Predict your favorite team to win every game – 64 matches, from the group stages to the final showpiece on December 18.
After a long four-year wait, the most prestigious tournament in the world, the World Cup, is back in full glamour. The tournament kicked off on November 20 and has so far lived up to expectations, with the knockout stages already in place.
France was the last team to claim World Cup glory in Russia 2018 after defeating Croatia 4-2 in the final. The Didier Deschamps’ led side remains a strong contender for the title this time, with their star man Kylian Mbappe scoring twice to seal a 2-1 win against Denmark. The win solidified their first place in Group D with 6 points, despite a shock loss to African side Tunisia, who were denied a place in the next round, thanks to Australia’s 1-0 win over Denmark.
Who do you think is the favorite to win the World Cup 2022? Will the star-studded French side retain the trophy, or is it finally time for either Cristiano Ronaldo or Lionel Messi to add to their ever-growing list of laurels? How about a Neymar-inspired Brazil side lifting the trophy after two decades? Whoever your choice may be, there’s no better time to bet on the FIFA World Cup.
Check out our FIFA world cup betting odds in this article! Predict your favorite team to win the FIFA world cup and enjoy every game along the way.
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World Cup Winner Odds
Is it “coming home” this year? The odds of England winning the World Cup are moderate. Whereas the favorite team to win, Brazil, gives odds of 4 to 1, odds on England to win the World Cup 2022 are 7 to 1.
The 2022 World Cup Favorites
Top nations to win the FIFA 2022 World Cup in Qatar:
- Brazil +400
- France +600
- Argentina +650
- England +700
- Spain +800
- Germany +1000
- Belgium +1200
Obvious favorites from Group G, the South American giants top the group with 6 points so far, having won their first two matches against Serbia and Switzerland. Brazil has one more game to play against Cameroon before the knockout stages. No nation has won the World Cup more times than Brazil (5), who last won the tournament in Korea/Japan 2002, after beating Germany by 2-0 in the final. Despite key man Neymar’s injury problems, Tite’s side has an abundance of talent with 4 to 1 odds to win the tournament.
The reigning champions are a +600 favorite and will look to become only the third country in history to retain …….