Harry Kane has spent large chunks of his career chasing down and eventually breaking goalscoring records. In fact, the England captain is perhaps just two seasons away from breaking Jimmy Greaves' all-time record as Tottenham Hotspur's top scorer, whilst he remains just 21 goals behind Wayne Rooney for England's top marksman status, with 32 goals from 51 caps.
On top of this, Kane is the most recent winner of the World Cup Golden Boot, having scored six goals in six games back in Russia at the 2018 finals. Kane was two goals ahead of the next in the running at the World Cup, and as he has been the top English goalscorer in the world of football in all competitions for the past seven years, he is now the favourite to be England's top goalscorer at Euro 2020.
At a price of 5/4, Kane is odds on to do so, and in truth, we don't really see what stops him. In fact, as England's very best around and the penalty taker in this VAR world, the Spurs star could well be the only man who racks up more than a few goals at a tournament where there are just six games.
England will play Croatia, Scotland and Czech Republic all at Wembley Stadium in the summer, and each of these games could see a few goals from the Three Lions. If England are to let loose and bag plenty, you'd expect Kane to be right in the mix.