The Tottenham Hotspur striker has endured a slow start to his previous two campaigns and has yet to score a Premier League goal in the month of August.
But Kane has been handed the chance to break this curse and carry his end-of-season scoring streak into a promising opening eight Gameweeks of 2017/18.
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But with further home dates against Burnley, Swansea City and AFC Bournemouth, coupled with trips to Everton, West Ham United and Huddersfield Town, Kane and his Spurs team-mates will begin as highly attractive FPL prospects.
Arsenal also look likely to gather early investment after their first five home matches offer them the chance to make a convincing start.
Home fixtures also look extremely favourable for Burnley, a factor that could again promote Tom Heaton as a major FPL target.
Sean Dyche's side host West Brom, Crystal Palace, Huddersfield, West Ham and Newcastle in their first five Turf Moor encounters.
The Baggies themselves will also provide FPL managers with some early mid-priced players.
Similarly, Southampton's players will be monitored, having been a handed a run where they face just one of last season's top six – Manchester United – over the first 11 Gameweeks.