There aren't many questions left to answer in the Premier League. Manchester City are now counting down the games until they’re confirmed as champions and the top four race is looking predictable as Chelsea and Arsenal struggle to make up any ground on the current occupants.
Punters are short of outright options but the most exciting market to follow over the coming weeks in the top flight could be the race to be crowned the division’s leading marksman.
Magic Mo Salah delivers again
Few expected Mohamed Salah's arrival at Liverpool to have quite such an impact on the goal scoring front. The Egypt international began the season as a 66/1 (67.0) shot in the Premier League top scorer betting but is now just 15/8 (2.88) with dabblebet after netting his 24th goal of the campaign.
Having scored in nine of his last 10 games, Salah’s consistent form means there is a serious battle going on in this market. At 15/8 (2.88) some might look upon the second favourite as a great option considering the Reds face Watford, Crystal Palace, Everton and Bournemouth after their clash with Manchester United at Old Trafford this weekend.
Kane still favourite to retain his crown
Two-time winner of the prize and current holder Harry Kane remains the market leader, but the 24-year-old failed to find to get on the scoresheet against Huddersfield Town at Wembley. With nine Premier League games to go in the race for the Golden Boot, the Tottenham striker is priced at 4/6 (1.67) to complete a hat-trick in this betting heat.
Spurs face Bournemouth, Chelsea, Stoke and Manchester City in their next four league matches. That’s a run of fixtures that certainly won’t be the easiest task for the favourite to bolster his tally by too many goals, but his form at the end of the previous campaign shows just how deadly Kane can be.
Aguero with work to do as Jesus returns
Sergio Aguero is still searching for his 200th Manchester City goal and is now 13/2 (7.50) in dabblebet's Premier League top scorer odds, having failed to score at the Etihad for the first time in eight matches in all competitions.
Aguero now trails both leading contenders by three goals and with Gabriel Jesus returning from injury, the Argentina international could be subject to some rotation as Pep Guardiola's side chase three trophies.