At home, Kane faces just one of last season’s top 10 sides in Spurs’ first 10 fixtures.
And Arsenal’s Aubameyang plays just two of last term’s top seven in his first eight at Emirates Stadium.
Crucially, Aubameyang and Kane’s fixtures also rotate home and away.
|GW||Home match||GW||Home match|
|1||TOT v AVL||9||TOT v WAT|
|2||ARS v BUR||10||ARS v CRY|
|3||TOT v NEW||11||ARS v WOL|
|4||ARS v TOT||12||TOT v SHU|
|5||TOT v CRY||13||ARS v SOU|
|6||ARS v AVL||14||TOT v BOU|
|7||TOT v SOU||15||ARS v BHA|
|8||ARS v BOU||16||TOT v BUR|
By selecting one of the pair as their FPL captain for home matches, managers can use the fixture list to their advantage.
On only two of the first 16 Gameweeks would their captain come up against an opponent who finished in the top 10 last term.
Aubameyang was one of the most reliable scorers at home last season.
The Arsenal man netted 13 goals at his home ground, placing third overall in FPL.
Although Kane scored just six goals at home, the underlying statistics show he was very unlucky.
The pair were identical for shots on target in home matches, with 20 apiece.
Kane’s prospects are also be boosted by Spurs’ move to Tottenham Hotspur Stadium, which ended their spell at Wembley Stadium.
In his last full season at the club's old White Hart Lane stadium, he scored 17 of his 29 goals in home matches.
If he can rediscover his eye for goal in Spurs' heartland, he could make a devastating captaincy pairing with Aubameyang in the opening months of 2019/20.
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