The early-season form of Harry Kane (£10.7m) and Son Heung-min (£9.3m) continues to richly reward managers in Fantasy Premier League.
Kane scored twice and supplied an assist to earn 16 points for the second successive Gameweek, while Son collected 13 points thanks to a goal and an assist.
They are now the top-scoring players in the game, with Kane holding a slight advantage over his team-mate by 60 points to 58.
The underlying statistics show why Kane and Son have enjoyed such a successful start to 2020/21 FPL.
Kane’s 25 shots, 13 shots on target and seven big chances created are all league-leading totals.
Meanwhile, Son’s seven big chances and 16 chances created both rank among the top two players.
Son and Kane were the most-selected captains in Gameweek 5, being handed the armband by 1.18 million and 1.14m managers respectively.
And Spurs’ short-term schedule suggests they will continue to be key picks for the captaincy in FPL.
That combination of form and fixtures have made the Spurs pair the top targets ahead of Friday’s 18:30 BST deadline.
They are the most-bought players in the Gameweek, with 290,000+ managers rushing to Son and 265,000+ bringing in Kane.
Having at least one of them is an obvious move. And owning both, with one of them as captain, looks a very tempting tactic.
The two highest-scoring players are clearly strong picks. However, I only want one Spurs attacker from Gameweek 9. I'm sticking with Mohamed Salah (£12.3m), Sadio Mane (£11.9m) and Son, and hoping they can match Kane's returns.
There's no better attacking double-up right now than Kane and Son. Kane has been directly involved in 12 Premier League goals already this season, which is a record after five Gameweeks.
The double-up definitely looks viable. Kane is a legitimate captain with penalties in his locker, and Son looks like he could come close to matching the Manchester City and Liverpool midfield premiums for £2m less.
Not only am I in on Kane and Son, but I'm considering adding Gareth Bale (£9.5m) to the mix. That said, Chelsea trio Timo Werner (£9.3m), Christian Pulisic (£8.3m) and Kai Havertz (£8.4m) could probably do a similar trick for slightly less money.
I'm lucky enough to have both but, with the introduction of Bale, corners and free-kicks for the two have been dealt a blow. The three big-hitters I favour at the moment are Kane, Salah and Raheem Sterling (£11.5m).
I'm relieved to have added Son to my side, but fear it's the double-up that could almost be necessary right now. Kane has superior goal and assist threat and is a more reliable captain option over the coming weeks.