Bash the Bookies By Backing Kane to Top Score This Season

Since becoming a first-team regular at Tottenham Hotspur, Harry Kane has been a reliable source of goals, with the 27-year-old having scored at least 17 goals in each of his six seasons at White Hart Lane.

In the past couple of campaigns, the Spurs captain has had a few injury problems which have prevented him playing more than twenty-nine matches, although Kane has still managed to score at a fair rate of knots and we think that the striker is a brilliant bet at 8/1 to top score in the Premier League this season.

Why You Should Back Harry Kane for Golden Boot

Kane is 27-years-old and certainly doesn’t appear to be ‘past his best’ despite several “experts” in the media claiming that the striker has lost a yard of pace. His recent two goals at Old Trafford suggests that this could be a record-breaking season for the former Norwich and Leicester player.

The England skipper won the Premier League Golden Boot in 2016 and 2017, while he was runner-up either side of these achievements, finishing behind Sergio Aguero in 2015 and Mohamed Salah in 2018.

Therefore, there is no top-flight striker with a greater pedigree than Kane and we’re expecting him to flourish for a Spurs side who are pilfering goals this season, with Tottenham having put five past Southampton and six past Manchester United this term.

Kane is available at 8/1 with bet365 to win the Golden Boot and that simply means he needs to finish in the top four in the scoring charts in order to land a profit if we place an each-way bet on Sir Harold. Alternatively, you can choose to back him on the nose and hopefully multiply your stake by eight.

Is Mohamed Salah the Main Danger to Harry Kane?

Mohamed Salah is the current Premier League Golden Ball favourite and the Liverpool striker has notched a hat-trick against Leeds and a brace against Aston Villa already, meaning he has five goals on the board and is looking menacing for an attacking Reds side who have found the net eleven times in four matches.

Salah has been pilfering goals since arriving in England and will clearly look to add to last season’s tally of nineteen goals, although the Egyptian has never got close to the total of 32 goals that were scored during his first season in England, with 22 goals scored the following term before 19 last season.

Can Dominic Calvert-Lewin Top Score for Everton?

Calvert-Lewin is one of the biggest market movers in the Premier League Top Scorer betting market, with the Everton striker having began the season in excellent form. The England hopeful bagged the winner at White Hart Lane in his team’s opener, while the striker has now notched six goals in his four games to date.

If you add a hat-trick against West Ham into the mix, it’s the stuff of dreams for the young forward who is clearly highly-rated by Carlo Ancelotti and that is why he’s trading among the favourites to walk off with the prize. Calvert-Lewin is especially proficient in the air and his Everton team have been full of goals so far.

Is Vardy Set For Another High-Scoring Season?

Jamie Vardy hasn’t looked especially dangerous from open play this season although the former England striker has been deadly from the penalty spot and that means that he has five goals on the board so far this season.

Vardy is aiming to emulate last season’s top scorer prize when the former Fleetwood striker managed to find the net 23 times, with Leicester having been full of goals in their opening three matches before drawing a blank at home to West Ham.

However, there’s a decent chance that Vardy will break through the twenty goals barrier this term and he will be delighted to get so many on the board already, even if four of his five goals have been penalties.


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