Rugby World Cup top try-scorer odds: Who will score most tries in Japan?

THE Rugby World Cup top try-scorer odds to win what is one of the most prized accolades in the sport.

Only a handful of players can say they’ve topped the charts, with even fewer also winning the World Cup in the same tournament.

World Cup betting trends have already seen plenty of punters back the big-name stars for the 2019 edition of this tournament.

Rieko Ioane and Jonny May are, of course, the rugby betting favourites. FULL ODDS FOUND HERE.

Here are the 10 favourites to top the try-scoring charts.

Rugby World Cup top try-scorer odds

10. Juan Imhoff (Argentina) – 25/1

CARDIFF, WALES – OCTOBER 18: Juan Imhoff of Argentina evades Dave Kearney of Ireland during the 2015 Rugby World Cup Quarter Final match between Ireland and Argentina at the Millennium Stadium on October 18, 2015 in Cardiff, United Kingdom. (Photo by Laurence Griffiths/Getty Images)

9. Ben Smith (New Zealand) – 23/1

8. George North (Wales) – 20/1