Kane was the most popular pick in Gameweek 37.
He was backed by more than a million managers, but only 4,007 more than Salah.
Having netted in three of his last four Gameweeks, Kane is now three goals behind Salah in the race to be the Premier League’s top scorer.
Both players have home fixtures on Sunday.
Kane has a strong record against Leicester City, scoring five goals over their previous two league meetings.
The Foxes arrive at Wembley Stadium with only two clean sheets in their last 13 matches.
Statistically, Kane has the bigger goal threat in home matches.
He beats Salah for shots (108 to 89), shots in the penalty area (68 to 67) and shots on target (47 to 40).
It meant he failed to find the net in two successive matches for the first time since Gameweek 8.
Salah will look to return to the scoresheet when Brighton & Hove Albion arrive on Merseyside.
Like Leicester, the Seagulls have struggled to shut out opponents of late, recording two clean sheets from their last 16 matches.
They also lost 5-1 to Jurgen Klopp’s side back in Gameweek 15.
Salah has an outstanding record on home turf.
The Egyptian has delivered nine double-figure points scores in home matches, more than any other FPL player.
And since a 5-0 win over Swansea City on Boxing Day, he has scored in seven of the last eight at Anfield.