The race for the Premier League Golden Boot is intensifying as the season approaches the final Matchweeks.
Kane's total of 21 goals is aided by Tottenham Hotspur having played one match more, so Salah has an additional fixture in which to overtake the Englishman.
Both are in form heading into the run-in.
Salah has scored three goals in his last three starts, while Kane has netted five times in as many appearances.
|Harry Kane||21||LEE (A), WOL (H), AVL (H), LEI (A)|
|Mohamed Salah||20||SOU (H), MUN (A), WBA (A), BUR (A), CRY (H)|
|Bruno Fernandes||16||AVL (A), LEI (H), LIV (H), FUL (H), WOL (A)|
|Son Heung-min||16||LEE (A), WOL (H), AVL (H), LEI (A)|
Kane is looking to end a four-year Golden Boot drought, having won it in 2015/16 and 2016/17.
Salah will aim to keep the pressure on Kane when Liverpool host Southampton, a side he has enjoyed playing. The Egyptian has scored five goals in three matches against Saints at Anfield.
Before then Kane will travel to Leeds United, against whom he scored in the reverse fixture in January.
Fernandes has just one goal in his last eight PL appearances, but, like Salah, has five matches to play.
Son might have rediscovered his form at the right time.
He had scored only once in 13 appearances before coming back into the race with goals in three of Spurs' last four matches.