Is "like myself" correct?

Americans write math, British speakers like myself write maths.

Is “like myself” correct? Or should it be “like me”?



In usage I hear both, but “like me” is far more common. “Like myself” seems overly formal.

Grammatically, I am guessing. I think “like me/myself” is prepositional. As an object of a verb, you would use “me”. I’m thinking that the object of a preposition would be the same.

By the way, I never heard the word “maths” until I was in my 40s and saw people online using it. It still sounds strange to me. However, Americans always use plural when it’s written fully as “mathematics”.