We have provided the latest Jude Bellingham to score odds, ahead of the Real Madrid star's next game away at Real Betis in La Liga on Saturday afternoon.
Real are currently leading Girona at the top of the table on goal difference, while Betis are 13 points further behind in seventh place.
How many goals has Jude Bellingham scored this season?
Bellingham has scored 15 goals in 17 games in all competitions so far this season, with 11 coming in La Liga and four in the UEFA Champions League. He is currently 13/8 second-favourite to finish as La Liga's top scorer, only behind FC Barcelona's Robert Lewandowski.
Bellingham has been the first goalscorer three times, and the last goalscorer on seven occasions, while he has also netted three braces, but is yet to score a hat-trick for Real.
Will Jude Bellingham score this weekend?
This is the first time that Bellingham will be playing Betis, who Real have a superior record against – they have faced each other 124 times, with Los Blancos winning 69, drawing 28 and losing 27.
The last time Real lost to Betis was in 2019/20, a 2-1 defeat, and since then they have won three and drawn three against Saturday's opponents.
In terms of current form, Real have only lost one game all season, 3-1 away at fourth-placed rivals Atletico Madrid in September, and have won five matches in a row in all competitions.
As for Betis, they too have not been beaten in La Liga since September, when suffering a 5-0 loss away at giants Barcelona. Nonetheless, bookies appear to have every confidence in Bellingham to make an impact.
Bellingham to score odds vs Betis (A)
Bellingham is currently 7/4 second-favourite (behind team-mate Rodrygo) to score anytime, and joint-favourite to be the first goalscorer, alongside Rodrygo. Here are the other Bellingham to score odds vs Betis:
Bellingham to score odds in December 2023
After Betis, Bellingham and Real have three more games to play before the Christmas / New Year break:
Union Berlin (A) – 12th December
Real travel to Germany for their final Champions League group match, having already qualified for the knockouts in first place. As such, Carlo Ancelotti may be tempted to rotate his side, with Bellingham one of the likeliest to miss out given his importance.
Still, should he get minutes on the pitch, expect him to net against the group's weakest opponents based on Union Berlin being bottom of the table, and he could score late as he did to win the reverse fixture 1-0 deep into stoppage time.
Villarreal (H) – 17th December
Real will be heavy favourites to beat 12th-placed Villarreal at home in La Liga.
Incidentally, Real have only won once in their last five H2Hs, and suffered a 3-2 defeat at the Santiago Bernabeu last time out. That said, Bellingham will believe that he can make an impact in front of his home fans, and we would not put it past him to get on the scoresheet.
Alaves (A) – 21st December
Real's last match before Christmas is a trip to Alaves, another opponent Bellingham is yet to face. They are currently 13th in La Liga, behind Villarreal on goal difference.
Los Blancos have one of the highest win percentages against Alaves (80.6%) in terms of La Liga opponents, and have won their last three H2Hs by three goals, suggesting another routine victory could be on the cards here, with Bellingham hungry to get in on the act and round off an incredible year in style.