Where are value bets among 2017/18 Premier League club top scorer tips?
FootyOn experts give their 2017/18 Premier League club top scorer tips, as we seek value bets on the season ahead.
The race for the Golden Boot is always an intense one but, on the eve of the new campaign, betway offer punters something a little different.
They have priced up who will score the most goals for all 20 Premier League teams.
There are unique betting opportunities on offer here, however, in our 2017/18 Premier League club top scorer tips.
Here are the best value bets as assessed by our experts…
Roberto Firmino (Liverpool)
Who will score the most goals at Anfield in this Premier League season looks a process of elimination.
Sadio Mane missed the end of last season with a knee injury that may take some time to recover from.
Daniel Sturridge’s own fitness record leaves a lot to be desired and he limped off in a recent pre-season friendly.
Philippe Coutinho, meanwhile, is being courted by Barcelona as a potential replacement for compatriot Neymar.
New signing Mohamed Salah is not proven in the Premier League, though seldom got a chance at Chelsea.
That leaves another Brazil international, Roberto Firmino as value at 4/1 to net most league goals for Jurgen Klopp’s Anfield outfit.
Eden Hazard (Chelsea)
If you take Diego Costa out of the equation, then Belgium star Eden Hazard has scored the most league goals for the Blues over the last three seasons.
Brazil-born Spain striker Costa isn’t part of Antonio Conte’s plans at Stamford Bridge anymore, so can seemingly be ruled out.
Alvaro Morata, the reported £60,000,000 replacement for Costa, had a debut to forget in the Community Shield.
While the rangy Spaniard may still come good, he is not proven in the Premier League like Hazard.
Morata at odds-on (2/5) isn’t value, but taking the 5/2 about Hazard being Chelsea top scorer certainly is.
Jay Rodriguez (West Bromwich Albion)
It almost seemed as if Southampton had lost faith in England cap Jay Rodriguez after his serious knee injury.
Moving to Tony Pulis’ Baggies gives him a fresh start in a side that struggled for goals last term.
Whether he is a foil for Jose Salomon Rondon or an attacking alternative to the Venezuela target man remains to be seen.
Nacer Chadli can create plenty of opportunities if Rodriguez returns to form at The Hawthorns.
Sandro Ramirez (Everton)
The Goodison Park squad has experienced something of an attacking overhaul this summer.
Ronald Koeman has seen Romelu Lukaku sold to Manchester United for a whopping £75,000,000.
Wayne Rooney has returned to the Toffees for free coming the other way, but the value bet looks to be Barcelona academy graduate Sandro Ramirez.
His displays for Malaga last term demonstrated what he could do if given regular football and he ought to get that under Koeman.
Several odds-on favourites impossible to oppose
There are naturally a number of players who are short-prices to top their club charts with good reason.
Arsenal still have lingering doubts over Alexis Sanchez’s future at the Emirates, so Alexandre Lacazette (4/7) looks the obvious choice after joining the Gunners for a club record fee.
Across London, meanwhile, Tottenham have total faith in Harry Kane (1/6) and West Ham United have made the eye-catching signing of Javier Hernandez.
The Mexico poacher, known as Chicharito, has played Premier League football before with Man Utd, so is 8/13 to top the Hammers’ charts.
Bournemouth got Jermain Defoe (5/6) for nothing and the veteran poacher still proved he could do it in a struggling side like Sunderland last season.
Christian Benteke (1/5) is by some distance Crystal Palace’s main threat, and you can say the same of fellow Belgium international Lukaku (1/3) at Man Utd.
Sergio Aguero (10/11), meanwhile, can hold off young pretender Gabriel Jesus (11/10) and once again be Manchester City’s top scorer.
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