The Premier League's top two scorers this season go head-to-head on Sunday afternoon when Liverpool play host to Tottenham Hotspur.
Tottenham's Harry Kane has been the top flight's top scorer in both of the last two campaigns and the England striker is hoping to make it a hat-trick this term.
Mohamed Salah, however, is enjoying a dream debut season in English football and the 25-year-old Egyptian would love to go to this summer's World Cup as the Premier League's leading marksman.
Kane on target again?
Son to step up?
Spurs, though, cannot depend wholly on Kane and Heung-Min Son could be one to step up to the plate at Anfield. With eight Premier League goals so far this season, the South Korean is good value at 2/1 (3.0) to score in 90 minutes.
Mohamed Salah is Liverpool's main threat and the former Roma man is likely to attract plenty of support in the first scorer market at 15/4 (4.75).
The Egyptian is also a generous even money (2.0) chance to score against Spurs for the second time this season.
Best value, though, may lie in backing the superb Salah to strike at even money (2.0) with dabblebet ahead of Sunday's showdown.