The Premier League is home to some of the best attacking talent in world football. Liverpool’s Mo Salah and Spurs striker Harry Kane are set to battle for the award yet again and are among the pre-season favourites, as well as newly arrived Erling Haaland at Manchester City. We’ll be tracking the chase for the golden boot with the latest Premier League top scorer odds and a detailed odds history, showing how each player’s chances have been rated by the bookies from the first week of the season.
We also track the following betting markets – take a look to see current odds and trends over time:
- Ballon d’Or Odds
- Premier League Winner Odds 2023/24
- Premier League Top 4 Odds 2023/24
- Premier League Relegation Odds 2023/24
- 2022 World Cup Winner Odds
2022/2023 Premier League Top Scorer – Latest Developments on Odds & Favourites:
- May 9th 2023 – Congratulations to Erling Haaland for a truly incredible season. He’s broken the single-season Premier League scoring record with four games to go and he’s just 22 years of age. An absolute freak.
- 23rd December 2022 – He was already massively favoured to win the Golden Boot before the World Cup, but with Erling Haaland having six weeks off to rest and recharge before the second half of the season, it seems impossible for anyone to catch him now.
- 12th October 2022 – 15 goals in nine games. Fifteen. One. Five. This guy is a joke. It’s October and Erling Haaland already has an implied probability of over 90% to win the Golden Boot. Insane.
- 16th September 2022 – Is it too early to say Erling Haaland has this wrapped up already? Maybe, but if he stays fit for the full season, it’s hard to look past the Norwegian lifting the Golden Boot trophy come the end of the season.
Premier League Top Scorer – Latest Updates Impacting Odds & Favourites: (via bet365)
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We monitor trends in odds on key markets of interest by tracking a range of UK and international bookmakers. The update frequency varies, but is clearly shown on all our tables and charts. After fetching odds direct from bookies, we convert them to implied probability to make them easier to manage (read more on implied probability and converting from fractional to % probability). We then take the mean average implied probability to get a consensus view across the betting industry. This average implied probability is what we show on our charts and tables.