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- Westgate has released odds to win the 2022 World Cup for nearly 80 countries.
- Brazil (6-1) are the favorites to lift the cup, followed closely by France at 13-2.
- The USA are listed at 60-1.
Already having World Cup withdrawals? Lucky for you, the Westgate Las Vegas SuperBook has released odds for nearly 80 countries to win the 2022 tournament in Qatar.
At 13-2, France has a 13.3% implied probability to win it all again in four years. They aren’t the favorite, though. That is reserved for Brazil, whose 6-1 odds are a nudge higher than this year’s champion.
The runners-up didn’t gain much love from their impressive run over the past month. At 30-1, Croatia’s odds are only slightly better than they were at the start of this year’s tournament (35-1).
And after missing the tourney altogether this year, the United States sits at 60-1, which ranks 15th of the 79 teams listed.
Below is the complete list of odds from Westgate as of July 15, 4 p.m. ET.