Golden Boot winner odds: Liverpool's Mo Salah favourite for 2020-21 Golden Boot award, Tottenham, Man Utd stars trail

LIVERPOOL star Mohamed Salah is the outright favourite for this year's Golden Boot.

The Egyptian winger leads the scoring charts with 15 having bagged a brace against West Ham at the London Stadium on Sunday.


The 28-year-old now boasts a three-goal lead to his closest challengers and is odds-on at 10/11 to scoop the coveted 2020-21 award.

Salah had looked to be struggling in his quest to take the title for a third time in SIX seasons.

He went six top-flight matches without finding the net since a double against Crystal Palace before Christmas.

But punters who backed him at 3/1 in November will be delighted with his return to form.

He's also been aided by injuries to his closest rivals in Tottenham's Harry Kane (7/1) and Leicester City forward Jamie Vardy (6/1).

Premier League Golden Boot winner odds – Coral

  • Mohamed Salah – 10/11
  • Jamie Vardy – 6/1
  • Harry Kane – 7/1
  • Son Heung-Min – 9/1
  • Bruno Fernandes – 14/1
  • Dominic Calvert-Lewin – 16/1
  • Patrick Bamford – 20/1
  • Marcus Rashford – 33/1

Kane, 27, has notched up 12 goals this season but is now sidelined with an ankle injury and could miss five fixtures.

His absence could also severely impact Spurs strike partner Son Heung-Min (9/1).

The England international has provided a whopping 11 assists this season and NINE of those have been for Son, who's been stuck on 12 for the campaign since January 2.

Premier League top goalscorers

  • Mohamed Salah – 15
  • Harry Kane – 12
  • Son Heung-Min – 12
  • Bruno Fernandes – 11
  • Jamie Vardy – 11
  • Patrick Bamford – 11
  • Dominic Calvert-Lewin – 11
  • Callum Wilson – 10

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Vardy, who won the award last season with 23 goals, has 11 under his belt but hernia surgery has seen him miss the last four for Leicester.

Manchester United midfielder Bruno Fernandes (14/1) is also experiencing a drought in front of goal.

The 26-year-old Portuguese star last scored on New Year's Day against Aston Villa and remains on 11.

It's a similar story for Everton's 11-goal Dominic Calvert-Lewin (16/1), who hasn't scored in EIGHT and now has added competition from January signing Josh King.

Coral's Harry Aitkenhead said: "Mohamed Salah ended his lean spell in style at the London Stadium on Sunday.

"And not only has it sent him clear at the top of the Premier League scoring charts, it's also sent him odds on in our betting to finish top of the pile."


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