World Cup Golden Boot Odds – Leading World Cup Goal Scorers

Bookmakers have installed Spain’s David Villa at a very short quote to take out the Golden Boot trophy at the 2010 World Cup in South Africa.

Villa heads the leading goal scorer’s table with 5 goals, along with Dutchman Wesley Sneijder, and both players will go head to head for top scorer honours when Spain and the Netherlands meet in the World Cup Final next Monday in Johannesburg.

Other players still in contention with 4 goals are Germany pair Miroslav Klose and Thomas Mueller and Uruguay’s Deigo Forlan with all three players engaged to play in the third place play-off on Sunday between Uruguay and Germany.

World Cup Golden Boot Odds

  • 1.83 D Villa – Spain
  • 3.75 W Sneijder – Holland
  • 6.00 M Klose – Germany
  • 13.00 D Forlan – Uruguay
  • 13.00 T Muller – Germany
  • 67.00 L Suarez – Uruguay
  • 126.00 L Podolski – Germany
  • 151.00 A Robben – Holland
  • 201.00 R Van Persie – Holland

2010 World Cup Major Goal Scorers

1 David Villa Spain 5
2 Wesley Sneijder Netherlands 5
3 Gonzalo Higuain Argentina 4
4 Robert Vittek Slovakia 4
5 Miroslav Klose Germany 4
6 Thomas Mueller Germany 4
7 Diego Forlan Uruguay 4
8 Landon Donovan USA 3
9 Luis Fabiano Brazil 3
10 Luis Suarez Uruguay 3
11 Asamoah Gyan Ghana 3
12 Brett Holman Australia 2
13 Elano Brazil 2
14 Javier Hernandez Mexico 2
15 Kalu Uche Nigeria 2
16 Arjen Robben Netherlands 2
17 Samuel Eto’o Cameroon 2
18 Tiago Portugal 2
19 Carlos Tevez Argentina 2
20 Robinho Brazil 2
21 Chung-Yong Lee South Korea 2
22 Jung-Soo Lee South Korea 2
23 Keisuke Honda Japan 2
24 Lukas Podolski Germany 2

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