The EPL currently has some of the hottest attacking talents in the league. Thanks to increased TV revenue and investment, the world’s eyes are often on the EPL every Saturday, and some of the best matches contain loads of goals. Who’s scoring those goals? Quite often, it’s one of these strikers.
So whether you’re lining up a bet for top goal scorer or looking at who’s going to score in each individual match, check out this list to see who the best strikers in the EPL are. You can find odds for all these and more at Silentbet.
- Sergio Aguero
Sergio Aguero is one of the best natural finishers around and he’s been leading the line for City for over a decade now. He recently became the highest scoring foreigner in the EPL of all time. Some question why Guardiola still doesn’t have 100% faith in the player, but he has been as reliable as they come, aside from a few injury issues. Who can forget the famous injury-time goal to win City the league against QPR?
- Jamie Vardy
Vardy has had won of the most interesting careers in football. He was playing in the lower leagues for a big part of his career, but then went through a meteoric rise to the top, culminating in the Player of the Year award and helping Leicester win the league in 2016. He’s into his thirties now, but many people think he is again having one of his best seasons under Brendan Rodgers. If anything, Vardy is still vastly underrated by many.
- Harry Kane
Harry Kane is perhaps England’s most famous current player. Like Vardy, he also almost came out of nowhere to become Spurs’ most important player. He has suffered some recent injury issues which hasn’t helped Spurs, but when healthy he’s one of the best strikers in the league, no doubt about it.
- Marcus Rashford
Rashford is still only young, but he has a ton of talent and has already gained a lot of experience. It’s a shame England have such depth up front as he would normally be a guaranteed starter, but there are many others vying for the spot. Rashford has also had some recent injuries, and it remains to be seen how he’ll come back once he recovers, but he should be an important player for England over the next few years.
- Mo Salah
Some will argue that Salah isn’t an out and out striker like many of the rest on the list, but he’s still one of the best forwards in the league alongside Mane and Firmino in Liverpool’s famous front-line. And he looks set to play an important role in Liverpool’s first EPL win this season.
- Tammy Abraham
Another young England striker, Abraham has impressed many for Chelsea this season and is their first choice striker ahead of Giroud. With other injury problems for his England team-mates, it could be Abraham leading the line in the Euros.
- Danny Ings
Danny Ings has enjoyed such a resurgence in form it would be hard to leave him off this list. While not one of the most famous names or at one of the biggest clubs, he’s been one of the best strikers in the league this season and many argue he should get an England call-up.
- Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang
The Gabonese striker has been leading the line for Arsenal for a couple of years now, and is arguably their best player. Has his recent form dipped a bit recently? Maybe. But he’s still one of the best strikers in the league for many.