As we head into the New Year, we don’t make many predictions at OddsMonkey but we would be remiss not to advise anyone to back Harry Kane to break records next year.
Kane, at just 24, has just enjoyed another brilliant year 2017 – smashing home 56 goals in 52 appearances for club and country – which included the most Premier League goals in a calendar year.
Now Bookmakers are already cutting the odds in numerous markets involving the Tottenham star.
“Harry Kane has continued his brilliance this year, firmly establishing himself as one of the world’s leading strikers, and he has will have a number of records in his sights in 2018,” said OddsMonkey spokesman Peter Watton.
“He is odds-on to finish Premier League top-scorer for a third successive season, but he will have the record in one season of 34 – set by Alan Shearer and Andy Cole – firmly in his sights and he is just 2/1 for that honour.
“And with it being a World Cup year, you have to look at his chances of delivering at the finals – and he is 16/1 to win the Golden Boot in Russia.”