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League Two 2016/17 Golden Boot Battle (27/3/17)

League Two 2016/17 Golden Boot Battle (27/3/17)

With most playing 39 League Two games in the 2016/17 season, this year could still see a few players break the 20 goal mark.

With goalscoring so far this season, the Golden Boot race is pretty much a five player race with John Akinde (Barnet), John Marquis (Doncaster Rovers), Matthew Hodden (Stevenage), Omar Bogle (Grimsby Town) and Danny Hylton (Luton Town) best placed to take the recognition this season.

With some sides having at least eight games remaining though a number of players could potentially make a late run on Marquis' 22 goals so far this year but sitting on 11 goals or below I think, short of some brace and hattrick runs of form, we can now discount them.

So limited to those with eleven or more strikes so far this campaign, here's how the table currently sits.

Top League Two Scorers 2016/17 So Far
No
Club
Player
Goals
1
Barnet
John Akinde
23 goals
2
Doncaster Rovers
John Marquis
22 goals
3
Stevenage
Matthew Godden
20 goals
4
Grimsby Town
Omar Bogle
19 goals
-
Luton Town
Danny Hylton
19 goals
6
Crawley Town
James Collins
17 goals
7
Exeter City
David Wheeler
14 goals
-
Carlisle United
Charlie Wyke
14 goals
8
Hartlepool United
Padraig Amond
13 goals
-
Notts County
Jon Stead
13 goals
-
Exeter City
Ollie Watkins
13 goals
-
Colchester United
Chris Porter
13 goals
12
Cambridge United
Luke Berry
12 goals
-
Plymouth Argyle
Graham Carey
12 goals
-
Colchester United
Kurtis Guthrie
12 goals
-
Doncaster Rovers
Tommy Rowe
12 goals


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Writer:Site Staff
Date:Monday March 27 2017
Time: 10:00AM

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10 Carlisle 44 16 17 11 65 -1
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13 Accrington 44 16 14 14 62 3
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15 Barnet 44 13 15 16 54 -6
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