World Cup Top Goal Scorer Odds

The 2010 World Cup is almost here and no one brings you more odds and props than BroburySports.com. Here’s a look at the top Goal Scorer odds, with plenty of value for some of the underdogs.

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David Villa (9/1)

The 28-year-old Spaniard made his mark at Euro 2008 when he scored four goals in four games, propelling his team to the win. He’s the country’s second highest goal scorer with 36, just eight behind Raul.

Lionel Messi (9/1)

The 22-year-old from Argentina has scored 34 goals in 35 games for Barcelona. He is often compared to his coach Diego Maradona. Messi did struggle in the 2006 World Cup, when he wasn’t a regular starter.

Luis Fabiano (10/1)

The 29-year-old Brazilian has 15 goals in 23 games for Sevilla. There’s a lot of pressure on him to lead Brazil’s attack for the World Cup. These odds may be a little overvalued compared to the competition.

Wayne Rooney (10/1)

The 24-year-old from Liverpool, England has 26 goals in 32 games for Manchester United. He did re-injure his groin recently, but it shouldn’t affect him too much for competition.

Fernando Torres (11/1)

The 26-year-old forward from Spain has 18 goals in 22 games for Liverpool. He’ll be competing with his teammate Villa for scores. He also had some surgery for torn knee cartilage and it’s not certain he’ll be 100 percent.

World Cup Goal Scorer odds

David Villa (9/1)

Lionel Messi (9/1)

Luis Fabiano (10/1)

Wayne Rooney (10/1)

Fernando Torres (11/1)

Gonzalo Higuain (16/1)

Cristiano Ronaldo (18/1)

Robin van Persie (20/1)

Nicolas Anelka (25/1)

Sergio Aguero (25/1)

Didier Drogba (28/1)

Mario Gomez (28/1)

Kaka (28/1)

Miroslav Klose (28/1)

Nilmar (28/1)

Samuel Etoo (28/1)

Alberto Gilardino (33/1)

Alexandre Pato (33/1)

Jermain Defoe (33/1)

Robinho (33/1)

Theirry Henry (33/1)

Adriano (40/1)

Carlos Tevez (40/1)

Diego Forlan (40/1)

Klaas-Jan Huntelaar (40/1)

Liedson (40/1)

Lukas Podolski (40/1)

Antonio Di Natale (50/1)

Luis Suarez (50/1)

Yakubu Ayegbeni (66/1)

Nicklas Bendtner (80/1)

Nikola Zigic (80/1)

Obafemi Martins (80/1)

Asamoah Gyan (100/1)

Benni McCarthy (100/1)

Theofanis Gekas (100/1)