Mohamed Salah has a two-goal lead at the top of the Premier League scoring charts, but could he be pipped at the post for the Golden Boot?
Despite not being given as much credit as he perhaps deserves this season, Salah takes a two-goal cushion into the final day of Premier League fixtures but with his fitness in doubt could he be denied a second straight Golden Boot?
There are a trio of in-form strikers behind him with Sergio Aguero, Liverpool team-mate Sadio Mane and Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang his nearest challengers.
Salah's huge favourite, but if he can't make Liverpool's last game against Wolves could he miss out?
The incredible lack of credit Salah's been given for most of the season is probably because of his phenomenal efforts last term, but he's now finally getting well-earned plaudits after going back to the top of the scoring charts.
It shows how perception, especially among the media, can cloud judgement of players as Aguero has, quite rightly, been lauded for having possibly the season of his life, yet he's still two behind Salah in the scoring charts.
Salah is no one season wonder, at least that is clear now, but after being carried off against Newcastle his participation in the final game at Anfield is in some doubt, but he's still the big favourite to make it two in a row.
The Argentinian has somehow only won the Golden Boot once after finishing top scorer in 2014/15 on 26 goals.
Now the club's all-time top scorer, Aguero popped up yet again with the crucial goal at Burnley and has been instrumental in their title defence, but he couldn't find the net against Leicester and is now needing a hat-trick and Salah to draw a blank to take the Golden Boot outright.
However, nobody can better Aguero's 11 hat-tricks in the Premier League so if one man could score another treble to fire City to the title and himself to the Golden Boot then it's the Argentinian.
Sadio Mane has made it to 20 goals but is still struggling to be his club's top scorer let alone the Premier League's!
He's maintained his excellent form for Liverpool despite Mo Salah now taking the lead in the top scorer race, and he got two more against Huddersfield before missing out at Newcastle to sit two behind the Egyptian in their own private goal-scoring battle.
He's actually missed a few chances in his fine scoring run as well so Mane net a few against Wolves on the final day - but a hat-trick is perhaps asking a lot.
Speaking of hat-tricks Aubameyang is fresh off a treble in Valencia on Thursday night and now goes to Burnley needing the same again to stand a chance of pinching the top scorer title.
It was a flying first half of his campaign for the man we picked out in our pre-season preview for the Golden Boot, and he's still just about in striking distance.
His goals have also come in quick succession this season, and if Unai Emery decides to just let him and Alexandre Lacazette roll again at Turf Moor before the Europa League final then he could fill his boots again.
Odds correct as of 1152 GMT on 10/05/19