Mohamed Salah odds on to be Premier League top scorer after Kane injury

Harry Kane’s untimely injury picked up in the 4-1 win over Bournemouth on Sunday, has seen Liverpool’s Mohamed Salah installed as the new favourite to be the Golden Boot winner, he is currently 4/5 with Betvictor.

Both Kane and Salah failed to find the net in their respective games at the weekend, and both are still locked together on 24 goals in the Premier League top goalscorers chart.

If Kane’s injury layoff is for longer than anticipated, that will obviously play into the hands of anybody currently on Salah. The Egyptian’s odds will be further cut if it is announced that Kane is set to be out for weeks, rather than days.

Betvictor now only have odds up for 3 players in the Premier League Top Goalscorer Betting market, they are Salah at 4/5, Kane at 7/4, and Sergio Aguero at 9/2.

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Salah is now odds on to win Golden Boot

Wednesday Champions League New Customer Offers – 25/1 on Man City to qualify, and 28/1 on a goal in Spurs V Juve

PSG crashed out of the Champions League at the hands of Real Madrid last night, and Liverpool also cruised into the last 8, with a 5-0 aggregate win over Porto.

Tonight we see two more English clubs hoping to join Liverpool in the last 8, with Manchester City and Tottenham Hotspur, both in action.

Man City are already as good as through after demolishing Basel 4-0 in Switzerland, making this Betfair offer look absolutely outstanding.

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The second offer today is available on the match involving Spurs and Juventus at Wembley. New Coral customers opening an account here can get a massive 28/1 on a Goal To Be Scored in Tottenham V Juventus match.

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In outright winner Champions League Betting, Manchester City are still favourites at 16/5 with 10Bet to win the trophy outright, Real Madrid are now into 4/1 second favourites after knocking out early season favourites, PSG, in Paris last night.

Spurs FA Cup Odds 9/4 after Rochdale thrashing

In the end VAR and the snow turned out to be the biggest obstacles in the way of Spurs, and a date in the 6th Round of the FA Cup, as Mauricio Pochettino’s team ran out easy 6-1 victors over League 1 Rochdale, at Wembley on a cold Wednesday night.

Spurs now occupy joint favouritism to lift the FA Cup, at 9/4 with William Hill, alongside Jose Mourinho’s Manchester United side.

FA Cup Winner Odds
Spurs are 9/4 joint favourites

In the 6th Round, Spurs travel to South Wales to take on Swansea City on 17th March, while joint fellow favourites, Manchester United, face Brighton at Old Trafford on the same day.

Both will obviously expect to progress from those fixtures, but for Spurs, if they do, they will have the massive advantage of what will effectively be a home match in the semi-finals, as both are to be held at Wembley.

With Man City now out of the competition, the FA Cup now represents a huge chance for Spurs to finally claim a trophy under Pochettino, which will certainly keep the pundits happy, and will also no doubt please star players like Harry Kane and Dele Alli, whose heads may eventually get turned if Spurs can’t win any silverware.

Kane is currently one of the hottest strikers in Europe, and reportedly on the radar of Spanish giants Real Madrid. The in-form Spurs striker is favourite in the betting to be the Premier League Top Goalscorer this season, and will also no doubt be a popular bet in the World Cup Golden Boot Betting.

Liverpool V Spurs First Goalscorer Betting

Not only is this a huge match in terms of Top 4 Finish Betting, but today’s fixture between Liverpool and Tottenham also represents a huge showdown between the two most prolific strikers in the Premier League this season, as Mohamad Salah and Harry Kane are also going head-to-head.

At the moment Kane leads the way at the top of the goal scoring charts with 21 strikes, to Salah’s 19 Premier League goals.

They both have an impressive strike rate of a goal every 98 minutes, with only Sergio Aguero on a goal every 100 minutes coming close, these three are also the favourites in the top goalscorer betting with Paddy Power, with Kane at 1/3, Salah at 9/2, and Aguero at 5/1, in an apparent 3 horse race. The next best are Raheem Sterling and Romelu Lukaku, both at 50/1.

Paddy Power Golden Boot
Paddy Power Top Goalscorer Betting

Moving onto today’s match, and again they are neck and neck, with both Kane and Salah at 4/1 to score first with the majority of bookmakers, including Paddy Power and William Hill.

Also in First Goalscorer Betting today are Liverpool’s Roberto Firmino at 9/2 and Sadio Mane at 6/1.

For Spurs, after Harry Kane, the odds get much longer. The in-form and ever consistent Son Heung-Min is 17/2, Dele Alli is 9/1, and new signing Lucas Moura is 10/1.

Anytime Goalscorer Betting is also dominated by the same two, with Kane and Salah both at 13/10 to find the net anytime with Ladbrokes, Coral, and Betfair. Firmino is 13/8, and Son is 11/4.

Latest Mark Hughes Sack Race odds sees him as 1/2 favourite

Yesterday’s thrashing from Chelsea has seen Stoke City boss, Mark Hughes, consolidate himself at the top of the Next Manager To Leave his Position Betting.

Both Paddy Power and Betfair have Hughes as their 1/2 favourite to be the next manager out, despite Hughes’ bullish confidence that he believes his position to be safe.

Sympathy For Hughes?

I do have an element of sympathy with Mark Hughes. He was always on a hiding to nothing yesterday at Chelsea. Eyeing the bigger picture, Hughes left out Peter Crouch, Xherdan Shaqiri and Joe Allen, saving them for the Bank Holiday Monday fixture against Newcastle, as that is obviously a match which will have more bearing at the bottom of the league.

Having said that, had Stoke performed better in recent weeks, then Hughes wouldn’t be in this position. So it’s hard to have too much sympathy, you are where you are for a reason.

Dum Decision?

Next in the betting is Southampton’s Mauricio Pellegrino, the same two firms have him as 15/8 second favourite. Now I’m not suggesting for a minute that Claude Puel is the greatest manager in the history of football, and he has had a reasonable start at Leicester, a relatively stable club.

But on the face of it, sacking Puel at the end of last season looks to be one of the dumbest decisions in football. The Frenchman led the Saints to 8th in the Premier League, and to the EFL Cup final, were they only narrowly lost to Man Utd.

Sacking him is not quite up there with the Gary Rowett decision at Birmingham City, but it certainly ain’t too far behind it when it comes to daft decisions!