Just four teams remain in the hunt for the 2020 AFF Suzuki Cup as Indonesia, Singapore, Thailand and Vietnam get set to battle it out for the right to be crowned regional champions, with the semi-finals kicking off on Wednesday. 

In terms of individual accolades, with potentially four games still to play for the finalists, several players from these sides may well have the Golden Boot for the tournament's top scorer within their sights. 

As it stands, Thailand's Teerasil Dangda is in pole position with four goals, alongside Malaysia's Safawi Rasid and Bienvenido Maranon of the Philippines  have already been eliminated. 

We have picked out some of the most likely contenders and ask you, the fans, to tell us who you think will finish top of the pile. 

Teerasil Dangda (Thailand)

What a campaign it's already been for Teerasil Dangda who, after firing home a wonderful goal against Myanmar on Matchday Three, he then equaled Nor Alam Shah's then tournament record of 17 goals from the spot. A lovely finish in the next game against the Philippines saw him become the all-time leading scorer and the added another penalty to take him to four for the 2021 AFF Suzuki Cup.

Irfan Jaya (Indonesia)

One goal behind Teerasil – as well as Safawi and Maranon – is Indonesian star Irfan Jaya, who was one of many heroes in the stunning 4-1 win over Malaysia that dumped their biggest rivals out of the AFF Suzuki Cup. The 25-year-old PSS Sleman star netted a brace against the Harimai Malaya to add to the goal he scored against Laos earlier in the campaign. 

Nguyen Tien Linh (Vietnam)

One of a trio of Vietnam players on two goals, Nguyen Tien Linh opened the scoring in a 4-0 win over Cambodia on Matchday Five before banging in a thunderous effort from distance soon after as the defending champions cruised to a 4-0 win to guaranteee progression to the semi-finals. 

Ikhsan Fandi (Singapore) 

The lowest scorers of the four semi-finalitsts with just seven goals, it is still Ikhsan Fandi's opening-day brace against Myanmar that keeps him out in front in the Lions' scoring charts as the Norway-based frontman heads into the semi-finals with two goals to his name. A threat in the air and a reliable finisher, Singapore will be looking to their number nine for goals against Indonesia. 

Nguyen Quang Hai (Vietnam)

The dead-ball specialist perhaps gains more plaudits for his creativity than his scoring ability but he already has two goals to his name from the group stage, a neat low finish following a flowing move against Malaysia and a wonderful first-time curling effort against Cambodia. He has it well within his capabilities to grab a couple more in the games ahead. 

Evan Dimas (Indonesia)

Perhaps one of the more unlikely contenders on our list, particulalrly as he has started Indonesia's two biggest games – against Vietnam and Malaysia – on the bench, but Evan Dimas is a midfielder who feels at home in the opposition box and, with two goals already, he will head into the final-four fixtures with confidence. 

Nguyen Cong Phuong (Vietnam)

The third Vietnam player with a pair of goals, Nguyen Cong Phuong has looked lively throughout, and his goal in the key fixture with Malaysia displayed many of his attributes. Latching onto Quang Hai's cute flick, the forward burst through the middle of two defenders before cutting back inside and sending a precision left-foot finish into the bottom corner. 

Supachok Sarachat (Thailand)

Two goals from three group stage matches, and just two starts, is a fair return from Thailand's Supachok Sarachat, who added to his perfectly executed volley against Timor-Leste with another strike against Myanmar. It may be a tall order for him to overhaul teammate Teerasil at the top of the scoring charts, but should he be provided with the opportunities, there is little doubt he can finish them.