The second half of the Absa Premiership season is on the horizon and when it resumes, we'll be ready to see sparks fly! In a dog fight to come out as the top goal scorer in the league, the Fan Park crew will take a look at the number one assassins ready to fight for the Lesley Manyathela award come the end of season.
Lehlohonolo Majoro (Orlando Pirates)
Major has been Bucs' top scorer in the league this season with six goals being accredited to his name. Having crossed the divide from historic rivals Kaizer Chiefs last season, Majoro really found form this time around and is now in a prime position to become the top goal scorer in the league.
Kermit Erasmus (Orlando Pirates)
Forming a lethal partnership with fellow Sea Robber, Majoro, Erasmus marked the 2014/2015 Premier Soccer League season by not only being a great goal scorer, but also a scorer of great goals. His five goals in the league is testament to the potent partnership with Majoro, as the duo has amassed 11 goals between themselves so far this season.
Puleng Tlolane (Polokwane City)
The surprise package on this list of PSL strikers, Tlolane really came to the party for Rise and Shine this season, as he currently is the league’s top goalscorer with eight goals to his tally. Tlolane has thrived under a ‘tiki-taka’ approach utilised by coach Kosta Papic - with Cole Alexander being the man linking up with him to great effect.
Cuthbert Malajila (Mamelodi Sundowns)
Quietly going about his business at Chloorkop, the Zimbabwean’s five goals for the champions in the league this season have not gone unnoticed. Malajila completes the triangle of lethal attackers for Downs, alongside Khama Billiat and Teko Modise. Should Malajila continue to feed off the innovation from Billiat and Modise, the combative striker will no doubt be a contender for top scorer award.
Which striker do you think will end up being the league's number goal getter?