As Fantasy Premier League managers can now select their 15-man squads, The Scout analyses standout budget and premium players in each position.
But their three contests in between those two encounters lift Kane’s potential as a major captaincy pick.
Kane enjoyed the most successful Fantasy season of his career in 2020/21.
The Golden Boot winner scored 23 goals and also supplied 14 assists, tallying 242 points.
That helped him to second place in the overall player standings, just two points behind Manchester United midfielder Bruno Fernandes (£12.0m).
Kane's total was 48 points more than any other forward.
Kane’s exploits have resulted in a price rise, with the Spurs striker now the joint-most expensive player in the game alongside Liverpool's Mohamed Salah (£12.5m).
The underlying numbers show why Kane’s style of play makes him the standout pick in his position.
With 137 shots, he had the league-leading total in Fantasy last season.
In addition, his 51 shots on target, 49 key passes and 14 big chances created were also the top tallies among forwards in the campaign.
Kane’s all-round potential suggests he will again finish as the top-scoring forward, offering managers a major captaincy option in the vast majority of Gameweeks.