Ahead of Thursday night's clash between Manchester City and Tottenham, bet365 have priced up Erling Haaland and Harry Kane's Total Premier League Goals for the season.
35 or more - 1/16
40 or more - 1/3
45 or more - 6/4
50 or more - 5/1
For the first time since joining Manchester City, Erling Haaland has gone consecutive games without scoring. The Norwegian is, however, still the runaway leader for Top Goalscorer, and on 21 goals before reaching the halfway stage of the season, it's hard to believe he won't smash several records by the end of May.
20 or more - 1/9
25 or more - 1/1
30 or more - 5/1
Despite playing for a team performing below expectations, under a manager who's more known for his teams' defensive robustness than their attacking fluency, Harry Kane remains on course for one of his best goalscoring seasons.
Only in 2016/17 and 2017/18 (when he scored 29 in 30 and 30 in 37) did Kane register more goals/90 than he's doing this season.
Should Kane play every available minute and maintain his current scoring rate, he'll find himself on 30 at the end of the campaign - currently a 5/1 shot.
Following Joao Felix's move to Chelsea, bet365 have priced up his Premier League goal line between now and the end of the season.
5 or more – 2/5
10 or more – 5/1
Undoubtedly a talented footballer, Joao Felix will be hoping to find a new lease of life after a frustrating three years in Madrid.
His biggest obstacle may be the misfiring team he's joining, with Chelsea seemingly lacking in several areas, but aged 23, his best years are ahead of him, and he'll hope to use his time at Stamford Bridge as a kickboard to restart his career if nothing else.
There are a number of capable players at Chelsea, and if Graham Potter can get a tune out of them, Felix may well be the primary beneficiary.
15 or more - 10/11
20 or more - 10/1
It can't have been easy for Marcus Rashford coming through at Manchester United. After bursting onto the scene, he's played under four different managers and several coaches; not ideal for any young player's development, but under Erik ten Hag, something seems to have clicked.
No longer playing under a defence-minded coach or playing through the pain barrier, Rashford may finally be about to have his time at Old Trafford.
He's got some way to go to better his 2019/20 tally of 17 goals in 31 games, but he's currently on seven in 17, and having scored in each of his last six games in all competitions since the World Cup, there's no reason Rashford can't kick on.
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Below article last updated 29.12.2022.
20 or more – 1/9
25 or more – 1/1
30 or more – 5/1
After being wrongly utilised by Nuno Esprito Santo, Harry Kane found a new lease of life under Antonio Conte, and while all is not well in the white half of North London at the moment, Kane is still finding the net regularly with 13 goals in 16 games and is now 1/9 (was 1/3) to score 20 or more and 1/1 (was 11/4) to score 25 or more.
15 or more – 1/2
20 or more – 9/2
25 or more – 50/1
Having opened at 4/6 to score 15 or more goals in the Premier League, Darwin Nunez is now 1/2, despite his patchy form since arriving on Merseyside. though his price for 20 or more has drifted from 9/4 to 9/2, with 25 or more out from 12/1 to 50/1.
His five goals in 11 league games have got him a third of the way there, and while some of his attempts on goal make his £64m price tag look particularly steep, he's regularly finding excellent positions, and the theory is goals should soon follow. His xG/90 is 0.77 - second behind only Erling Haaland (min. five 90s played), and his non-penalty xG/90 actually ranks him above Haaland.
Liverpool’s centre-forward arrived in the Premier League on the back of a 26-goal breakthrough season in Portugal, but he's not been quite as efficient in front of goal since his move, but the arrival of Cody Gakpo should see his service improve.
25 or more – 1/50
30 or more – 1/10
35 or more – 1/4
40 or more - 5/6
45 or more - 9/4
50 or more - 8/1
The signing of Erling Haaland was perhaps the most exciting we've seen in the Premier League for some time. Yes, there were question marks over his injury record and how he'd fit into a Pep Guardiola side, but all have been answered. He's been utterly devastating and it seems no one can stop him, with all records there for the taking.
Mohamed Salah's 32 goals is the record for the most in a 38-game season, and Haaland is as short as 1/4 to score 35 or more, having opened at 12/1. Incredibly, despite being in the Premier League for less than half a season, Erling Haaland has already scored 7% of Alan Shearer's record 260 goals. It's now just 5/6 that he bags 40 or more this season, which would take him to 15% of Shearer's total. At his current rate, Haaland would break Shearer's record in just five full seasons.
The 6/4 quoted in pre-season about 25 or more goals is now 1/50, while 50 or more is 8/1.
10 or more - 7/4
15 or more - 20/1
20 or more - 100/1
Liverpool have pinched an in-demand attacking option right from under their rivals' nose. While Manchester United looked the most likely destination for Cody Gakpo after his three goals at the World Cup, it's Liverpool who've moved swiftly to secure his signature before the transfer window even opens.
It's not just the World Cup where Gakpo has impressed this season, either. In the Eredivisie, Gakpo has nine goals and 12 assists to his name in just 14 games, and being able to play on the left wing or as an occasional centre-forward, he should get plenty of minutes at Anfield between now and the end of the season.
5 or more - 8/13
10 or more - 7/1
15 or more - 100/1
Linked with Manchester United in the summer, Matheus Cunha was slightly unfortunate to miss out on Brazil's World Cup squad. Not the most prolific goalscorer, Cunha operates more in the Roberto Firmino role, bringing others into play, however Wolves are desperate for goals, and will hope Cunha can lead the line and fire them to safety.
20 or more – 1/1
25 or more – 7/1
30 or more – 33/1
It's fair to say Mohamed Salah didn't get off to the best start this season, scoring just twice in his first eight games, but he's beginning to catch up with himself now with four in his last four, including one on the return from the World Cup against Aston Villa.
However time is against him if he wants to break the 20-goal barrier once more. Opening at 4/9, Salah is now 1/1, and out to 7/1 for 25 or more.
10 or more – 1/5
15 or more – 8/11
20 or more – 7/1
25 or more – 25/1
30 or more – 100/1
One of the most intriguing transfers of the summer window has seen Raheem Sterling move from Manchester City to Chelsea.
A massive part of Pep Guardiola’s title-winning sides, the England man found himself playing a less important role over the last couple of campaigns, with his goal tally dropping from 18, 17 and 20 to 10 and 13.
It will be a big transition for Sterling, and it will be interesting to see how well he fares under Thomas Tuchel.
Remarkably, in the last eight seasons, more than a third (38%) of Sterling’s Premier League goals have come from him being inside the six-yard box. Much more than the likes of Mohamed Salah (15%), Harry Kane (19%) and almost identical to Gabriel Jesus (40%).
15 or more – 6/5
20 or more – 8/1
25 or more – 100/1
Plenty of eyes were on Aleksandar Mitrovic coming into this season, with the Serbian taking another crack at the Premier League.
He's been in terrific form, picking up where he left off last season and has been the catalyst for Fulham's superb form which has seen them almost secure safety before reaching the halfway point in the season.
The Cottagers are 1/20 to stay up, and Mitrovic is into 4/5 from 6/5 to score 20 or more this season.