Liverpool star Mohamed Salah and Tottenham Hotspur striker Harry Kane have been fighting it out for the Premier League Golden Boot for months.
With less than a month until the season comes to an end, the race is getting down to the wire, and it is the prolific Egyptian who is leading the way.
Salah increased his tally to 30 on Saturday in a 3-0 victory over Bournemouth at Anfield, while Kane remains on 25 after failing to strike against Manchester City.
The England international has five matches left to win his third consecutive Golden Boot, but his opponent is at a disadvantage with just four remaining.
In addition, with Champions League semi-finals on the horizon for Liverpool, manager Jurgen Klopp may not risk Salah in this weekend’s league match against West Bromwich Albion.
The race for top scorer got juicier last week when Salah appeared to mock Kane for claiming Christian Eriksen’s winning goal against Stoke City.
Tottenham launched a successful appeal after the striker insisted that he got a touch on the ball after his teammate struck from a free kick.
With only a handful of weeks left to go until the Golden Boot winner is crowned, we asked you who is likely to take home the individual award.
The outcome was overwhelmingly in favour of one candidate…