WCup top goal scorer updated odds

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(The Spread) – The 2014 World Cup is down to eight teams, but many of the top stars are still competing. Which one will finish with the most goals in the event?

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According to oddsmakers at Bovada.lv, Lionel Messi of Argentina is favored to score the most goals, as he has 5/2 odds. Other short odds are James Rodriguez of Columbia (11/4), Neymar of Brazil (7/2) and Thomas Muller of Germany (9/2).

Messi currently is tied for the most goals in the World Cup, as he has four in four games. He has taken a total of 15 shots this World Cup with eight coming on goal.

Rodriguez has three goals in the World Cup to lead Colombia. Rodriguez has taken a total of 11 shots, with 10 coming on goal.

Neymar also has four goals in this World Cup, which is tied for the lead. He has led Brazil in this run at home and has a total of 15 shots in four games, with 13 shots on goal.

Muller has a total of four goals in this World Cup as well to lead Germany. Muller has 13 shots in the four games and eight shots on goal.

The 2014 World Cup begins play in the knockout stage on Saturday in Brazil. For a look at the odds to score the most goals in the event, see below

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2014 World Cup Odds – Who Will Score The Most Goals?

Lionel Messi (ARG) 5/2

James Rodriguez (COL) 11/4

Neymar (BRA) 7/2

Thomas Muller (GER) 9/2

Karim Benzema (FRA) 14/1

Robin Van Persie (NED) 16/1

Arjen Robben (NED) 20/1

Jackson Martinez (COL) 150/1

Fred (BRA) 150/1

Romelu Lukaku (BEL) 200/1

Bryan Ruiz (CRC) 200/1

Klaas Jan Huntelaar (NED) 250/1

Miroslav Klose (GER) 300/1

Gonzalo Higuain (ARG) 300/1

Divock Origi (BEL) 300/1

Mesut Ozil (GER) 300/1

Mario Goetze (GER) 300/1

Olivier Giroud (FRA) 300/1

Dries Mertens (BEL) 300/1

Memphis Depay (NED) 300/1

Oscar (BRA) 400/1

Andre Schurrle (GER) 400/1

Joel Campbell (CRC) 400/1

Wesley Sneider (NED) 500/1

Sergio Aguero (ARG) 500/1

Eden Hazard (BEL) 500/1

Teofilo Gutierrez (COL) 500/1

Paul Pogba (FRA) 500/1

Ezequiel Lavezzi (ARG) 750/1

Hulk (BRA) 750/1

Josip Drmin (SUI) 1000/1

Kevin Mirallas (BEL) 1000/1

Lukas Podolski (GER) 1000/1

Jô (BRA) 1500/1

Marouane Fellaini (BEL) 1500/1

Jeremain Lens (NED) 1500/1

Mathieu Valbuena (FRA) 2000/1

David Luiz (BRA) 2500/1

Pablo Armero (COL) 3000/1

Juan Quintero (COL) 3000/1

Adrian Ramos (COL) 3000/1

Marcos Urena (CRC) 3000/1

Stefan De Vrij (NED) 3000/1

Carlos Bacca (COL) 3000/1

Blaise Matuidi (FRA) 4000/1

Celso Borges (CRC) 5000/1

Toni Kroos (GER) 5000/1

Oscar Duarte (CRC) 5000/1

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