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Premier League Top Goalscorer

Premier League Top Goalscorer

With just 17 days to go until the Premier League season begins, we will be previewing a range of topics including a full Premier League table prediction the day before the season gets underway. First up, let’s take a look at our top goalscorers predictions.


1) Harry Kane – Tottenham Hotspur (2/1)

After losing his golden boot crown to Mo Salah last season, the England captain will be determined to win it back. If he remains injury free, Kane should be guaranteed at least 25 goals so is rightly favourite and top of our list.

2) Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang – Arsenal (6/1)

The Gabon forward made a lightning start to his Arsenal career scoring 10 goals in just 13 league games. With a new manager to freshen up The Emirates, expect more goals from a striker who bagged 141 goals in 213 games for Dortmund.

3) Mohamed Salah – Liverpool (6/1)

Many people question whether Salah can repeat his extraordinary season from last year. However, with Liverpool’s team being strengthened in the summer and Salah’s undoubted quality, I expect him to net at least 20 goals next season.


Roberto Firmino – Liverpool (33/1)

While Firmino is more known for his hold up play and assisting others, the Brazilian can contribute a fair amount of goals himself. He scored 15 league goals last season and if Salah can’t bag quite as many, Klopp will be looking at Firmino and Mane to ease the burden on the Egyptian superstar.

Alvaro Morata – Chelsea (25/1)

People may laugh at this tip but Morata is nowhere near as bad as people may think. If Sarri can fill him with confidence and he can regain the form he had at Juventus, Morata could surprise many. While he had a poor season last term, he still bagged 11 league goals and 15 before that with Real Madrid despite limited opportunities.

– Robert Shiers

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