Fantasy Premier League tips: FPL gameweek 32 transfers and captain picks in Tottenham triple

Alex Young
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 (Tottenham Hotspur FC via Getty Images)
(Tottenham Hotspur FC via Getty Images)

Tottenham players may be flattering to deceive of late but are a very tempting option for Fantasy Premier League managers in the coming double gameweek 32.

Heading to Everton on Friday night before their rescheduled Southampton match in midweek, top scorer Harry Kane and forward partner Heung-min Son are capable of bagging across both games.

Remember: there is an early deadline of 6:30pm BST on Friday due to the clash at Goodison Park.

Here are our top FPL picks up this week...

Harry Kane

Despite his team-mates struggling of late, Harry Kane is fixture- and form-proof. Two goals against Newcastle United followed a key role in Heung-min Son’s against Manchester United - and you wouldn’t rule out attacking returns in both this week’s games.

Kane has 10 goals in 12 games against Everton and 10 goals - and eight assists! - in 16 against Southampton. You cannot ignore those stats and that’s why he is also our captain pick.

Heung-min Son

Which brings me on to Son. Four of those Kane assists against Southampton came in the reverse fixture and they were all for Son in his biggest return of the season - and the second-biggest of any player - with 24 points.

He was back amongst the goals against United last time out and will be relishing facing an injury-hit Everton and a Southampton two who have shipped 12 goals in their last four games.

Sergio Reguilon

A guaranteed starter in both games with Ben Davies still sidelined, Spurs will fancy their chances of back-to-back clean sheets - which has been a rarity of late - and Reguilon is more than capable of doubling up with an attacking return to boot as a possible differential option.

Kelechi Iheanacho

Away from the Spurs set, Kelechi Iheanacho is in the form of his career and rivals only Kane for big chances and shots on target in recent weeks. West Brom are not the pushovers they once were, but just one clean sheet on the road means Leicester will be backed to score.

Jesse Lingard

Any doubts FPL players had over Jesse Lingard’s output with Aaron Cresswell and Michail Antonio out were firmly dismissed with a two-goal haul against Leicester City. He’s the form player in the league and if you haven’t got him yet, then what are you waiting for?

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