Managers are rushing to bring in Son Heung-min (£11.0m) after he produced his highest haul of 2021/22 Fantasy Premier League on Saturday.
That hat-trick has earned him 49,000+ transfers in, more than any other player in the Gameweek, taking his ownership to 25.8 per cent.
Son's hat-trick goal
Son has climbed into second place in the overall standings, with his third successive double-figure return taking him only 27 points behind Mohamed Salah (£13.2m).
And Spurs’ remaining schedule suggests he will continue to bring in big scores.
According to the Fixture Difficulty Ratings (FDR), five of their final seven matches score only two.
Double or triple up on Spurs?
Doubling up with Son and Harry Kane (£12.6m) or Dejan Kulusevski (£6.3m) looks a strong tactic for the run-in.
Kane and Kulusevski have blanked only once and twice respectively in Spurs’ last nine matches.
Kane’s three FPL assists against Villa earned him 10 points, his fifth double-figure return in that period.
Kulusevski’s goal and assist mean he has returned 5.9 points per match since arriving in January, the third-best average among midfielders in Fantasy this season.
Players impress ahead of Doubles
Mason Mount (£7.5m), Timo Werner (£8.6m) and Marcos Alonso (£5.5m) all delivered double-figure hauls in Chelsea’s 6-0 win at Southampton.
Mount was the star performer at St Mary’s Stadium, scoring twice and supplying an assist to pick up 19 points.
He has climbed into fifth place among midfielders, on 144 points, only three behind his career-high 147 points set last season.
Mount has started 15 of Chelsea's last 17 matches, indicating he is less likely than most to be rotated over their upcoming busy schedule.
Mount's brilliant assist for Alonso
Everton’s Anthony Gordon (£4.6m) continues to be a handy budget pick after a goal and 10 points in a 1-0 home win over Manchester United.
The winger has been a reliable source of returns at Goodison Park recently, recording double-figure scores in three of his last seven matches there.