Despite Spurs losing 2-3 to Wolves, both Steven Bergwijn (£7.5m) and Dele Alli (£8.3m) brought home attacking returns from the fixtures. Bergwijn opened the scoring, whilst Alli registered two assists. Spurs have now scored in each of their last five Premier League fixtures which suggests that there may still be value in their attacking assets, despite the injuries to Harry Kane and Heung-Min Son.
Gameweek 29 sees Spurs travel to Burnley, a tough fixture with the Clarets having kept four clean sheets in their last five Premier League matches. Neither Bergwijn nor Alli look the most attractive of options going into this match, which leads us to plump for the cheaper asset in this head-to-head.
Verdict: Steven Bergwijn