Mo Salah remains the head of the Premier League top scorer market but the race looks like it will be closer than ever this season.
The Liverpool striker has 10 league goals this season as do Tottenham’s Son Heung-min and Leicester City’s Jamie Vardy. Current top scorer Dominic Calvert-Lewin is out on his own on 11 goals, and Harry Kane is in fifth place on nine goals.
Latest Premier League top goalscorer odds
All odds courtesy of bet365 are correct at the time of publishing and are subject to change.
- Mo Salah (Liverpool)@ 7/2
- Harry Kane (Tottenham) @ 4/1
- Jamie Vardy (Leicester) @ 9/2
- Dominic Calvert-Lewin (Everton) @ 6/1
- Son Heung-min (Spurs) @ 10/1
- Timo Werner (Chelsea) @ 16/1
- Bruno Fernandes (Man United) @ 20/1
- Danny Ings (Southampton) @ 25/1
- Ollie Watkins (Aston Villa @ 33/1
- Patrick Bamford (Leeds) @ 33/1
Odds are correct at the time of writing and subject to change.
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Salah catching Calvert-Lewin
The bookies have kept the faith with Mo Salah as favorite at 7/2 after scoring his 10th of the season from the spot in Liverpool’s 1-1 draw at Fulham on Sunday.
The Egyptian one behind Dominic Calvert-Lewin, who is now 6/1 and failed to score in a league match for only the fourth time in 12 appearances this season against Chelsea on Saturday.
Jamie Vardy (9/2) and Son Heung-min (10/1) are also on 10 goals but are still not as well fancied by the bookies as Harry Kane (4/1), who scored with a speculative long-range strike in Spurs’ draw with Crystal Palace on Sunday.
Chelsea’s Timo Werner is 16/1 and still struggling for goals with just four for the season while a good each-way bet – with a fifth of the odds on the top four places – is Manchester United’s Bruno Fernandes, who is 20/1 on seven for the season.
Danny Ings, who finished third in the Golden Boot standings last term, is 25/1 and on six goals, while Ollie Watkins and Patrick Bamford have six and eight goals respectively but are unfancied at 33/1.