Top pick: Gareth Bale
Penalty taker: Rafael van der Vaart, free-kicks: Gylfi Sigurdsson
Likely line-up: Friedel; Walker, Kaboul, Vertonghen, Assou-Ekotto; Parker, Huddlestone, Bale, Van der Vaart, Sigurdsson, Defoe
Tottenham's season may have ended in disappointment but they still boasted some of Fantasy Football's star performers.
Gareth Bale (£8.8m) was the second highest scoring midfielder with 180 points while Kyle Walker's breakthrough campaign saw him notch up 126, a tally on bettered by two other defenders.
Emmanuel Adebayor (£8.6m) was actually Tottenham's top point scorer with 195, so whoever replaces him at the spear of Spurs attack looks worth backing to bag big points.
Spurs have signed Gylfi Sigurdsson (£7.3m), who picked up a remarkable 102 points from just 17 starts for Swansea and Jan Vertonghen (£7.2m), who could also prove to be a hit after netting eight times for Ajax last season.
Fantasy fanatics can take on the likes of Ed Chamberlain, Tubes, David Garrido and other Sky Sports pundits and presenters in the new free-to-play Sky Sports Leagues. You can enter with two different sides in the free-to-play game, utilising the five different formations available and handing the captain's armband to your star man.
For those still unsure on their selections, unlimited transfers are available until the start of the season, while another 30 are available during the campaign. Key to your team choice this year will be the new passing and tackling Bonus points which sees players being awarded 2 points if they make 60+ successful passes in a game or 4+ successful tackles in a game
Help is also on hand in the form of the new Fantasy Football Club show, which will air every Friday from 10pm-11pm on Sky Sports HD, hosted by Fenners and Paul Merson.
Every week the show will feature special guests, discussion of key fantasy football issues, analysis of fantasy football teams, guest interviews and much, much more.
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