Tottenham Hotspur players are causing some Fantasy Premier League managers dilemmas at the start of the season.
They have a favourable opening fixture at home to Aston Villa but with a trip to Manchester City in Gameweek 2 and relatively expensive price points, their assets could be the ones to miss out on those initial teams.
However, there are some encouraging reasons to own some of Mauricio Pochettino’s players at the start of the new campaign.
In this article we assess Spurs’ defensive and attacking potential based on last season’s underlying statistics.
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