Good Odds for Every Team to Win the World Cup in 2022

Nov 12, 2022

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DOHA, Qatar – There are less than two weeks till the World Cup, so keep your cleats on. Due to the weather in Qatar, this year’s tournament, which is typically played in the summer, will air on FOX from November 20 to December 18. Any day away from the largest tournament in the world may feel like suffering because it is said that seven days without soccer makes one weak. Soccer gamblers need not fret, though, as we are here to whet your appetite by examining the odds for each side competing in the competition.

The top three favorites shouldn’t come as a surprise because they represent the three strongest teams in the world: Brazil, England, and France. It’s interesting to note that despite their recent tournament failures, all three players have a chip on their shoulder. In the knockout round of the 2020 Euros, Switzerland defeated France; in the finals of the 2020 Euros, Italy defeated England; and in the 2021 Copa America final, Argentina triumphed over Brazil.

Certainly, there is a point to make with these three teams.

The USMNT aims to advance to the semifinals for the first time since 1930, even though just making it to the knockout stage would be a victory. Mexico is aiming to advance higher than they have since reaching the quarterfinals in 1986 in addition to making their seventh consecutive appearance in the Round of 16.

Other than the fact that you can watch the World Cup live easily online, what else do you need to know about the odds?

High-level teams typically do well on the biggest stage, according to historical data. Since 2002, the winners have typically been underdogs: Brazil in 2002, Italy in 2006, Spain in 2010, France in 2018 (fourth-best odds), Germany in 2014 (second-best odds), and Germany in 2014 (best odds) (fourth-best odds).

Soccer experts keen (and observing all the stats and previous performances of each team) think Germany (sixth-best odds) is a gamble that merits consideration.

A good hypothesis is that Germany at was hard to ignore from a pure value perspective. That’s an unbelievable potential payoff for a four-time World Cup champion that is currently the hottest national team in the world – Die Mannschaft is unbeaten in 13 games since Hansi Flick took over a year ago.

It is easy to believe they have a greater chance than England, who is surprisingly after their abject performance in the Nations League matches in June, this according to pundits all around..

Football experts, pro bettors, and pundits say there is one long shot that just might succeed, and it’s not only because they go by the moniker Danish Dynamite.

Denmark, many say, is very much capable of a deep run in Qatar after reaching the semis of the last Euros. They are not only underdogs because of Christian Eriksen, but they might also be the tournament’s heartwarming tale.

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