After recovering from an ankle injury for Saturday’s 4-0 win over Watford, the lure of a favourable home fixture against AFC Bournemouth brings Harry Kane (£11.3m) back into the plans of Fantasy Premier League managers.
Kane is expected to figure in the Spurs starting line-up in Saturday's early kick-off.
He has scored five goals in his last two appearances against the Cherries, with Eddie Howe's side appearing to provide the perfect platform for a further haul.
Over the last six Gameweeks, they have allowed more shots (95) than any other side and rank second only to Sunderland for shots on target conceded (32 to 37).
Following a three Gameweek absence, Kane is currently part of only 10.4% of FPL squads, making him a powerful differential.
He returns to a side full of confidence and goals, with Spurs extending their winning streak to six matches with the Watford victory.
But while that midfield trio have enjoyed strong recent form, Kane’s prospects, which are boosted by penalty-kick duties, look difficult to ignore.
The striker has inflicted the most damage at White Hart Lane this season, recording five of his six double-figure scores in home matches.
Kane’s 29 shots on target betters any other FPL forward on home turf, while he has also averaged an impressive 4.2 shots per match.
The Toffees striker averages 3.2 shots per match at home, having scored in each of his last seven Goodison Park appearances, firing 12 goals.
This weekend’s match against AFC Bournemouth is one of four of Spurs’ final seven matches to score only two in the Fixture Difficulty Rankings (FDR).
Having averaged 6.7 points per match - more than any other FPL forward - he looks poised for a strong finish to the campaign as he bids to chase down Lukaku.
FPL managers hoping to gain ground over the final Gameweeks would do well to act quickly and embrace Kane's undoubted potential.