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Lewis pins FPL Scout Challenge hopes on Spurs heroes

9 Mar 2018

Singer-songwriter, who is a Spurs fan, picks his 11-man FPL team to take on Mark Sutherns in Gameweek 30

Singer-songwriter Rhys Lewis has shown true faith in his beloved Tottenham Hotspur by picking three of their players in his FPL Scout Challenge with expert Mark Sutherns.

Asked to select a £83million XI that will go head-to-head with Sutherns’ team over the weekend, Rhys had no hesitation in going for Harry Kane (£12.9m), Son Heung-min (£8.1m) and Ben Davies (£5.9m) ahead of Spurs’ trip to AFC Bournemouth.

Rhys Lewis makes his selections

"I’m hoping Kane has a great game," Rhys says and he would have brought in more of his team-mates if he had the chance.

"You can only have three players per team. I would probably have put in Christian Eriksen (£9.4m) as well but I couldn’t get him in."

Rhys has already had one success in Gameweek 30, taking top spot in the #PremierLeaguePlaylist with "Bad Timing", ahead of a hat-trick of new releases from Wiley, Ralegh Long and George Ezra.

There are also 30 new tracks in the Fantasy Premier League Playlist, including hits from Arsenal fan Plan B and Newcastle United supporter James Bay.

New cuts from Perfecto Allstarz, Gorgon City and Magnetude are among this week’s Premier League Training Playlist movers.

The playlists will be updated every week and represent your official soundtrack to the Premier League and Fantasy Premier League.

You can find out how Rhys and Mark's FPL Scout Challenge gets on over the weekend on @OfficialFPL

See: Belgians can settle FPL Scout Challenge

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