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Euro 2020 Top Scorer Odds: Lukaku, Ronaldo Top Oddsboard

Belgium's Romelu Lukaku is the co favorite to win the Euro 2020 Golden Boot.

With the Euro 2020 group stage nearing completion, the race for the Golden Boot is tight as Portugal’s Cristiano Ronaldo, Belgium’s Romelu Lukaku, Netherlands’ Giorginio Wijnaldum and Czech Republic’s Patrik Schick lead the way with three goals ahead of Wednesday’s action.

Ronaldo and Lukaku lead the way at online sportsbook Bovada with +250 odds to finish as the tournament’s top goalscorer, with Schick and Wijnaldum +1200 and +1600 respectively.

While Lukaku, Wijnaldum and Schick have completed the group stage and do not play again until the knockout round, Ronaldo has one more game left as Portugal and France meet Wednesday.

At the time of writing, 10 players were level with two goals apiece ahead of the final group-stage matchday on Wednesday, none of which were Harry Kane.

Kane was the betting favorite ahead of Euro 2020 at +500 and has hardly had a sniff at a goal, let alone scoring one.

England has not been very impressive in their three group-stage games, despite two wins and one draw and topping Group D. They’ve scored just two goals, both courtesy of Raheem Sterling, who sits at +4000, while Kane is still inside the top 10 on the oddsboard at +2500.

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With that in mind, let’s take a closer look at the top names on the oddsboard, 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
PlayerNationOddsImplied Odds
Cristiano RonaldoPortugal+25028.6 percent
Romelu LukakuBelgium+25028.6 percent
Ciro ImmobileItaly+10009.1 percent
Memphis DepayNetherlands+12007.7 percent
Patrik SchickCzech Republic+12007.7 percent
Giorginio WijnaldumNetherlands+16005.88 percent
Antoine GriezmannFrance+20004.76 percent
Kylian MbappeFrance+20004.76 percent
Harry KaneEngland+25003.8 percent
Alvaro MorataSpain+28003.4 percent
Karim BenzemaFrance+33002.9 percent
Raheem SterlingEngland+40002.4 percent
Diogo JotaPortugal+40002.4 percent
Kai HavertzGermany+40002.4 percent
Andriy YarmolenkoUkraine+50002 percent
Kevin De BruyneBelgium+50002 percent
Robert LewandowskiPoland+50002 percent
Roman YaremchukUkraine+50002 percent

Odds as of June 23 at Bovada

Who is Favored to Win the Euro 2020 Golden Boot?

Lukaku and Ronaldo at +250 are the favorites as it stands Wednesday with three goals apiece.

Both players opened the tournament with a bang, scoring a brace in their first matches in the tournament. Lukaku netted a pair in an easy Belgium win against Russia, while Ronaldo saved it late vs Hungary, scoring a penalty in the 87th minute and bagging Portugal’s third in injury time in a 3-0 win.

Belgium has had a relatively easy time thus far, with three wins in three games and scoring seven goals in the process. Kevin De Bruyne, Thomas Meunier and Thorgan Hazard have the other goals, while the Red Devils have also benefited from an own goal (vs Finland).

Portugal has had a bit of a tougher time although they are currently playing in the toughest group in the tournament. It took them a while to find their groove against Hungary and then they got completely outclassed by Germany, although CR7 opened the scoring in that one before Portugal gifted Germany two own goals (Ruben Dias, Raphael Guerreiro).

Portugal still has work to do to advance in the tournament as they face France on Wednesday while Belgium breezed through the group.

Where is the Betting Value for Euro 2020 Top Scorer?

Ciro Immobile, Italy (+1000)

Purely based off the fact that Italy looked so good in the group stage, backing Immobile seems like a worthy venture.

The Lazio striker has netted twice as the Azzurri tallied three wins, scored seven goals and did not concede in a fairly competitive group, although Turkey just could not get anything going in any game and has to be considered the tournament’s greatest disappointment.

Fantastic midfield play from the likes of Manuel Locatelli, Jorginho and Nicolo Barella and stellar wing play from Domenico Berardi and Lorenzo Insigne has been key to Italy’s early triumphs, but Immobile has fired an average of five shots per game in his 171 minutes of tournament play, which is comfortably the most in the tournament.

Considering the majority of the regular 11 was rested in the third group game against Wales, Italy will be largely fresh for their first knockout game against Austria. Italy is currently -185 in moneyline markets and Immobile is +125 in anytime goalscorer markets.

Nobody has looked like testing the Italians just yet and I don’t know if Austria is the side to pose a threat. They conceded three times in the group stage, have a +1 goal differential and were thoroughly outplayed by the Dutch (3.57 xG to 0.67 xG!!!) so a match against another titan of the sport does not bode well.

Ciro could continue his scoring ways as Italy looks to return to glory.

Yussuf Poulsen, Denmark (+10000)

Everyone is pulling for Denmark at this point and backing Poulsen in this market will make the ride even more fun.

Following the scary Christian Eriksen incident in the first weekend, Denmark rebounded and played some high-energy, high-attacking football that helped them secure passage to the knockout round where they will face Wales.

Buoyed by a majestic home crowd in Copenhagen on Matchday 3, Denmark crushed Russia 4-1 to get here, with Poulsen scoring one of his two Euro 2020 goals.

The Leipzig striker has not been as dominant as, say, Immobile, but Denmark is thriving in possession and creating plenty of scoring chances (6.69 xG).

The knockout-stage match against Wales should be a good one and one that the Danes have a great chance of winning. Chances for Poulsen will be there and considering how well Denmark has played, he’ll be scoring them.