After hitting double figures in Premier League goals with a brace against former club Everton, we have priced Richarlison at 6/1 to hit the 20 goal mark this season.
Following a miserable first campaign at Spurs after transferring from Everton for £60m last summer - registering just one Premier League goal - Richarlison appears to have come alive under Ange Postecoglou this term.
Previously deployed out wide, Richarlison has been moved into a central striking berth to great effect by Postecoglou, with the 26-year-old seeming far more comfortable in this role which he also occupies for the Brazilian national team.
Since notching a brace against Newcastle on 10th December, Richarlison has scored seven goals in his last seven Premier League matches.
The Brazilian has stepped up marvellously in the absence of skipper and attacking talisman Son Heung-min who has missed the last three Premier League matches whilst representing South Korea at the Asian Cup, with Richarlison scoring four goals in this period.
With confidence running through his veins as the focal point in what is an ultra-attacking tactical system employed by Spurs manager Postecoglou, Richarlison looks primed to surpass his career-best goals tally in a single season of 13 whilst at Everton.
bet365’s Steve Freeth said: “Barring a late cameo against Sheffield United, we hadn’t seen much from Richarlison before his operation, but he’s returned refreshed and clinical in front of goal with nine in his last eight Premier League matches."
This swashbuckling Spurs side are yet to fail to hit the back of the net in any Premier League match this season - with only Liverpool and Man City having hit more goals in the division - and Richarlison will likely back himself to fill his boots from now until the end of the campaign