It is time for the International break in World Soccer making it the perfect time for Fantasy Football players to manage, analyse and change their teams accordingly ahead of the run up to Christmas.

As Premier League side Tottenham Hotspurs are regularly top four contenders, it stands to reason that a number of Spurs players are popular picks, but who are the best Spurs players to have in your team? And who could be worthy outside contenders you really should consider adding in?

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Harry Kane – Premier League Fantasy Points – 20

England’s Captain and Spurs top scorer for the last four seasons Harry Kane has started this Premier League season better than any other in his career.

Prior to this season, Kane had never scored a Premier League goal in August but has managed to end that Hoodoo netting twice in the eighth month of the year.

Kane traditionally starts to fire after August and with 30 league goals last season, is likely to get close to that mark once again.

Lucas Moura – Premier League Fantasy Points – 29

Brazilian midfielder Lucas Moura has come to life this season after a slow start to his Spurs career.

The 26-year-old joined Tottenham in January from PSG but struggled to make an impact. However, manager Pochettino has shown faith in Moura this season and the Brazilian is paying back in dividends with three goals from four games.

With 29 fantasy points to his name, Moura is also Tottenham’s highest scoring player so far.

Harry Winks – Premier League Fantasy Points – 3

Like Lucas Moura, Englishman Harry Winks is a midfielder and at the age of 22 has a seriously bright future.

Winks has spent a large amount of time on the injury bench last season soon after making his England debut but has come straight back into the team and is set to get a large chunk of playing time this season.

Winks is also a relatively cheap option at £5.5m in an expensive midfield area but game time is something he will see plenty of and is getting better and better with every game.

Son Heung-min – Premier League Fantasy Points – 1

Tottenham’s South Korean superstar Son Heung-min could prove to be the perfect back up striker in any team.

Having just returned from Gold medal success at the Asian Games (meaning he is now exempt from compulsory military service), Son is a popular player inside the Spurs camp and netted 12 times last season despite Kane being the de facto number one centre-forward.

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