Harry Kane, Dele Alli, Daley Blind and Marcus Rashford are this weeks selected Elite Players, but which one warrants a place in your side? Harry Kane, Dele Alli, Daley Blind and Marcus Rashford are this weeks selected Elite Players, but which one warrants a place in your side?Tottenham v Manchester United is this weekends selected fixture, live on Sky Sports 1HD at 4pm, with Spurs looking to maintain their title pursuit and put a dent in Uniteds top-four hopes. Harry KaneLast match - 71 pointsSeason average - 54.03 pointsTottenhams 22-goal frontman is in top form right now, scoring five goals in his last three appearances, seeing him rack up point hauls of 99 (v Aston Villa), 111 (v Bournemouth) and 71 (v Liverpool) points in his those games. His relentless intent also means he is sure to rack up points for shots on target, while hes also happy to drift into the channels and create chances. However, the Premier Leagues leading scorer is unsurprisingly proving the most popular pick from, meaning looking elsewhere will give you the edge on most players if he fails to fire.Dele AlliLast match - 31Season average - 44.45Englands young star has certainly attracted his plaudits and justifiably so, with seven goals and 10 assists this season. However, he struggled to make in impression against Liverpool last weekend, picking up just 31 points before he was substituted, while hes failed to score in 14 appearances in all competitions for club and country. His advanced role also means that his pass-completion rate is relatively low for a midfielder, so he looks the wild-card pick of the bunch this weekend.Daley BlindLast match - 71 pointsSeason average - 55.57 pointsIf Alli is the wild-card then Blind is the safe bet, as Manchester Uniteds Mr Consistent regardless of where he has been asked to play. He has now settled in as centre-back alongside Christ Smalling, helping United keep a league high of 15 clean sheets, with his ability on the ball seeing him complete nearly twice as many passes as Alli this season. A solitary goal and an average of 0.59 chances create per game are his main detractors, but he still looks a good bet for those expecting Louis van Gaals men to register a third successive clean sheet against Spurs.Marcus RashfordLast match - 26 pointsSeason average - 40.1 pointsAnother 19-year-old makes the Elite Player list, testament to the faith these two clubs have put in their youngsters. Rashford emerged with the most stunning of debuts, scoring twice and claiming an assist to rack up 90 points in Uniteds 3-2 victory over Arsenal in February. While hes struggled to hit the same heights since, he was also one target in the Manchester derby last month. The young striker certainly seems unfazed by the big occasions and the visiting fans will be hoping hell relish the opportunity to boost his sides top-four hosts with another inspired performance. Benoit Pouliot Oilers Jersey
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