Jose Mourinho’s side have one of the kindest runs of opening opponents, facing just one of last season’s top eight sides in the first eight Gameweeks.
|1||EVE (H)||2||5||WHU (H)||2|
|2||SOU (A)||2||6||BUR (A)||3|
|3||NEW (H)||2||7||BHA (H)||2|
|4||MUN (A)||4||8||WBA (A)||2|
Son Heung-min (£9.0m) was Spurs’ most impressive player under Mourinho in FPL last season. He averaged 5.9 points per match (ppm) from Gameweek 13 onwards following the Portuguese's arrival.
The Spurs attacker was involved in 46 per cent of Spurs’ goals for Mourinho, more than any other player.
Interest in Harry Kane (£10.5m) could also rise after his strong end to 2019/20.
He scored seven goals in nine appearances from Gameweek 30+ onwards, joint-top with Danny Ings (£8.5m) among FPL forwards.
Crucially, Kane had the best record of any Spurs player against their first eight opponents last term.
He scored eight goals and supplied one assist in his 12 meetings, while Son produced three goals and five assists.
Elsewhere, Dele Alli (£8.0m) could be a big differential, with just 0.9 per cent ownership. When selected, he played a part in 43 per cent of Spurs’ goals under Mourinho.
The schedule can also boost Serge Aurier’s (£5.5m) potential to bring in points at both ends of the pitch. The right-back combined one goal and seven assists with nine clean sheets in 2019/20.
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