Premier League Betting Tips: Kane, Salah and Aguero still fighting for Golden Boot

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The trio are separated by just three goals with ten games to go after the weekend's action, which saw Liverpool and Spurs claim league victories

With just 10 games left of the Premier League season, the race for the golden boot looks set to go down to the wire.

Harry Kane leads the way on 24 goals as he searches for a third consecutive crown, but Mohamed Salah and Sergio Aguero are hot on his tail.

Both Kane and Salah netted once on the weekend whilst Aguero scored against Arsenal in the Carabao Cup final, but has a chance to catch up on Thursday night when the Argentina international faces the Gunners again.

Kane looking good for a hat-trick?

Kane, who scored his 100th Premier League goal in just 141 games earlier this season, is unsurprisingly dabblebet’s 1/2 (1.50) favourite to take the title again.

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The Spurs man will become just the third man to win three straight golden boots after Alan Shearer and Thierry Henry, and faces Stoke City, West Bromwich Albion and Leicester City in the run-in – a trio he has netted 24 times against.

Sitting just one goal behind Kane is Salah, who has stunned Liverpool fans and neutrals alike with his return of 23 Premier League goals and 31 in all competitions.

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The Egyptian forward is a tempting 11/4 (3.75) to grab the golden boot in his first full season, a feat which is achievable due to Liverpool’s remaining fixtures.

Indeed, the Reds only face three top-half teams in Manchester United, Everton and Chelsea, and they are generously spread out.

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Aguero to double up

Finally, Aguero brings up the rear with 21 strikes to his name, but is firmly in the running due to his game in hand on Thursday night where he'll be aiming to score his 200th goal in City colours.

The Argentine is 4/1 (5.0) to grab a second golden boot award, although the 2014/15 winner will have his work cut out after Gabriel Jesus’ return following six weeks on the sidelines.

Jesus and Aguero shared striking duties before the Brazilian’s knee injury, and although the latter scored nine goals in six games without Jesus as an option, he may find himself being rotated to allow both players time on the pitch.

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