The weekend's 10 Premier League ties yielded just 23 goals, a relatively low-scoring round compared to the average of 2.82 goals per game this season.
888Sport's latest Premier League odds see Kane at 7/2 (4.50) to finish the campaign as the top-flight's leading scorer.
The England international was around 12/1 (13.0) before his return from injury and has been in target in two of his three matches since that lay-off. With 16 goals for the season, Kane is now just two behind Sergio Aguero in the Golden Boot standings.
Aguero scored in Manchester City's midweek win over West Ham but couldn't repeat the trick against Bournemouth. 888Sport go 27/20 (2.35) about the Argentine finish top of the scoring charts although that price looks short enough given the potential for rotation with Gabriel Jesus as City continue to battle for three more trophies.
Mohamed Salah has gone three Premier League games without a goal for the first time in his Liverpool career.
The reigning Golden Boot holder is 12/5 (3.40) to defend the title and sits just one strike behind Aguero but the Egypt international looked short of confidence in the Merseyside derby, missing two great chances.
Having been brought off the bench, Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang missed a last-gasp penalty in the North London derby at Wembley and is 8/1 (9.0) to make up the two-goal deficit to the market leader.
As with Aguero, Aubameyang backers must be wary of rotation, with Arsenal looking set for a deep run in the Europa League which could affect their team selections in the top-flight.
Sadio Mane (40/1) is the only other player within four strikes of Aguero and the Liverpool forward has carried much of the goalscoring weight in recent weeks with six in his last seven Premier League outings.
With just nine games to go though, this ultra-competitive market looks a four-way heat that could go down to the wire.