Kane’s goal last weekend made it 10 goals in 12 weeks of play. It’s steady rather than explosive, some of which come from the penalty spot, but you should never turn your nose up at a near-constant stream of points.

The biggest argument against Kane was that you could match his points with a cheaper attacker, but his sheer consistency proves it wrong. A strong performing Bournemouth defense could be in big trouble.

Bukayo Saka

Saka was a popular choice last week despite receiving a knock and perhaps that injury played a part in drawing a blank at St Mary’s. Nevertheless, his prospects between now and the mid-season break are good, starting with Nottingham Forest’s visit on Sunday.

It’s still three goals out of three for the 8.0m player, whose non-penalty xG per 90 is superior to Gabriel Martinelli’s and, as far as we know, he also remains on the dot. A tough test at Chelsea is followed by a visit to an alien Wolves.

Anthony Gordon

Everton’s attack has not earned much attention this season but should spark interest ahead of Fulham, whose free-scoring problems have masked on the other side. Underlying data suggests Marco Silva’s defense is the most leaky in the league.

Much of Everton’s good work relates to Gordon, who is vying with Alex Iwobi for eligibility in the budget midfield. With Leicester City to visit Goodison Park for a trip to Bournemouth, investing Frank Lampard’s side could be worth a point.

Ben White

Back to Arsenal, who are up against a side from Forest that have improved a bit in the back in recent weeks but are still struggling on the other side of the pitch. That bodes well for Mikel Arteta’s defense.

And while Arsenal may not, on the face of it, have the kind of marauding full-backs that normally make good fantasy signings, White has taken up promising positions on the right and already has a couple of assists to his name this season, as well as five clean sheets.

Dominic Calvert-Lewin

Finally back from injury and also back in last time’s goals, Calvert-Lewin has crawled onto our radar as a mid-price forward worth considering. Everton look more dangerous as he moves forward with him at the center.

As mentioned, the fixtures are favorable in the short term and Calvert-Lewin’s price has fallen to a modest 7.9 million. With Aleksandar Mitrovic’s time perhaps coming to an end in our teams, moving to a player of imaginative heritage is an option.

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