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World Cup Odds 2022

With the FIFA World Cup odds 2022 only a few weeks away, bookies think five-time champions Brazil are the favorites to win in Qatar. The World Cup odds is rapidly coming, with just a few more games in the domestic leagues remaining before the tournament begins on Sunday, November 20th, with hosts Qatar taking on Ecuador.

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Brazil

Brazil is the early favorite to win the World Cup odds, with a highest price of 9/2 (lowest price 7/2). Tite and his team will be attempting to win the World Cup odds for the sixth time, but for the first time since 2002. In the four World Cups afterwards, they have only reached the semi-finals once, in 2014, when they were crushed 7-1 by eventual victors Germany.

In their most recent World Cup appearance, they were defeated 2-1 in the quarterfinals by Belgium. Tite has since led his Brazil team to a Copa America title in 2019 and a runner-up finish in 2021, both of which were contested in Brazil. This will be his second World Cup as manager of the national team, and many commentators predict that the ‘Sele├žo’ will prevail once again in Qatar.

Brazil’s biggest chance of winning the Golden Ball is Neymar, who has a top price of 12/1 to win the trophy with spectacular performances that should carry Brazil all the way.

Argentina

Argentina, the 2014 World Cup odds runners-up and two-time World Cup champions, is the bookmakers’ second favorite to win the 2022 World Cup, behind only Brazil. The reigning Copa America champions have a best price of 13/2 (worst price 11/2) to win the tournament in Qatar.

Lionel Scaloni will lead his first World Cup odds after succeeding Jorge Sampaoli in 2018, with 35-year-old Lionel Messi hoping to add the largest international competition to his amazing list of achievements in what may be his last World Cup.

Their most recent World Cup appearance saw them fall to France – eventual victors in Russia 2018 – in a dramatic 4-3 quarter-final loss, and they will be looking for better this time around.

France

France, the current holders of the World Cup odds trophy after their victory in 2018, enters the tournament as the third favorite to win the World Cup and become just the second side to do so after Brazil in 1958 and 1962.

Didier Deschamps’ team lost to Switzerland in the round of 16 at Euro 2020 and failed to qualify for the Nations League finals the following year after winning just one game in their group and losing at home to both Denmark and Croatia.

Despite previous setbacks, many people anticipate France to do well in Qatar at the World Cup odds, with one bookmaker offering a top price of 27/4 (worst price 11/2) for Les Bleus to win their third World Cup. Karim Benzema, their outstanding player, has a best price of 12/1 to win the Golden Ball, adding to his 2022 Ballon d’Or.

England

Runners-up in Euro 2020 England is also anticipated to go far in the competition having reaching the semi-finals in their last World Cup odds campaign for the first time since 1996. Gareth Southgate’s team has a best price 9/1 (worst 43/5) to win the World Cup for the second time.

England has lately suffered after being demoted from the Nations League with two points, both of which came against archrival Germany. They were humiliated 4-0 at home by Hungary and failed to score in open play until the sixth and final game.

Harry Kane, who won the Golden Boot at the previous World Cup with six goals and is 8/1 to retain the award in 2022, will be England’s main man as they look to advance in the tournament.

Spain

Spain (9/1), the most recent team to win their first World Cup odds in 2010, has been assigned the same best price as England (worst price 15/2) to win the World Cup in Qatar. La Roja have only reached the semi-finals of a major tournament once since the great squad of 2008 to 2012, when they won both the 2008 and 2012 European Championships, as well as the 2010 FIFA World Cup.

They were eliminated in the group stages of the 2014 World Cup before being eliminated in the round of 16 by 2018 World Cup hosts Russia. Luis Enrique will be hopeful that his team can build on their victory against Portugal by winning their Nations League Group and qualifying for the finals next year.

They are in Group E, which includes four-time World Cup champions Germany, who are not far behind them in the betting odds (sixth favourites at a top price of 23/2).

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The Netherlands are now rated seventh in the World Cup odds betting, behind Germany, with a top price of 29/2, making them the highest-ranked team in the bookmakers’ list that has never won the World Cup. They have finished second three times, the most recent being in 2010, when they were defeated in extra time by Spain. They did not qualify for the most recent World Cup in Russia.

Portugal, led by Cristiano Ronaldo, is presently seen as the eighth most likely (33/2) to win the World Cup next month, in what may be the Manchester United legend’s last big international competition. He is presently a 40/1 shot to win the Golden Ball and a 16/1 shot to win the Golden Boot.