Stepping up spectacularly since Kane’s departure, Spurs’ new talisman Son Heung-min (£9.5m) put in a top tier performance as his side ended a five-game winless streak.Whilst he is very much a premium option, the Korean star is a great option if you have the funds available, especially with fixtures like Nottingham Forest soon to come.
Watchlist: Ones to Watch
Simon Adingra (£5.0m) looked lively throughout Brighton’s stalemate with Burnley. I’m surprised the Ivorian hasn’t been more involved in Brighton’s goals than he already has been, as the skilful winger looks to be an out and out bargain at that price as he continues to impress. My advice would be to invest now, especially if you're lacking in funds.
Although he hasn’t quite had the recent form of the previously mentioned as well as other teammates like Groß (£6.4m), Kaoru Mitoma (£6.5m) finds himself extremely unlucky to have not contributed as much as of late. That statement couldn’t ring truer this time around, as Trafford’s (£4.5m) heroics denied him of a late winner for The Seagulls.
Norberto Neto (£4.5m) has played a key part in Bournemouth’s recent success, helping The Cherries to 2 clean sheets on the trot. The number one faces Luton and Nottingham Forest next, and has decent save bonus potential on top of this if his side are to concede.
Final Thoughts: Pope Injury
Whilst some have been quick to replace their keepers for Dubravka (£4.1m) thanks to Nick Pope’s (£5.4m) injury, I’d personally suggest not doing so. Newcastle have noticeably struggled in his absence, and I can still see The Magpies conceding despite their kinder upcoming ties. For me it’s just a wasted transfer, and I’d recommend focusing elsewhere for upgrades in your team.