England fans will be hopeful of a much better showing at the 2018 World Cup Finals than England produced at either the 2014 World Cup or the 2016 Euros. However, if you don’t think England will go very far, you might prefer to have a bet on which player you think will be England’s Top Scorer at the 2018 Wold Cup Finals.
2018 World Cup Finals England Top Scorer Betting Guide
Harry Kane 6/4, Dele Alli 9/1, Marcus Rashford 9/1, Jamie Vardy 12/1, Raheem Sterling 12/1, No England Scorer 40/1
The Tottenham Strike has become a priceless property according to his Spurs Manager Mauricio Pochettino, and there would be plenty of clubs willing to pay a handsome price if Kane was guaranteed to continue scoring goals at the same rate as he did in 2017. At the time of writing, he tops the Premier League goal-scoring charts with 18 goals, and is well on his way to being the Premier League’s Top Goal-scorer for three years running. He’s also been in good from for England in 2017, with 7 goals in 6 games (Total of 12 in 23 games). The negative is that he’s yet to score on the World’s biggest-stages, such as when drawing a blank at the 2016 Euros, but the 24-year-old could yet have plenty of big days ahead of him.
Has only scored 2 goals in 22 games for England, and 0 in 7 in 2017, which is a poor return for a player with his talents. He’s also been a little goal-shy for Spurs this season.
Young enough to still turn into the world-beater he promises to be, but not prolific for Manchester United this season. He’s also scored just twice for England in 15 games, just 1 in 9 in 2017, but could come alive on the big-stage.
Only 1 goal in 5 games for England in 2017, but has scored 6 international goals in 19 games, many of which he’s come on as sub in. Also scored 9 Premier League Goals this season in a mid-table side, and scored a goal against Wales at the 2016 Euros.
The Premier League’s third highest-scorer with 14 goals, but that proves that Manchester City are a far superior side to England, as he’s failed to score in 6 games for England this season.
No England Scorer
England may have been flattered by winning an easy qualifying group, and they only scored 2 goals at the 2014 World Cup, but they will surely score against Tunisia and Panama, whilst Belgium’s attacking play may also leave gaps to be exploited.
Harry Kane may not have produced the goods on the world’s biggest stage, but he looks a worthwhile favourite to step up to the plate here by spearheading England to the last-16. Odds-on to be England’s Top Scorer at the 2018 World Cup Finals with some bookmakers – the available 6/4 looks a potential gift.