England's Raheem Sterling has scored three of England's four goals and is +700 to be Euro 2020 top goalscorer.

Euro 2020 Top Scorer Odds: Eliminated Ronaldo Still the Fave, Sterling Lurking at +700

The race to be the Euro 2020 top goalscorer is an interesting one as three of the four top goal scorers have been eliminated as we transition to the quarterfinal stage of the tournament.

There is still plenty of good betting value to be had in top goalscorer betting markets at Sportsbook and we’ll break down a couple of options with the quarterfinal round starting on Friday with Switzerland vs Spain and Belgium vs Italy.

Cristiano Ronaldo (five), Karim Benzema (four) and Emil Forsberg (four) have had their tournaments cut short in the Round of 16, so CR7 will have to watch from home to see if his five goals can outlast the rest of the field.

Harry Kane, one of the pre-tournament favorites, finally got on the board with a goal against Germany in the Round of 16 and can be had at +3000 if you think England can win Euro 2020 and he can go on a goal-scoring spree.

But let’s take a look at how the board stands entering the quarterfinal phase of the tournament and a couple of bets that might be worth a look.

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With that in mind, let’s take a closer look at the state of the top 48 names on the oddsboard a little over one month away from Euro 2020, paired with some implied probability numbers to give you an idea of how betting odds translate.

Euro 2020 Top Scorer Odds

Euro 2020 Top Scorer Odds
Player Nation Odds Implied Odds
Cristiano Ronaldo Portugal +125 44.4 percent
Patrik Schick Czech Republic +450 18.2 percent
Romelu Lukaku Belgium +500 16.7 percent
Raheem Sterling England +700 12.5 percent
Ciro Immobile Italy +2000 4.8 percent
Alvaro Morata Spain +3000 3.2 percent
Harry Kane England +3000 3.2 percent
Ferran Torres Spain +6600 1.5 percent
Haris Seferovic Switzerland +6600 1.5 percent
Kaspar Dolberg Denmark +10000 1 percent
Manuel Locatelli Italy +10000 1 percent
Thorgan Hazard Belgium +10000 1 percent

Odds as of June 30  at Sportsbook


Who is Favored to Win the Euro 2020 Golden Boot?

Ronaldo is still the favorite to finish Euro 2020 on top of the goalscorer table at +125 but Patrik Schick of the Czech is just one goal behind and his team is still alive.

Schick is currently second on the board at +450 and will face Denmark in the next round. The Danes are currently +105 in 1X2 betting with the Czechs at +290 and the draw +225. The total is set at 2 with the OVER -125.

Belgium’s Romelu Lukaku is next at +500 but has the unenviable of going up against Italy in the next round.

Italy has been one of the best defensive sides at Euro 2020 and are -145 in “to qualify” markets (a wager taking extra time/penalties into consideration).

Where is the Betting Value for Euro 2020 Top Scorer?

Raheem Sterling, England (+700)

England has managed just four goals in four matches and Sterling has three of them.

The Manchester City player is second on the team with 1.8 shots per game and has obviously been integral in carrying a largely lackluster England attack.

England has a favorable route to the final with their quarterfinal game against the Ukraine and then facing the Sportsbook of Denmark vs Czech Republic in a semifinal which will be held in London, like the final.

Ferran Torres, Spain (+6600)

Yeah the odds are long, and rightly so since he’s only got two so far, but Spain has been absolutely terrorizing teams in the last two matches.

Spain has scored 10 in their last two in a 5-0 win over Slovakia and a 5-3 extra-time win over Croatia.

Switzerland will be tasked with trying to stop the onslaught but it will sorely miss Granit Xhaka in that central midfield role. Xhaka was fantastic against France but an accumulation of yellows means he’ll miss this quarterfinal game.

The Swiss will likely park the bus against Spain, but the way this team is dominating the ball and finally able to create, they should be able to hit the scoresheet a couple of times.