John Marquis. Picture: Joe Pepler

How Portsmouth's John Marquis, Sunderland's Charlie Wyke's and Peterborough's Jonson Clarke-Harris' odds have shifted for the League One Golden Boot

It’s an accolade that every striker dreams of winning.

By Will Rooney
Saturday, 26th December 2020, 5:42 pm

While team success always comes first, the Golden Boot is a prize that forwards up and down the country covet.

As things stand, Peterborough’s Jonson Clarke-Harris leads the way with 12 goals.

However, Pompey’s John Marquis will very much have his eye on the prize.

He finished as League Two top scorer in thw 2016-17 season and has nine league efforts to his name so far this campaign.

However, Marquis has failed to bag in his past six league matches, meaning he’s been forced to surrender his lead.

But how do the bookmakers currently fancy the former Millwall marksman’s chances?

Take a look at the top 10 players in Sky Bet’s current market by scrolling through the pages below...

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