Latest World Cup 2022 Betting

Check out the latest World Cup odds for Qatar 2022 and get our experts’ analysis of the best teams leading the quadrennial tournament.

Brazil (+400) are the favorites to win the World Cup come this December, while 2018 victors France and 2021 European Championship runners-up England follow closely in the odds at sub +1000. Argentina are also +600, in what could potentially be Lionel Messi’s final tournament in blue and white.

2022 World Cup Odds

Odds courtesy of BetMGM. Correct at the time of publication and subject to change.

CountryTo Win World Cup
Brazil+350
Argentina+500
France+700
England+800
Spain+800
Germany+1000
Netherlands+1400
Belgium+1400
Portugal+1400
Denmark+2800
Croatia+4000
Uruguay+4000
Senegal+8000
Switzerland+8000
USA+10000
Mexico+10000
Serbia+10000
Poland+10000
Wales+15000
Ecuador+15000
Qatar+25000
Japan+25000
Ghana+15000
Cameroon+15000
Japan+25000
Australia+25000
Morocco+25000
Ghana+25000
Morocco+25000
Cameroon+25000
Korea Republic+25000
Canada+25000
Tunisia+40000
Iran+50000
Costa Rica+50000
Saudi Arabia+50000

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Favorites to win the 2022 FIFA World Cup

Although it has been a long time since Brazil won the World Cup, oddsmakers believe the 2021 Copa America finalist received a favorable draw, and can win it all this year. Switzerland, Serbia and Cameroon round out Group G, where Brazil is a -350 favorite to win the group and -1400 to advance.

England’s odds have drifted out from +600 to +800, given their string of injuries ahead of the tournament. The Three Lions ace the United States, Iran and Wales, a tougher group than it may first seem. Just like Brazil, the Three Lions are -350 to win Group B, but are -3000 to advance.

Harry Kane and Phil Foden
UEFA Euro 2020 runner-up England is a strong choice for bettors.
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Of the top-six teams on the futures board, only Spain and Germany produced downward moves. That came as a result of both being placed in the same group alongside Pot Three entrant Japan. The boys from Asia are +25000 to win it all, but could well be worth a bet to advance from the group and send of one the big boys home early.

Latest 2022 FIFA World Cup betting news

Outside of the favorites tier, a few teams further down the board had notable moves resulting from Friday’s draw.

The biggest positive movers were Croatia and Senegal, who entered Group F and Group A, respectively. Oddsmakers believe in Croatia getting to the knockouts too as the 2018 World Cup finalists are -190 to advance out of a group that also contains Belgium, Morocco and Canada.

Denmark, who placed into Group C with France, Tunisia and a to-be determined playoff winner, also moved down six points to +2200 following the draw.

As for the downward movers, Mexico and Poland — likely competitors for the second spot in Group C — saw a downshift in odds due to the uncertainty surrounding who will advance. Likewise, Serbia saw a big downward shift after being drawn with Brazil and Switzerland.

But, none other than Qatar proved the biggest mover of teams that entered the draw with odds of +10000 or better as the host nation dropped from +6600 to +10000. It occupies the first spot in Group A alongside the Netherlands, Senegal and Ecuador.

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