)
You knew this was coming didn’t you?
Harry Kane’s ownership percentage has now reached a huge 45.1% and the Spurs forward will go into battle over 180 minutes with the hopes of plenty of Fantasy managers riding on him.
This really is a no-brainer this week, and hopefully Kane can deliver for everyone.