With the 2023 Rugby World Cup hurtling towards the knockout stage, we take a look at the latest odds in the Top Tournament Tryscorer market.
From the great Jonah Lomu to the scintillating Bryan Habana, some huge names in the sport have taken the accolade at previous competitions.
Let’s see which players are in contention to finish top of the tryscorer standings this time around.
Rugby World Cup Top Tournament Tryscorer odds:
|Damian Penaud (France)||4/1|
|Henry Arundell (England)||5/1|
|Louis Bielle-Biarrey (France)||10/1|
|Mark Telea (New Zealand)||11/1|
|Bundee Aki (Ireland)||14/1|
|James Lowe (Ireland)||18/1|
|Makazole Mapimpi (South Africa)||18/1|
|Cobus Reinach (South Africa)|
With the Rugby World Cup group stages drawing to a close, it is France wing Damian Penaud who is the 4/1 favourite to finish as the Top Tournament Tryscorer with four tries to his name so far.
The top tryscorer in the 2023 Six Nations, Penaud has already shone in his nation's home World Cup finals, finishing a vital try in Les Bleus' opening 27-13 victory against the All Blacks.
Penaud is not the current leader in the standings, however, with Henry Arundell topping the tryscoring rankings so far with five tries in total.
Priced at 5/1, Arundell ran in a scintillating five tries on his World Cup debut in a 71-0 win for England against Chile - matching the record for the most tries in a single test match for his country - and the 20-year-old is now only three tries away from matching the overall Rugby World Cup record.
Exciting French wing Louis Bielle-Biarrey is next in the reckoning at 10/1, with the 20-year-old having made a big impression during the competition so far with three tries.
A world star in the making, the French will be hoping their hot prospect is able to carry his promising form into the knockout rounds as Fabien Galthie's side aim to win the Rugby World Cup for the first ever time.
Other prominent contenders in this market include New Zealand's Mark Telea (11/1), and Irish duo Bundee Aki (14/1) and James Lowe (18/1).