Latest Premier League Golden Boot odds by Betwinner

The race for the Premier League Golden Boot have continued with the resumption of football in the division.

Liverpool may have secured the league title, but the race for who takes home the award of the league’s best goal marksman is far from over, with at least four players actively in the race for the prize.

Mohamed Salah has topped the charts for the past two seasons, sharing the award last term with Liverpool team-mate Sadio Mané and Arsenal’s Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang.

This season, Jamie Vardy currently leads the goals chart with 22 goals to his name. Though the Leicester City man found goals hard to come by at the restart of the English Premier league, he finally got going against Crystal palace by grabbing two goals.

He continued his fine form against Arsenal to take his mark to 22 and is priced by Betwinner at 1.73 odds to take home the gong at the end of the season.

An unlikely contender in the shape of Danny Ings is seriously piling pressure on Jamie Vardy for the Golden Boot and is currently on 19 goals. With his current form, he’s doing his prospect of winning the individual accolade no harm at all.

He is prized at 13.0 odds on Betwinner, and the Southampton man to finish as the season’s top goalscorer is an option for punters who love banking underdogs.

Last season’s winner, Salah is evidently chasing the award again, and boosted his chances of by scoring two goals last time out against Brighton, and was even portrayed as ‘selfish’ by Graeme Souness after the match. Prized at 5. 00 odds by Betwinner, it should be a good bet to back him.

Pierre Emerick Aubameyang sits just two goals off the top scorer Vardy, and will fancy his chances of moving further up against an uninspiring Tottenham side. Prized at 5 odds by the same firm, he can be backed for the award.

Saido Mane and Manchester United’s duo of Marcus Rashford and Anthony Martial are betting outsiders for the individual accolade, but if they can go on a hot streak, they may just catch up or surpass Jamie Vardy. Priced at 45, and 67 odds respectively, brave punters can give it a try for good returns.