Premier League top goalscorer odds
After Saturday’s action in the Premier League, Liverpool only have five matches remaining while Tottenham have six to play.
Liverpool were held to a goalless draw at Everton in the Merseyside derby.
Mohamed Salah, the Premier League’s top scorer with 29 goals, missed the Everton match with a groin injury.
Tottenham, meanwhile, won 2-1 away at Stoke City.
Harry Kane made his first start for Spurs since his injury against Bournemouth. Yet Kane failed to get on the scoresheet against the Potters.
On Sunday morning the bookies have reacted to the Liverpool and Tottenham results by updating the odds in the Premier League top goalscorer race.Top scorer tip: Mo Salah is 1/14 with Paddy Power.
Mohamed Salah vs Harry Kane
Kane (24 goals) is five goals behind Salah in the standings.
But should he actually be on 25 goals?
Kane is claiming he should have been awarded the second Tottenham goal against Stoke.
The England international claims a Christian Eriksen free-kick touched his shoulder before going in the net.
For the record, the Premier League has credited the goal to the Dane. Yet there’s a definite move on social media to have the goal credited to Kane instead.
Just looking 👀 at the Analysis & it looks like it touches Harry Kane’s shoulder to me. Former Liverpool player @JARiiseOfficial joins @benshephard later time of 12 midday @GoalsOnSunday 👍 pic.twitter.com/n338U2SJ8W
— Chris Kamara (@chris_kammy) April 8, 2018
But, for the time being, the bookies have reacted to a blank gameweek for Kane by slashing the odds on Mo Salah being the EPL top scorer.
The Liverpool star is now 1/14 to win the Premier League prize.
Kane has been pushed to 11/2 to win the award for a third season in a row.
It’s worth remembering that Kane finished last season on fire scoring four against Leicester and three against Hull.Top scorer tip: Harry Kane is 11/2 with Paddy Power.
Spurs also have a ‘good’ run of fixtures until the end of the campaign as they take on teams including Brighton, Watford, Newcastle, West Brom and Leicester City.
Could Tottenham win all their matches until the end of the Premier League season?
Paddy Power: Top goalscorer odds
See all the complete set of odds below.
Note: all odds subject to change.