The FIFA World Cup is back for the first time since 2018 as the world’s best soccer players will gather in Qatar, starting on November 20th, to crown a world champion.
Our exclusive wagering partners at BetOnline.ag have all the best odds surrounding the World Cup, but none more important than who will win the whole thing. Here’s the sportsbook’s top ten:
2022 FIFA World Cup – Odds to Win
The favorites in Brazil (+400) have not won a World Cup final since 2002, but led by 38-year-old Thiago Silva, came out of the 2019 Copa America victorious. Silva serves as Brazil’s team captain.
Argentina is led by superstar Lionel Messi and has +550 odds to win the World Cup. Messi is the heart and soul of Argentina’s national team and is the club’s all-time leader in both caps and goals scored. They’ll heavily rely on him to try and win their first World Cup since 1986.
Way down the list is Portugal at +1600. With arguably the world’s most famous athlete in Cristiano Ronaldo at the helm, you would think the Portuguese National Team would have better odds – but the supporting cast around #7 isn’t as good as in years past.
Nowhere to be found above is team USA! The US Men’s National team has just 110/1 odds to win the World Cup. I’m honestly surprised they even qualified.
My pick: England +850. 8.5/1 feels like solid value for this team. Harry Kane will bring some young blood back into the team following the end of Wayne Rooney’s tenure as captain and help them to their first title since 1966.
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