Who will be SWC 2018's Golden Boot winner?
Cape Town - Who will walk away with the Golden Boot at this year's Soccer World Cup? The competition is fierce!
Golden Boot is awarded to the player with the most goals at the end of the
World Cup campaign. There are two previous winner’s involved in this year’s
World Cup - Colombia's James Rodriguez who won it in 2014 and Germany's Thomas
Muller was the winner in 2010.
Who will win it at the 2018 World Cup?
| Odds - 9.00 | 44 goals this season
the way Argentina qualified for the World Cup, it will be an uphill battle for
this team to gel. His Golden Boot success relies on the performance of this
team mates and whether they can handle the pressure. The
real question is whether Messi has the grit to drag Argentina once more through
Neymar JR | Odds - 9.75 |
27 goals this season
missing half the season for PSG, Neymar will make his return to football just
in time for the World Cup. He will be rested and ready to make a big impact.
With the quality of Gabriel Jesus, Willian and Coutinho in the attack, we
should expect goals, goals and more goals. If Neymar wins the Golden Boot, and
helps Brazil win the trophy, he could make a surprise entry for the Ballon
| Odds - 11.25 | 29 goals this season
a number of goals in a defensive Atletico Madrid team so it is only natural that the goals will roll in when
playing for France. Griezmann has also shown that he can step up in important
tournaments, having scored six goals in the Euro 2016 when France lost in the
final, and having scored a brace in the Europa League final against Marseille.
| Odds - 13.25 | 43 goals this season
a miserable start to the 2017/18 season, Ronaldo came into his own and he
cannot stop scoring. Portugal have some quality midfielders such as Adrien
Silva, Bernardo Silva and William Carvalho, who can create numerous
opportunities for him. Winning the World Cup will certainly mean that the
Ballon d'Or will be given to Ronaldo, and what more incentive does he need to
| Odds - 14.00 | 40 goals in two seasons
Will we see a Germany Golden Boot winner for the third
time in four tournaments. If we are, it is likely to be RB Salzburg striker
Timo Werner. Werner also has an outstanding record for his country. Including
three at last summer’s Confederations Cup.
Gabriel De Jesus
| Odds - 14.50 | 19 goals this season
Tite, has made it clear that Gabriel Jesus is his first choice centre forward
by every one of Brazil’s last nine matches. If he can stay fit throughout the
campaign, he has a great chance of bagging a number of goals. His quality and talented teammates, like Coutinho, Neymar
and Douglas Costa supplying him, makes him an attractive option.
| Odds - 15.25 | 43 goals this season
struggled to establish themselves in an
International knockout tournament. The English midfield looks to lack a sense
of creativity and will rely heavily on Harry Kane. The group stage has all the
potential to be a goal-fest or a complete disaster.
| Odds - 15.75 | 27 goals this season
qualified comfortably for the 2018 World Cup in Russia with Lukaku being their
top goal scorer in the qualifiers. He should have endless opportunity to score
ahead of the likes of Hazard, De Bruyne
| Odds - 23.00 | 7 goals this season
Spain to be the dark horses for the 2018 World Cup and if they have any chance,
Costa will need to be at his best. With the likes of David Silva, Lucas Vazquez
and Thiago Alcântara, he will without a doubt have the chances. The question
will be whether he will take them.
| Odds - 24.00 | 40 goals this season
would Cavani be the darkhorse for the Golden Boot? The answer to that would be
the group stage - Uruguay are in Group A along with Russia, Saudi Arabia and
Egypt. Uruguay are expected to top the group with Cavani scoring for fun.
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