Fantasy football: Harry Kane, Liverpool defenders, Teemu Pukki, Mason Mount

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Are you really going to take advice from someone who has picked this team?It’s week four of the Premier League and I’m guessing by now that you hate your fantasy football team?Welcome to the club.When are Liverpool going to start keeping some clean sheets? Will Harry Kane start scoring again? Why did I sign Pablo Fornals? (Actually only 0.6% of us are wondering that one.)So what should you do this week? Well, probably find an article with a better track record than this one. But you’re here now so you may as well read on.The Kane conundrum

Can Harry Kane end his two-game ‘goal drought’ in the north London derby?Carrying an £11.1m striker in fantasy football is a risky thing to do. With no goals (or assists) in his past two games, is it time to start thinking about moving on Tottenham’s Kane if you have him?Not yet, even though they are playing a top-six side.Because that side is Arsenal, against whom Kane has nine goals (plus an assist) in as many north London derbies in the Premier League.”You’ve got to have faith in Harry Kane. If he gets a chance, he will score. Stick with him,” said former Premier League striker Chris Sutton on BBC Radio 5 Live’s Fantasy 606 podcast.Listen: Radio 5 Live’s Fantasy 606 podcastKane has had only two shots on target this season, scoring with both of them against Aston Villa before drawing blanks against Manchester City and Newcastle.In those two goalless games he had a combined 49 touches – four in the opposition penalty area – with two shots attempted.But his goal-a-game record against the Gunners is surely reason enough to keep him for at least one more week. Alistair Bruce-Ball said on the podcast: “People have completely panicked, chucked the baby out with the bath water and everyone is getting rid of Kane. Why would you do that after one game where nobody gave him a pass to score from? Ka

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