The battle for the 2020/21 Golden Boot is set to go down to the wire, as Tottenham Hotspur's Harry Kane and Liverpool's Mohamed Salah each attempt to become only the third Premier League player to finish as top scorer for a third time.
But Kane and Salah, who have won the Golden Boot four times between them in the last five seasons, are close to joining the elite pair, as they are the joint-leaders in this season's competition.
Kane is the man with the momentum, scoring three goals in his last three PL matches, while Salah has drawn a blank in his last five outings.
It is by no means a two-horse race, though. Midfielder Bruno Fernandes is only one goal behind the frontrunners, aiming to become the first Manchester United player to win the award since Robin van Persie in 2012/13.
And if he is still in the frame on the final day, he will fancy his chances of finding the net against West Brom at Elland Road.
Calvert-Lewin also has a match in hand over his rivals in the leading scorers' chart and will be particularly looking forward to his next fixture.
Palace visit Goodison Park in Matchweek 30 with the fourth-worst record for away goals conceded this season, and lost 4-1 when they were last on the road at Spurs.
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Part 3: Golden Glove: Ederson under pressure in pursuit of award
Part 4: Golden Glove battle: How the contenders compare
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