2022 World Cup Winner Odds: Favorites, Contenders and Outsiders to Win the Qatar Tournament

2022 World Cup Winner Odds: Favorites, Contenders and Outsiders to Win the Qatar Tournament

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The 2022 World Cup in Qatar kicks off on November 21, with superstar artists from around the planet preparing for a shot at global glory in the Middle East.

France, after coming out victorious on Russian soil in 2018, will be the holder of the title, but several nations aim to beat the Bleus from the highest perch.

In total, 32 countries will compete for the final prize on the biggest stage in football, but who are the favorites to go all the way and which of the outsiders might surprise you? OBJECTIVE take a look …

Who are the favorites to win the 2022 World Cup?

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Brazil They may not have tasted World Cup glory since 2002, but they are five-time winners and currently boast the strength in depth – with the likes of Neymar, Vinicius Junior and Alisson at their disposal – to make them 9/2 (5.50) favorites in Qatar.

Owners France are another of those who are well imagined to throw a serious challenge for the grand prize, with a star-studded squad that includes Kylian Mbappe and Paul Pogba who know what it takes to emerge victorious, and Didier Deschamps’s squad are available at 2/11 (6.50).

England made it to the semifinals in 2018, before reaching a home final at Euro 2020, and also the Three Lions 2/11 (6.50) to conclude a 56-year wait for international success.

Right behind them a 8/1 (9.00) are the winners of 2010 Spainwho have an exciting young team at their disposal, while Argentina – who hope to see Lionel Messi get the one great honor he has so far escaped in an extraordinary career – come at a price 9/1 (10.00) just ahead of perennial challengers Germany TO 1/11 (12:00).

Who are the contenders to win the 2022 World Cup?

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Belgiumwho has slipped from the top of the FIFA world rankings, he might think 2022 will present his golden generation – with the likes of Kevin De Bruyne and Eden Hazard still going strong – with one last shot at international accolades, but they come at a price. 12/1 (13.00).

that of Cristiano Ronaldo Portugal – who has passed the play-offs – is another of those available a 12/1 (13:00), next to Holland team full of potential.

Denmarkwho welcomed Christian Eriksen back into their ranks after his cardiac arrest at Euro 2020, are considered 1/28 (29.00) shots for what would be a jaw-dropping and very emotional triumph.

Who are the outsiders to win the 2022 World Cup?

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Croatia reached the final in 2018, when Luka Modric came close to the glory of the Golden Ball, but he is 50/1 (51.00) to get better after four years.

Uruguay – who still have the vast experience and notable network threat of Edinson Cavani and Luis Suarez in their ranks – are also available at 50/1 (51.00)with Swiss and reigning champions of the Africa Cup of Nations Senegal at the price of 80/1 (81.00).

The United Stateswith youthful exuberance on their side, they shouldn’t figure in the final shock as they sit down 100/1 (101.00)with a Poland team led by prolific Bayern Munich forward Robert Lewandowski at a price 125/1 (126.00).

There are a number of teams a 150/1 (151.00)Included Mexico And Canadawhile the hosts of Qatar went adrift 350/1 (351.00) as they become serious long shots on domestic soil.

Odds correct at time of writing 04/04/2022. 18+. begambleaware.org

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