Tottenham are the Fantasy Football team that look most promising for points for game week 10 and in the medium term.
If you made the mistake of selling Harry Kane (£12.6 million) last week due to his injury now is the time to get the league's top scorer back into your team.
Those next five look like this: Crystal Palace (H), Arsenal (A), West Brom (H), Leicester (A), Watford (A). Two plum home fixtures look like great opportunities for a host of Spurs assets to pick up points. There's a too much risk of rotation for the wing-backs but Eriksen (£9.7 million) is another that warrants investment over the next five game weeks in midfield.
After a disappointing start to the season, Bournemouth look like a team on the rise with an easier schedule coming up.
Their next five matches consist of Newcastle (A), Huddersfield (H), Swansea (A), Burnley (H), Southampton (H).
Those matches see them face none of the current top six so Eddie Howe's men look like good choices for our fantasy teams in that period. None of their attackers have hit form this season and they have some injuries in that area so the defence looks like the better option.
Charlie Daniels (£4.8 million) has been a good fantasy asset in recent years and could profit from their favourable fixtures. There's both clean sheets and attacking returns potentially on the cards for the full-back and he looks like the best option at Bournemouth.