World Cup Top Goalscorer Odds


(The Spread) – The 2014 World Cup features the top players around the world. Which one will end up scoring the most goals in the event?

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According to oddsmakers at, Lionel Messi is favored to score the most goals in the World Cup, as he has 15/2 odds. Other short odds to win are Neymar (10/1) and Cristiano Ronaldo (12/1).

Messi competes for Argentina. He comes into this World Cup with just one goal in his World Cup career, but he holds many European goal records and is the clear go-to player for Argentina.

Neymar is competing in his first World Cup, but will be playing for Brazil, which is the favored team to win the whole event. For Brazil to do that, Neymar will have to have a strong showing.

Ronaldo competes for Portugal. He has scored two goals in his World Cup career, netting one in 2006 and one in 2010. He will have to increase his workload in this World Cup for Portugal to make a run.

The top goalscorers in 2010 recorded a total of 5 goals while the 2006 World Cup also saw a high of five goals.

The 2014 World Cup will be held from June 12-July 13 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 (Argentina) 15/2 

Neymar (Brazil) 10/1 

Cristiano Ronaldo (Portugal) 12/1 

Sergio Aguero (Argentina) 14/1

Luis Suarez (Uruguay) 16/1 

Edinson Cavani (Uruguay) 20/1 

Gonzalo Higuain (Argentina) 22/1 

Diego Costa (Spain) 25/1 

Fred (Brazil) 25/1 

Radamel Falcao (Colombia) 25/1 

Robin Van Persie (Netherlands) 25/1 

Romelu Lukaku (Belgium) 28/1 

Hulk (Brazil) 33/1 

Karim Benzema (France) 33/1 

Mario Balotelli (Italy) 33/1 

Miroslav Klose (Germany) 33/1 

Thomas Muller (Germany) 33/1 

Arjen Robben (Netherlands) 40/1 

Fernando Torres (Spain) 40/1 

Jo (Brazil) 40/1 

Olivier Giroud (France) 40/1 

Wayne Rooney (England) 40/1 

David Villa (Spain) 50/1 

Ezequiel Lavezzi (Argentina) 50/1 

Frank Ribery (France) 50/1 

Oscar (Brazil) 50/1 

Pedro (Spain) 50/1 

Alexis Sanchez (Chile) 66/1 

Andre Schurrle (Germany) 66/1 

Cesc Fabregas (Spain) 66/1 

Daniel Sturridge (England) 66/1 

Eden Hazard (Belgium) 66/1 

Jeremain Lens (Netherlands) 66/1 

Klaas Jan Huntelaar (Netherlands) 66/1 

Loic Remy (France) 66/1 

Lukas Podolski (Germany) 66/1 

Marco Reus (Germany) 66/1 

Mario Goetze (Germany) 66/1 

Teofilo Gutierrez (Colombia) 66/1 

Arturo Vidal (Chile) 80/1 

Diego Forlan (Uruguay) 80/1 

Edin Dzeko (Bosnia-Herzegovina) 80/1 

Jackson Martinez (Colombia) 80/1 

Mesut Ozil (Germany) 80/1 

Frank Lampard (England) 125/1 

Clint Dempsey (USA) 150/1 

Jozy Altidore (USA) 150/1

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