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League 1 top scorer odds

League 1 top scorer odds

Who will be the League 1 top scorer 2019/2020?

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    Highest
odds
Lowest
odds
James Norwood6.006.00
Mohamed Eisa9.009.00
Ivan Toney10.0010.00
John Marquis11.0011.00
Kayden Jackson17.0017.00
Tyler Walker17.0017.00
Paddy Madden21.0021.00
Chris Maguire26.0026.00
Freddie Ladapo26.0026.00
Ian Henderson26.0026.00
Jonson Clarke-Harris26.0026.00
Matt Taylor (Oxford Utd)26.0026.00
Armand Gnanduillet34.0034.00
Charlie Wyke34.0034.00
Ched Evans34.0034.00
Matt Godden (Coventry)34.0034.00
Kieran Agard41.0041.00
Rhys Healey41.0041.00
Will Grigg41.0041.00
Alex Jakubiak (Gillingham)51.0051.00
Brett Pitman51.0051.00
John Akinde51.0051.00
Liam Boyce51.0051.00
Marc Mc Nulty51.0051.00
Stephen Humphrys51.0051.00
Bruno Andrade67.0067.00
Connor Jennings67.0067.00
Joe Nuttall67.0067.00
Joe Pigott67.0067.00
Niall Ennis67.0067.00
Scott Fraser (Burton Albion)67.0067.00
Simon Cox67.0067.00
Sullay Kaikai67.0067.00
Theo Robinson67.0067.00
Amadou Bakayoko81.0081.00
Ben Woodburn81.0081.00
Colby Bishop81.0081.00
Ellis Harrison81.0081.00
Jordy Hiwula81.0081.00
Jorge Grant81.0081.00
Josh Morris81.0081.00
Kwesi Appiah81.0081.00
Marcus Harness81.0081.00
Marcus Maddison81.0081.00
Mikael Ndjoli81.0081.00
Morgan Ferrier (Tranmere)81.0081.00
Nathan Delfouneso81.0081.00
Ronan Curtis81.0081.00
Stefan Payne81.0081.00
Tom Nichols81.0081.00
Adebayo Akinfenwa101.00101.00
Aiden Mc Geady101.00101.00
Billy Kee101.00101.00
Carlton Morris101.00101.00
Conor Mc Aleny101.00101.00
Jack Payne101.00101.00
Jordan Bowery101.00101.00
Kieran Sadlier (Doncaster)101.00101.00
Kyle Vassell101.00101.00
Lucas Akins101.00101.00
Michael Smith101.00101.00
Nathan Broadhead (Burton Albion)101.00101.00
Oliver Hawkins101.00101.00
Paul Smyth101.00101.00
Ryan Hardie101.00101.00
Scott Kashket101.00101.00
Sean Mc Conville101.00101.00
Brandon Goodship151.00151.00
Brandon Hanlan151.00151.00
Fejiri Okenabirhie151.00151.00
Fred Onyedinma (Wycombe)151.00151.00
Gareth Evans151.00151.00
Joe Mason151.00151.00
Joshua Kayode151.00151.00
Michael Folivi (Afc Wimbledon)151.00151.00
Rushian Hepburn-Murphy (Tranmere)151.00151.00
Steve Morison (Shrewsbury)151.00151.00
Tariqe Fosu151.00151.00
Tyler Smith151.00151.00
Adam Roscrow201.00201.00
Adi Yussuf201.00201.00
Alex Kiwomya201.00201.00
Alex Samuel (Wycombe)201.00201.00
Ashley Hunter201.00201.00
Gwion Edwards201.00201.00
Jordan Ponticelli (Tranmere)201.00201.00
Maxime Biamou201.00201.00
Rekeil Pyke (Rochdale)201.00201.00
Tom Hopper201.00201.00
Daniel Udoh (Shrewsbury)251.00251.00
Ben Close (Portsmouth)501.00501.00
Duncan Watmore501.00501.00
George Boyd501.00501.00

Who will be this Season’s League One Top Goalscorer?

As the beginning of the 2019/20 football season looms large, speculation is mounting as to who the standout players in each league will be...

One sure-fire way to enter oneself into this conversation is to score goals. Bags of them, ideally. A healthy tally is not only the best way to help your team rise through the divisions but also of acquiring copious amounts of personal glory.

The nature of the English Football League system is such that, in any of the three divisions, below the top flight, the same player is unlikely to be crowned top scorer in successive seasons. In the overwhelming majority of seasons, the player with the highest number of goals at the end of May is usually either promoted with his team or, alternatively, snapped up by a club from one of the higher divisions.

There are exceptions, of course, but this transitory state of affairs makes drawing up a shortlist of players who are most likely to take home the famed golden boot notoriously difficult.

The bookies have had a go, however. Without further ado then, let's take a look at the frontrunners for the coming League One season...

1)    Ipswich Town – James Norwood

Tractor Boys forward, James Norwood is something of an unknown quantity in the third tier of English football. He made a handful of League One appearances when he was a precocious talent at Exeter City way back in 2009. But, in the decade since, Norwood has spent the majority of his time in the lower divisions. However, he is, and with good reason, one of the favourites to net the most goals in the 2019/20 season having recently joined Ipswich Town in this summer's transfer window. Having been relegated last term, Ipswich will no doubt be seeking to bounce back at the first opportunity. As Norwood was the top scorer with Tranmere Rovers in League Two last year, Ipswich gaffer Paul Lambert will be hopeful the forward can maintain his strike-rate at this higher level. Norwood, now 28, will be hoping that Portman Road will be a happy home for him – he undoubtedly has the natural attacking instincts to make him a success here. Having arrived at the club on a free transfer, the Eastbourne-raised striker is a relatively low-risk addition to Lambert’s squad. He will face his old side, Tranmere, again this season having helped them gain promotion for League Two last campaign. Norwood will surely be keen to show them what they are missing.

2) Doncaster Rovers – John Marquis

A rarity in this list in that he has stayed in the same league in which he played last season, 27-year-old John Marquis will turn out again for Doncaster Rovers this season. The powerful striker was in fine fettle last season; he scored 24 times in 44 appearances, giving him an excellent goals-to-games ratio of nearly one in two. This is the kind of goalscoring form which can gift a team a significant nudge in the direction of promotion; sadly, for Doncaster Rovers, Marquis's tally alone wasn't enough to get them over the line. They did qualify for the play-offs, finishing 6th, but ultimately lost out in the semi-finals to the eventually promoted Charlton Athletic. Having scored nearly 70 goals over the last three campaigns with Rovers, boss Darren Moore will be anticipating a similarly impressive return in 2019/20 - Moore would be justified in thinking this will be enough to get Doncaster Rovers in the top six again, at the very least.

3)    Sunderland – Will Grigg

Many a football fan will be familiar with the 'Will Grigg's on Fire' chant that immortalised the Northern Irishman at the 2016 European Championships. Apart from being the subject of terrace jollity, Grigg is also an impressive goalscorer at League One level. He had half a season with Sunderland last season. He failed to hit top form with the Black Cats - but with the North East club one of the favourites for automatic promotion this year, it would be foolish to dismiss Grigg in the race for this year's Golden Boot. Amazingly, the forward has scored over a century of goals at this level. Admittedly, he will be under a great deal of pressure to maintain this magnificent goal scoring record. This stress will only be intensified by the weight of expectation which comes with playing for Sunderland, who are far too big a club to be competing in the third tier of the English football pyramid, in all honesty.


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