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2022 FIFA World Cup Betting Odds Tracker: Brazil Favored to Take Home Crown; France & England Close Behind

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Buda Mendes/Getty. Pictured: Brazil star Neymar.

Let the FIFA 2022 World Cup betting hype begin.

The group draw for the 2022 World Cup — set to be played in Qatar throughout the end of November and the first half of December — was held last Friday, allowing us to get a better picture of the tournament’s landscape.

As the Professional and Amateur Sports Protection Act (PASPA) was struck down in 2018 by the Supreme Court, the World Cup was given a taste of legal American betting action in the last go-around, but only New Jersey and Delaware had the infrastructure in place for bettors.

Now, dozens of states have retail betting infrastructures in place, meaning the World Cup will truly get its first run in the United States as a betting event this winter. That’s a bit of a milestone considering the magnitude of the event.

As such, you can check back on this article for updated odds and information regarding teams ahead of the World Cup, including updated lines to win the title from multiple sportsbooks.

Read on to see where each team stands ahead of the World Cup.

Updated 2022 FIFA World Cup Odds

*Odds as of April 4

Brazil +500 +500
France +550 +550
England +550 +650
Spain +800 +800
Argentina +900 +1000
Germany +1000 +1000
Belgium +1100 +1200
Netherlands +1100 +1300
Portugal +1200 +1300
Denmark +2200 +3200
Uruguay +3300 +5000
Croatia +4000 +5000
Senegal +6600 +8000
Switzerland +8000 +8000
Mexico +8000 +11000
Serbia +8000 +11000
United States +8000 +11000
Poland +10000 +11000
Ecuador +15000 +13000
Canada +20000 +18000
Morocco +25000 +18000
Wales +15000 +21000
Qatar +10000 +21000
Ghana +15000 +21000
Cameroon +15000 +21000
Peru +20000 +21000
Japan +20000 +21000
South Korea +25000 +21000
Ukraine +15000 +37000
Scotland +25000 +37000
Australia +30000 +37000
Tunisia +35000 +37000
Saudi Arabia +25000 +55000
Iran +25000 +55000
Costa Rica +75000 +55000
New Zealand +75000 +55000
United Arab Emirates +35000 +100000

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April 4: Brazil might be favored to take home the Jules Rimet Trophy, but if the Selecao don’t follow through and win the World Cup, it’s likely the winner will come from Europe. Eight of the top 10 favorites in the competition come from UEFA, though Brazil and Argentina are both in the top five of shortest odds.

Recent World Cup winners such as France (+550), Spain (+800) and Germany (+1000) are fellow teams in the top six, while 2018 semifinalist and Euro 2020 runner-up England is the other team in the top five.

The United States checks in at +8000 (BetMGM) and +11000 (FanDuel) to win the title after it was placed in a group with England, Iran and one of the following nations — Wales, Ukraine or Scotland — ahead of the competition.

Previous World Cup Winners

Year Host Winner
2018 Russia France
2014 Brazil Germany
2010 South Africa Spain
2006 Germany Italy
2002 South Korea/Japan Brazil
1998 France France
1994 United States Brazil
1990 Italy West Germany
1986 Mexico Argentina
1982 Spain Italy
1978 Argentina Argentina
1974 West Germany West Germany
1970 Mexico Brazil
1966 England England
1962 Chile Brazil
1958 Sweden Brazil
1954 Switzerland West Germany
1950 Brazil Uruguay
1938 France Italy
1934 Italy Italy
1930 Uruguay Uruguay

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