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Best Anytime Goalscorers of the 2018/19 Premier League Season

Betting on an anytime goalscorer offers some exciting odds and returns in the Premier League.

Due to the competitive nature and quality of the league, goals come from a variety of players and positions. This can sometimes offer better odds than the win/draw/win market and if you choose to bet on the underdog, can deliver a serious return from a single market.

To help you choose the best anytime goalscorer to add to your acca, we’ve compiled all the stats and data from’s intelligent anytime goalscorer football prediction algorithm, to give you the best chance of a return.

These are the best anytime goal scorers of the 2018/19 Premier League season so far.

The race for Golden Boot – Premier League top scorers

The race for the Golden Boot is a lot more open than it was last season.

This is partly down to Mo Salah being unable to reach the emphatic heights of last season and Harry Kane’s mid-season injury. Here are the Premier League top goal scorers so far.

1) Sergio Aguero (Manchester City) – 18 Goals

Taking first place is City’s Sergio Aguero. The forward has been in the form of his life this season and he’s played a huge role in the Sky Blues’ superb form across all 4 competitions they’re in.

2) Mohamed Salah (Liverpool) – 17 Goals

Mo Salah hasn’t reached the heights of last season, yet he’s certainly managed to put to bed any criticism that he was a ‘one season wonder’. Having scored 17 goals, he’s still one of the most likely to bag a goal in any Liverpool match.

3) Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang (Arsenal) – 16 Goals

Aubameyang has been banging the goals in for Arsenal this season. He’s only two goals away from the top spot, which is even more impressive given Arsenal’s inconsistent performances this year.

3) Harry Kane (Tottenham Hotspur) – 16 Goals

For as long as he plays in the Premier League, Harry Kane will be in the mix for top goal scorer. His chances of taking the Golden Boot this season have been hampered by a mid-season injury but we wouldn’t be surprised if he’s there or thereabouts come the end of the season.

4) Sadio Mane (Liverpool) – 14 Goals

Mane’s position at the top of Liverpool’s front 3 has been critical for the Reds’ promising title challenge. He’s already bagged 14 goals so far and continues to be a threat, even when Liverpool aren’t playing their most attractive football.

4) Eden Hazard (Chelsea) – 12 Goals

This could well be Hazard’s last season in a Chelsea shirt, but he’s played a pivotal role in the team’s performance. As Sarri-ball seems to have crashed and burnt, Hazard has been the player to keep the Blues competing for a top 4 position.

4) Raheem Sterling (Manchester City) – 12 Goals

It takes a lot to consistently start in the Premier League for Manchester City. Raheem Sterling has repaid Guardiola’s faith in him. The City winger is under constant criticism from the media and has been embroiled in arguments surrounding racial abuse of players. Yet, Sterling lets his football do the talking.

Top Goals Per Minutes Played Ratio – Premier League 2018/19

If you want to see better odds when betting on anytime goalscorers, it’s worth checking each player’s goal per minutes played ratio. This gives an indication of those who are more consistent scorers when on the team sheet. Here’s the top 10 from the season so far.

Note: Some players with low goals to minutes played ratios have been omitted from our list because they have played such a low number of games despite managing to score.

  • Sergio Aguero (Manchester City) – 99 minutes per goal
  • Son Heung-Min (Tottenham Hotspur) – 123 minutes per goal
  • Mohamed Salah (Liverpool) – 130 minutes per goal
  • Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang (Arsenal) – 134 minutes per goal
  • Harry Kane (Tottenham Hotspur) – 135 minutes per goal
  • Gabriel Jesus (Manchester City) – 140 minutes per goal
  • Anthony Martial (Manchester United) – 142 minutes per goal
  • Raheem Sterling (Manchester City) – 163 minutes per goal
  • Xherdan Shaqiri (Liverpool) – 166 minutes per goal
  • Eden Hazard (Chelsea) – 168 minutes per goal

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