This series will see 101 explore the three best picks for your Fantasy Premier League side from all 20 Premier League clubs ahead of the 2022/23 campaign. Make sure to check back to the site every day for more FPL tips and updates across the forthcoming season.
This article will see us focus on Tottenham.
The Lilywhites are in possession of some of the highest-scoring players in FPL history in the form of Heung-min Son and Harry Kane.
They also have some potential budget options available that could be great value for money if Spurs are able to retain their top-four status.
With this in mind, 101 have taken a look at the best Tottenham players for your FPL team.
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Harry Kane, forward (11.5m)
Harry Kane is the joint-most expensive forward on FPL this year along with Erling Haaland.
However, he is probably well worth the money, despite having a mixed 2021/22.
Kane’s Manchester City transfer saga is well-documented and is believed to have contributed to his poor form in the first half of the campaign, which saw him score just one goal from gameweek 2 to 15.
Despite this awful form, Kane still ended 2021/22 with 17 goals and nine assists. And if he can carry on his form from the end of 2021/22 into the new campaign, then he will be a must-have.
Heung-min Son, midfielder (12.0m)
Son has been given a price increase this season, making him the joint-second most expensive midfielder alongside Kevin De Bruyne.
However, Son could still be worth such a fee. The South Korean ended 2021/22 with the same number of goals as Mohamed Salah and only finished seven points behind him on FPL.
This season, though, Salah is a full 1.0m more than Son despite the relatively small points gap last term.
Ivan Perisic, defender (5.5m)
A slight risk but one that could seriously pay off.
Ivan Perisic has been classified as a defender on FPL this term and is expected to be used as a left-wing-back by Conte.
He has performed a similar role at Inter Milan, including in 2021/22 when he scored eight and assisted seven in 34 league games from that spot.
If he can reach similar numbers for Conte, who he won the Serie A under in 2020/21, he could rival the likes of Reece James and Trent Alexander-Arnold in FPL.
One drawback with Perisic, though, is he may not start every game due to his age and the fact Spurs, at the time of writing, have three other players who can operate at left-wing-back.