After 37 matchdays, the Premier League's Golden Boot is still up for grabs. Three of England's best strikers have delivered all season, leaving them in the mix to take home the coveted honor.
Who will win the prize?
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The Tottenham striker scored four (!) goals against Leicester on Thursday to go from second place and two goals behind the league leader to top of the league and two goals clear. It was a remarkable showing and he's spoken openly of his desire to win the Golden Boot so you know he's going to go for it on Sunday despite Spurs having nothing to play for. That he'll be taking on an already-relegated Hull only makes things easier as he tries to become the fifth player to win consecutive Premier League Golden Boots.
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Lukaku looked like the favorite to take him the prize until Kane had his magical night on Thursday. But the Everton striker is still right there in the mix with 24 goals, just two behind Kane.
It helps Lukaku that he is the Toffees' only real goalscoring threat, so he'll get all of their chances on Sunday against Arsenal. That Everton have nothing to play for, while Arsenal are chasing a Champions League place, doesn't help.
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It's been a frustrating season for Alexis, who has not hidden his anger at Arsenal's struggles very well. But while the Gunners have struggled, the Chilean has not. He has 23 goals on the season and has often looked like Arsenal's danger man.
Asking Alexis to score three goals and catch Kane is probably too much, but it's possible. Plus, it would be quite fitting if Alexis put the team on his back and dragged Arsenal to a win in a match they absolutely have to win if they even want a chance of making the Champions League.