Norweigan striking ace, Erling Haaland remains a distinct betting favorite to successfully retain his golden boot ahead of massive Premier League race into the second half of the season – amid his double salvo of strikes against Everton over the course of the weekend.
Haaland, a former Molde and Borussia Dortmund striker, turned in a stunning, record-setting season last time out for Pep Guardiola’s Manchester City – blitzing through domestic competition with a stunning 36 goal tally in the league.
And beating out prior co-recipients, Heung Min Son and Mohammed Salah with his efforts last season, Haaland has moved beyond the Egyptian this campaign to – scoring his sixteenth of the season over the weekend in City’s win over Everton – currently riding a stunning -400 betting favorite line.
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Behind Haaland in the golden boot race currently, is Liverpool wideman, Salah – who has so far notched 14 Premier League goals this season.
Hot on the heels ofr the former Roma winger is a former Liverpool prospect and Chelsea graduate: Bournemouth forward, Dominic Solanke – who has really hit the ground running following a slew of disappointing seasons, scoring 13 goals this term so far.
Former winner, Son is currently sat in fourth in the Premier League golden boot race with his 12 strikes this season, while West Ham winger, Jarrod Bowen and his English compatriot, Ollie Watkins sit tied in claret and blue on 11 goals apiece this campaign so far.
Finally finding his long-forgotten finishing boots midway through the season, Brazilian forward, Richarlison joins Tottenham teammate, Son in the scoring charts, himself notching 10 separate Premier League goals – sat tied with Hwang Hee-Chan of Wolves, Swedish forward, Alexander Isak, as well as Chelsea signing, Cole Palmer, who has proved to be a shrew signing from Argentine head coach, Mauricio Pochettino.
Viewed as holding an outside chance to at least land himself in the running for the golden boot Premier League race, Manchester United forward, Rasmus Højlund has only netted five times in the league in his debut season in England since his big-money move from Atalanta, however, each of those five goals have come since December.
Netting against Aston Villa at Old Trafford on Boxing Day before the close of the year, Danish striker, Højlund would find the net in the Premier League return at Villa Park on Sunday – opening the scoring with his fifth Premier League goal of the season, and his eleventh in all competitions. As things as at the time of publication, however, despite tipping to feature in the race to land the golden boot, Højlund has been slapped with enormous outsider odds as high as +8,000 to defeat his Nordic counterpart, Haaland in the race to win the golden boot.