The Premier League season is well underway BoyleSports have odds available on who will finish with the Golden Boot at the end of the 20/21 season!
With so many world-class goalscorers in the Premier League, getting an early price on them to win the Golden Boot is vital! We have been looking at the odds and think this season is going to be the closest yet.
The transfer window is now over and some big names have joined the Premier Leauge. Timo Werner has signed for Chelsea and Edinson Cavani has joined Man United. These are proven goal scorers, however, the way the season has started, it could be a surprise winner this year!
So far, this season has been full of goals and this could be due to there being no fans. Currently, there are 3.14 goals per game on average compared to last years 2.72
Last seasons winner was Jamie Vardy. He won with 23 goals and this was his first-ever Golden Boot. At the age of 33, who knows if he can retain it this season!
Premier League Top Scorer Odds (BoyleSports)
Mo Salah – 8/11
The Egyptian winger has had just three seasons in the Premier League and already has two Golden Boots to his name. He is a consistent goal scorer and ended last season with 19 goals. This season, he is already on 17 goals after 24 games and is looking very sharp, even getting two goals in a 7-2 defeat to Villa! On top of this, the Egyptian is the penalty taker for Liverpool and with VAR teams are getting a lot more penalties this season.
He plays in a very attacking Liverpool side who don’t sit on leads and look to score more and more. Liverpool have also lost the majority of their defence this season and are having to score more than usual. This is putting pressure on Salah to score more and he usually rises to pressure.
Bruno Fernandes (11/2)
The Portuguese midfielder is having another fantastic season at United as has 15 goals so far. He is involved in everything his side does and will no doubt add more goals to his tally this season.
Being just two goals behind Salah, Bruno could catch him in one game potentially. Like Salah, Bruno takes penalties and has scored the most this season with seven. At 11/2 it is a good price considering how close he is.
Harry Kane – 13/2
Kane’s last Golden Boot came in 16/17, he came close in 17/18 with a huge 30 goals but missed out to Salah with 32 goals. Since then, Kane’s seasons haven’t been the easiest, with injuries seeing him have lengthy spells on the sidelines. However, last season he still managed to get 18 goals and this was with missing nine games.
So far Kane has 13 goals this season and is looking very good. He has a great partnership with Son and looks very confident at the moment. He is Spurs’ main man and they all look to him to score the goals. Kane is capable of putting a run of games together where he scores a lot of goals, so don’t be surprised to see him up there at the end of the season.
Jamie Vardy – 9/1
Last seasons top scorer was priced at 14/1 at the start of this season but has carried on his form of last year. Vardy has 12 goals to his name so far, three of which came against Man City when Leicester beat them 5-2. Even though he is now 33, Vardy is playing like a 23-year-old. He is very good at keeping fit and on top of that takes penalties for Leicester. They have had nine so far this season and with VAR he’ll get the chance to score more.
Son Heung-min – 12/1
Another Spurs player in with a shout this season is Son Heung-Min. The Spurs forward has 13 goals also far and his best in one Premier League season prior is 14. He will most break that this season and if he can keep up his partnership with Kane then who knows.
Son is a quality player and one who shouldn’t be overlooked. Mourinho is getting the best out of him at the moment and he could quietly keep near the majority of the season.
Dominic Calvert-Lewin – 14/1
The surprise package in the Premier League so far is Everton’s frontman. He started the season really well but recently has started to slow down in terms of goal scoring. He has 13 for the season, just two off of Salah.
His form this season has seen Calvert-Lewin receive a call up to the England squad. The Everton striker has shown how consistent he can be when in good form. If Ancelotti can get him and his side back to their best, then at 12/1 he could be a great outside bet!