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Premier League Goal Leaders 2023-2024: Who Will Win the Golden Boot? Haaland has company this season

Who is chasing Erling Haaland for the Premier League Golden Boot?

( MORE: Premier League 2023-24 schedule: fixtures, results )

Haaland missed a lot of time due to a troublesome ankle injurymaking the list of potential winners grow as the season moves deeper into its thick second half.

A run of two goalless starts in the Premier League opened the door a little, but Haaland scored two goals in April to reach 20 for the second Premier League season in a row. However, the Golden Boot lead had evaporated when Cole Palmer left four goals behind against Everton in week 33 to move level with the re-injured Haaland. Newcastle’s Alexander Isak has also scored 20 goals since then.

That came after Haaland returned from the bench in week 35 at Nottingham Forest to score his league-best 21st, regaining sole possession of top spot. He then scored Nos. 22, 23, 24 and 25 against Wolves in Week 36.

Ollie Watkins has 19 this season and the Aston Villa forward has recorded 12 assists, the most in the Premier League, to continue his incredible season.

Who else is in the running?

For a while it was a wide open fight for the right to become the Premier League’s Golden Boot winner for the 2023-2024 season. Mohamed Salah has seventeen. Phil Foden, Heung-min Son, Bukayo Saka and Jarrod Bowen all have sixteen.

Next are Chris Wood, Hee-chan Hwang and Kai Havertz with 12, followed by Darwin Nunez, Nicolas Jackson, Leandro Trossard, Jean-Philippe Mateta and Matheus Cunha with 11. Eight more players have scored double-digit goals.

It’s fair to say that Haaland has a lot more competition this season, even with Harry Kane in Germany (and overtaking Haaland for Europe’s Golden Boot). Haaland won the 2022/23 Golden Boot with Manchester City when he scored 36 goals to set a new Premier League single-season record, and he will look to do that again this season.

These are the top scorers as we enter the final part of the 2023-2024 Premier League season.

Is there a tiebreaker for the Golden Boot?

No, if multiple players finish tied on the Golden Boot leaderboard, they will share the prizes.

Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang, Sadio Mane and Mohamed Salah all scored 22 goals in the 2018/19 season, while Carlos Tevez and Dimitar Berbatov shared the honors with 20 goals in 2010/11.

Michael Owen was part of back-to-back Golden Boot shares, splitting with Chris Sutton and Dion Dublin in 1997-98 and Dwight Yorke and Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink the following season.

Premier League Goalscorers 2023-2024

  1. Erling Haaland, Manchester City-25
  2. Cole Palmer, Chelsea-20
  3. Alexander Isak, Newcastle United-20
  4. Ollie Watkins, Aston Villa – 19
  5. Dominic Solanke, Bournemouth – 18
  6. Mohamed Salah, Liverpool – 17
  7. Phil Foden, Manchester City-16
  8. Jarrod Bowen, West Ham United – 16
  9. Heung-min Son, Tottenham – 16
  10. Bukayo Saka, Arsenal 16
  11. Chris Wood, Nottingham Forest – 12
  12. Kai Havertz, Arsenal – 12
  13. Hee-chan Hwang, Wolverhampton Wanderers – 12
  14. Darwin Nunez, Liverpool – 11
  15. Matheus Cunha, Wolves – 11
  16. Jean-Philippe Mateta, Crystal Palace – 11
  17. Nicolas Jackson, Chelsea 11
  18. Leandro Trossard, Arsenal 11
  19. Richarlison, Tottenham Hotspur – 10
  20. Anthony Gordon, Newcastle United 10
  21. Yoane Wissa, Brentford – 10
  22. Leon Bailey, Aston Villa – 10
  23. Diogo Jota, Liverpool 10
  24. Bruno Fernandes, Manchester United – 10
  25. Carlton Morris, Luton Town – 10
  26. Julian Alvarez, Manchester City – 10
  27. Douglas Luiz, Aston Villa – 9
  28. Elijah Adebayo, Luton Town – 9
  29. Rodrigo Muniz, Fulham – 9
  30. Callum Wilson, Newcastle United 9
  31. Martin Odegaard, Arsenal – 8
  32. João Pedro, Brighton – 8
  33. Bryan Mbeumo, Brentford-8
  34. Luis Diaz, Liverpool 8
  35. Eberechi Eze, Crystal Palace – 8
  36. Antoine Semenyo, Bournemouth – 8
  37. Rasmus Hojlund, Manchester United-8
  38. Scott McTominay, Manchester United-7
  39. Marcus Rashford, Manchester United-7
  40. Mohammed Kudus, West Ham United – 7
  41. Rodri, Manchester City-7
  42. Alejandro Garnacho, Manchester United – 7
  43. Odsonne Edouard, Crystal Palace – 7
  44. Michael Olise, Crystal Palace – 7
  45. Justin Kluivert, Bournemouth – 7
  46. Dominic Calvert-Lewin, Everton – 7
  47. Declan Rice, Arsenal – 7

List of Premier League hat-tricks, 2023-2024 season

Haaland, Heung-min Son and Evan Ferguson scored hat-tricks in week 4 alone.

Ollie Watkins bagged one in week 7 and the latest is from Eddie Nketiah in week 10.

Nicolas Jackson scored three times in Chelsea’s win over nine-man Spurs in Week 11.

Dominic Solanke scored three goals for Bournemouth in a 3-2 win over 10-man Forest in week 18.

Chris Wood had a Boxing Day, grabbing three for Nottingham Forest against former club Newcastle in week 19.

Elijah Adebayo scored three goals in Luton Town’s 4-0 win over Brighton to lift the Hatters out of the relegation zone.

Wolves’ Matheus Cunha completed his Week 23 hat-trick at Chelsea with a late penalty.

Phil Foden scored three goals in the first 70 minutes of Manchester City’s Week 23 match against Brentford.

Jarrod Bowen scored three times as West Ham emerged from a slump to beat Brentford in week 26.

Foden scored his second hat-trick of the season in week 31 against Aston Villa.

Cole Palmer scored early and then twice in stoppage time when Chelsea came back in week 31 to beat Manchester United 4-3 at Stamford Bridge.

Cole Palmer scored his second hat trick within 30 minutes of the kick-off between Chelsea and Everton in week 33, with the match ending with four goals from a second-half penalty.

Erling Haaland’s second hat-trick of the season may well have bagged another Golden Boot against Wolves in week 36.