Outsiders to Watch For the Premier League Golden Boot

Sadio Mane to win Golden boot odds - 14/1

Sadio Mane was arguably the best player in the Liverpool lineup for much of this record-breaking season where Jurgen Klopp's side strolled to the Premier League title. The Senegal international was certainly the more productive of the forward players within the first few months, until Mohamed Salah turned up the heat in the home stretch of the campaign.

Just three goals across all competitions separated the two superstars up top, with Mane netting 20 and Salah scoring 23. At the same time, just the one Premier League goal was the difference, as the Egyptian ended the season with 19 goals, whilst his colleague bagged 18 just a year after the two men shared the Golden Boot.

In that year, both netted 20 goals as the Premier League witnessed its first three-way split of the award, along with Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang. Now, with odds of 14/1, it would be silly to brush over Mane so easily, especially given how he has already won the Golden Boot, is perhaps reaching his peak years at 28, and how Liverpool could just end up walking towards another title.

For peace of mind, Salah Golden Boot odds are 9/2, whilst to have Liverpool win the league and their main man claim the top scorer is priced at 10/1.

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Gabriel Jesus to win Golden boot odds- 18/1

Gabriel Jesus is entering his fourth full season at Manchester City having joined the club in January 2017 where he instantly became a hit with the Etihad faithful. Seven goals from 10 appearances would come in that debut Premier League season, but this fabulous ratio has slipped drastically ever since.

The following two seasons would see Jesus rack up a respectable 13 goals in 29 appearances and just seven in 29 outings, respectively. This season, the Brazilian turned it up a little more and bagged 14 in 34 games for Pep Guardiola's men, as his side once again extraordinarily finished with over 100 goals in just 38 games.

However, with Sergio Aguero still struggling to stay injury-free and the need to find a permanent replacement for the 32-year-old Argentine, this could well be the season Jesus finally lives up to the hype.

Ultimately, the striker's record has been below par with what is expected of such a relentless side that competes on all trophy fronts. Although, if Aguero can't find himself out of the treatment room, expect a season of Jesus leading the line where the Brazilian may surprise a few of us.

Gabriel Jesus to win the Golden Boot is priced at a high 14/1, whilst for City to win the title and the 23-year-old to finish as top scorer is priced at a very appealing 22/1.

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Timo Werner to win Golden boot odds- 14/1

Following Chelsea's forced inactivity in last summer's transfer window, they have come back with a bang in securing the services of German star striker Timo Werner. The 24-year-old has scored 78 Bundesliga goals in the last four seasons for RB Leipzig, making him one of the most sought after strikers in world football before Chelsea snapped him up.

Now, the Blues can surely begin to flirt with the Premier League title once more if they can get the German netting on the level of previous Chelsea heroes, such as Diego Costa and Didier Drogba. Werner has been brought in just for this reason and in title-winning campaigns of the past, the striker has always been the focal point in the west London side reaching the pinnacle of English football.

For Werner to win the Premier League Golden Boot is a great price of 14/1, considering Robert Lewandowski was the only man who bettered the Chelsea newbie in the Bundesliga top scorer race last season, when he bagged 34 to Werner's 28.

At the same time, you can get an almighty price of 80/1 for Chelsea to win the title and for Werner to win the Golden Boot.

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Marcus Rashford to win Golden boot odds - 18/1

Marcus Rashford finished this Premier League season with his best tally to date of 17 goals - the same as his goalscoring partner, Anthony Martial. However, what gets Rashford on this list is his sensational form just prior to his injury in January this year, which ultimately cut chunks out of his season and prevented a Golden Boot triumph.

After such a dreadful start to the season where he seemed to cause more harm than good, Rashford found his feet in astonishing style around November time. From matchday 12 up until matchday 22, Rashford netted seven league goals in 10 games and came within touching distance of Jamie Vardy at the top of the goalscoring charts out of nowhere.

However, following a double against Norwich City in early January, Rashford would endure an injury against Wolverhampton Wanderers not long after, forcing him to miss almost seven months of action because of injury and the hiatus.

Manchester United's number 10 would score three more league goals when football resumed, but his colleague, Martial, took the limelight during the club's ruthless charge towards the Champions League.

There can be no doubt that if it wasn't for Rashford's injury in early January, he could have snatched the Golden Boot in 2019/20. His form was simply on another level and every time United scored, it seemed to involve their academy product in some fashion. Plus, when the eventual winner Vardy slowed down, Rashford was just getting better and injury truly did prevent him from the greatness this year.

If he can stay injury-free and find the form he picked up in his charge for the Golden Boot last year, Rashford could shock us all, and he is now priced at 18/1 to do so. Furthermore, Martial to win the Golden Boot odds is priced at 20/1, whilst to see United reclaim the title and have either Rashford or Martial as the league's top scorer is a high 80/1.

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Harry Kane to win Golden boot odds - 7/1

Concluding with a more obvious one is two-time Golden Boot winner Harry Kane, who's odds are surprisingly high.

The England captain has not won the award since 2016/17, as Tottenham Hotspur have gradually distanced away from title contention. At the same time, the elite goalscorer has struggled with injuries and this season found himself playing only 29 of the 38 fixtures, a year after these struggles forced him to compete in just 28 games.

However, when on top form and when out of the treatment room, there is arguably not a better goalscorer in world football. Plus, since the restart, only Raheem Sterling and Michael Antonio bagged more Premier League goals than Kane since the restart, with their eight compared to the Spurs striker's six.

This season, the 27-year-old finished his race for the Golden Boot with 18 goals, and these two injury-plagued seasons of late have been the only times the Englishman has failed to score over 20 league goals since he burst onto the scene in 2014/15.

In fact, in the campaigns where the Spurs man won the top scorer award, he netted 29 goals in 30 games and 30 goals in 37 games, which is a record only the elite names of the past and present can match. In truth, with Salah recently breaking the record to score 32 goals in one campaign, this could have been easily surpassed by Kane when he netted 29 in 30 games.

If he can stay injury-free, then records of most goals in a season, Alan Shearer's all-time record and more, surely await this incredible goalscorer. Now, Kane to win Golden Boot odds is priced at 7/1, and he has to be considered for your Golden Boot bet; you just have to hope he stays out the treatment room.

There are some other Kane odds to look out for, such as Liverpool to win the Premier League and Kane top scorer at 22/1. Plus, for Spurs to win the title and for their main man to claim the Golden Boot is a high 200/1.

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