10. Daniel Sturridge (England)
We reckon the Liverpool man will finish as England’s top scorer and is the in the form of his life. Expect his goal-dance to see plenty of action.
9. Sergio Aguero (Argentina)
Coming back to full fitness just in time and we can see him getting into gear in Brazil.
8. Diego Costa (Spain)
A man in form and with a point to prove in his native Brazil.
7. Edin Dzeko (Bosnia)
Another striker in a good run of form and with matches against Iran and Nigeria we can see the Man City scoring a few early on.
6. Thomas Muller (Germany)
Can always be counted to score crucial goals and group games against Ghana and the United States could work in his favour.
5. Neymar (Brazil)
Needs to step up and perform in front of millions of fellow Brazilian and we tip him to do just that.
4. Cristiano Ronaldo (Portugal)
A season that has seen the Real Madrid man win the Balon d’Or, top the La Liga goal-scoring charts and help his side to the ‘Decima’ may just end with a Golden Boot.
3. Robin Van Persie (Holland)
In good form for the Dutch national team and we rate him a very good bet to score quite a few in Brazil.
2. Lionel Messi (Argentina)
Maybe this is the time Messi leads his side to World Cup glory, in Brazil of all places, expect a bag of goals.
1. Romelu Lukaku (Belgium)
Our bet to finish top scorer is a player who Jose Mourinho doesn’t see worthy of a first team berth. Expect a blistering group stage display with buckets of goal against Algeria and South Korea.