Scottish Premiership top scorer tips: Griffiths to reclaim crown
Our Scottish football expert gives 2017/18 Scottish Premiership top scorer tips, featuring Leigh Griffiths odds and Alfredo Morelos.
The Scottish top-flight is underway and a number of potent poachers are already up and firing.
Featuring new additions and established names north of the border, we’ve looked at Scottish Premiership top scorer tips and chosen our top five…
All odds courtesy of BetVictor.
Leigh Griffiths odds head betting (3/1)
Leith-born Celtic marksman Griffiths has hit the ground running this term, scoring five in all club competitions so far – not to mention a brilliant free-kick brace for Scotland against England back in June.
With the superb service on offer from the likes of Scott Sinclair and Patrick Roberts to name just a few, expect the former Hibernian man to fill his boots in a goal-laden campaign.
Griffiths odds are well worth a gamble in this market.
Alfredo Morelos may be worth wager (5/1)
Rangers’ young Colombian is a sensational striker and has been prolific everywhere he has played.
After moving permanently to HJK Helsinki earlier this year, Morelos netted an incredible 11 in 12 league games and scored seven in six domestic outings for Independiente Medellin before that.
In six Scottish Premiership appearances, he has scored the same number, so he’s the division’s top scorer.
Moussa Dembele could deliver again (10/1)
Generous odds for a man that scored 17 in 29 Premiership games last term.
French talent Dembele has been out for the start of the campaign, but most recently made a scoring return during his first league game back with a goal against Ross County.
He can count upon the same supporting cast as Griffiths too, a deep squad that consistently creates numerous goal-scoring chances a game.
Louis Moult making waves at Motherwell (12/1)
With five in six Scottish Premiership games so far, Moult could well be in the hunt to take the coveted prize.
The Motherwell man has scored 35 in 75 domestic run-outs for the Steelmen and has found the net five times in his last four league games.
Stevie May an outside shout on Scottish return (16/1)
Returning north after spells down in England, long-locked striker May has quickly established his place amongst the best finishers in Scotland.
He already has three Aberdeen league goals to his name and looks certain to continue his form.
May looks sharp and determined to get back into the Scotland set up after three years away.