Spurs play twice in Double Gameweek 36. We take a look at their underlying stats and investigate the ownership percentages for the Tottenham players. Ahead of matches against Liverpool and Arsenal, we assess the best investment options from Spurs.
Spurs need to try and win every point in the Premier League until the end of the season if they want to ensure a Top Four finish. The North London team have two challenging fixtures in Gameweek 36 however, this is followed by two attractive looking fixtures against Burnley and Norwich.
All the stats in this article courtesy of the Fantasy Football Scout members area.
Spurs have scored 59 goals this season, the fourth best goal tally in the league. Spurs have scored 15 goals in the last six Gameweeks, only Manchester City have scored more. This includes Spurs failing to score in Gameweeks 33 and 34. As a result the Spurs attacking players are attractive FPL options.
Son Heung-Min is top for goals at Spurs so far this season with 19. Only Liverpool’s Mo Salah has scored more goals than Son so far this season. However, 32 of the Spurs goals have come from Son and Harry Kane this season, this is 54% of the teams goals.
The Spurs front three have been good investments for FPL managers, especially since the January transfer window.
Son has 28 attacking returned this season. This is second only to Salah. Kane is also fourth in the attacking returns list this season with 23, just five less than Son.
Dejan Kulusevski has 12 attacking returns this season which is impressive from 11 starts since his arrival in January.
Defender Matt Doherty is top of the Spurs defenders for attacking returns with seven from just nine starts. However, his injury means that if FPL managers want to invest in the Spurs defence they will need to look elsewhere.
Like Doherty, Regulion has scored two goals so far this season. However, Regulion did miss Spurs Gameweek 35 fixture with a groin injury, his availability for Gameweek 36 is uncertain.
Spurs have kept 13 clean sheets this season, tied with Arsenal. Only three teams have kept more clean sheets than the Lily Whites.
Ownership ahead of Double Gameweek 36
Only three Spurs players are owned by more than 10% of managers in the top 10k.
Owning one of them therefore means managers are unlikely to benefit from their points in teams of Overall Rank rise. Only 106 managers own all three of the Spurs forward players and therefore owning more than one of them is a good way to differentiate an FPL team.
The Spurs defenders still have low ownership in the top 10k. Injured Doherty is still the most heavily owned of the Spurs defence in the top 10k.
Spurs assets have the potential to bring huge points returns in the final weeks of the season, even with two tough fixtures in Double Gameweek 36.
Son and Kane have good records against Gameweek 36 opponents Arsenal and Liverpool:
- Son v Arsenal – seven points in the reverse of this fixture, returns in four of the last five league matches
- Son v Liverpool – seven points in the reverse of this fixture, returns in two of the last three league matches
- Kane v Arsenal – returns in ten of his 14 Premier League matches against Arsenal, averages 5.39 points per match
- Kane v Liverpool – six points in the reverse of this fixture, returns in two of his last four league matches against Liverpool
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