Check out the latest World Cup odds for Qatar 2022 and get our expert analysis on the best teams leading the quadrennial tournament.
Brazil (+400) are the favorites to win the World Cup in December, while 2018 winners France and 2021 European Championship runners-up England are closely following the odds within +1000 . Argentina are also +600, in what could be Lionel Messi’s final tournament in blue and white.
2022 World Cup odds
Odds courtesy of BetMGM. Correct at time of publication and subject to change.
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The favorites to win the 2022 FIFA World Cup
Although it’s been a long time since Brazil won the World Cup, bettors believe the 2021 Copa America finalist has received a favorable draw and can win it all this year. Switzerland, Serbia and Cameroon complete Group G, where Brazil are -350 favorites to win the group and -1400 favorites to qualify.
England’s odds have dropped from +600 to +800, given their injury streak before the tournament. The Three Lions are USA, Iran and Wales, a tougher group than it first appears. Like Brazil, the Three Lions are -350 to win Group B, but -3000 to qualify.
Of the top six teams in the futures chart, only Spain and Germany produced downside moves. This is due to the two being placed in the same group alongside Japan, participating in the third pot. The Asian boys are +25,000 to win it all, but it might well be worth advancing from the group and sending one of the big boys home early.
Latest FIFA World Cup 2022 betting news
Outside of the favorites tier, a few teams lower in the table had notable moves resulting from Friday’s draw.
The biggest positive players were Croatia and Senegal, who entered Group F and Group A respectively. Bettors believe Croatia will also make it to the Round of 16 as the 2018 World Cup finalists are at -190 to get out of a group that also contains Belgium, Morocco and Canada.
Denmark, who went through Group C with France, Tunisia and a playoff winner TBD, also dropped six points to +2200 after the draw.
As for the downside drivers, Mexico and Poland – likely contenders for second place in Group C – have seen their odds drop due to uncertainty surrounding who will advance. Likewise, Serbia saw a sharp decline after being drawn with Brazil and Switzerland.
But, none other than Qatar proved to be the biggest driver of the teams that entered the draw at odds of +10000 or better as the host country went from +6600 to +10000. They sit in first place in Group A alongside the Netherlands, Senegal and Ecuador.
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