Premier League Top Scorer Predictions, Odds, Picks 2022/23

  • The Premier League 2022/23 season begins on August 5 and will end on May 28
  • The campaign will take a break in November and December for the World Cup
  • Erling Haaland, Mohamed Salah, and Harry Kane are among the contenders

The Premier League 2022/23 season gets underway on August 5 and will run through to the end of May, with a six-week break in November and December for the World Cup in Qatar.

There is already plenty of focus on the title race, the top-four tussle, and the relegation battle, but the fight to win the Golden Boot is also worth watching.

It usually requires at least 20 goals to be in with a shout of finishing as the Premier League top scorer, with 25 sufficient to win the prize in each of the last four seasons. Let’s take a look at the main contenders.

Premier League 2022/23 Top Scorer Odds

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Premier League 2022/23 Top Scorer Odds
Erling Haaland (Manchester City) -160
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Harry Kane (Tottenham Hotspur) +450
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Mohamed Salah (Liverpool) +750
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Gabriel Jesus (Arsenal) +800
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Darwin Nunez (Liverpool) +2500
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Aleksandar Mitrović (Fulham) +2800
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Son Heung-min (Tottenham Hotspur) +3500
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Luis Diaz (Liverpool) +3500
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Cristiano Ronaldo (Manchester United) +4000
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Callum Wilson (Newcastle United) +4000
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Diogo Jota (Liverpool) +4000
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Manchester City won the Premier League title last season without a recognized center-forward, but Pep Guardiola moved to sign a proven goalscorer in that position this summer. Erling Haaland is the favorite to finish as the top scorer, but Mohamed Salah and Harry Kane will expect to challenge for the award.

Darwin Nunez, who has in effect replaced Sadio Mane at Liverpool, is the joint-fourth favorite alongside Cristiano Ronaldo. Son Heung-min looks like good value given he won a share of the Golden Boot last time out, while Diogo Jota, Jamie Vardy, and Julian Alvarez are outsiders.

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Who Is the Premier League Top Scorer 2022?

Son Heung-min and Mohamed Salah shared the Premier League Golden Boot in 2021/22. Each player scored 23 goals, with Son making up considerable ground on Salah in the second half of the season.

It was the fifth time in Premier League history that the top scorer prize has been shared – it also happened in 1997/98, 1998/99, 2010/11, and 2018/19.

Who Is the All-Time Premier League Top Scorer?

Player and Clubs Goals
Alan Shearer (Blackburn Rovers, Newcastle United) 260
Wayne Rooney (Everton, Manchester United) 208
Andrew Cole (Newcastle United, Manchester United, Blackburn Rovers, Fulham, Manchester City, Portsmouth) 187
Sergio Aguero (Manchester City) 184
Harry Kane (Tottenham Hotspur) 183
Frank Lampard (West Ham United, Chelsea, Manchester City) 177
Thierry Henry (Arsenal) 175
Robbie Fowler (Liverpool, Leeds United, Manchester City) 163
Jermain Defoe (West Ham United, Tottenham Hotspur, Portsmouth, Sunderland, Bournemouth) 162
Michael Owen (Liverpool, Newcastle United, Manchester United, Stoke City) 150

Alan Shearer is the all-time leading goalscorer in the Premier League, having scored 260 goals for Blackburn and Newcastle. The former England captain also scored 23 goals for Southampton in the First Division before it was rebranded as the Premier League.

Indeed, a different picture emerges when we also take the First Division era, from 1888 to 1992, into account alongside the 29 seasons of the Premier League. Top of the overall charts is Jimmy Greaves, who found the back of the net 357 times for Chelsea, Tottenham Hotspur and West Ham United.

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Which Players Have Finished as Premier League Top Scorer?

(Last 10 seasons)

Player(s), Club, and Goals Season
Mohamed Salah (Liverpool), Son Heung-min (Tottenham Hotspur), 23 2021/22
Harry Kane (Tottenham Hotspur), 23 2020/21
Jamie Vardy (Leicester City), 23 2019/20
Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang (Arsenal), Sadio Mane, and Mohamed Salah (both Liverpool), 22 2018/19
Mohamed Salah (Liverpool), 32 2017/18
Harry Kane (Tottenham Hotspur), 29 2016/17
Harry Kane (Tottenham Hotspur), 25 2015/16
Sergio Aguero (Manchester City), 26 2014/15
Luis Suarez (Liverpool), 31 2013/14
Robin van Persie (Manchester United), 26 2012/13

Who Has Finished as Premier League Top Scorer Most?

As you can see above, Harry Kane has finished as the Premier League’s top scorer in three different seasons.

That leaves him tied in second place with Alan Shearer, who scored more goals than any other player in the division while playing for Blackburn Rovers in 1994/95 and 1995/96, and while representing Newcastle United in 1996/97. Shearer is one of only two players to win the prize three years in a row.

Arsenal legend Thierry Henry is the other – and he is the man who leads the way overall, having finished as the Premier League’s top scorer in four different seasons. Michael Owen, Mohamed Salah, Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink, Didier Drogba, and Robin van Persie have each done it twice.

When Is the Premier League Top Scorer Announced?

The Premier League top scorer is simply the player who has notched the most goals over the course of the season.

The winner is only confirmed after each team has fulfilled all 38 of its fixtures, although the top scorer can often be predicted a few games before the end of the season if the player in first place has built up a healthy lead.

What Does the Premier League Top Scorer Receive?

The Premier League top scorer is also referred to as the ‘Golden Boot winner’. The award was founded in 1992 to mark the start of the Premier League, which was launched the same year.

Premier League top scorers receive a trophy that resembles a golden boot. They are also awarded £1000 per goal scored, with the proceeds given to a charity of the player’s choice.

Was the Premier League Called the Premiership?

The Premier League was called the Premiership for sponsorship reasons between 1993 and 2007. It has been known as the Premier League ever since.

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How Can I Watch the Premier League on TV?

Soccer fans based in the United States can watch the Premier League on NBC, Peacock Premium and fuboTV. Kick-off times usually range from 7.30 AM to 3.00 PM (EDT).

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