Who is the favorite to win the 2022 FIFA World Cup? Brazil, England, France
The World Cup 2022 is quickly approaching. One of the most anticipated events in the world of sports is going to take place this November. For the first time, in the history of the sport, the World Cup is going to be held in a Middle Eastern country, in this case Qatar. The host state has built a couple of new stadiums and repurposed some already existing ones for the purpose of the competition.
Fans of the sport from all over the world have purchased tickets, marked the date, and are preparing to watch the tournament in any way they can. Whether that be in-person, through a TV broadcast, or on the various online streaming services that are going to show the matches. Whatever the case may be, the World Cup is happening soon, and the people are all excited.
Betting on the World Cup
Naturally, with an event this popular, it is not a surprise to learn that the punters from all over the world are waiting with baited breath to place down bets on whoever they think will win the World Cup. When it comes to football, and sports in general, the World Cup is one of the most popular events in the betting world. Punters have certainly done their research on the likeliest teams to win the trophy.
In this article, we are going to take a look at the odds and opinions that the bookmakers have set. So, if you are interested in the odds for the World Cup for football they are coming right away in this article. Let’s take a look. The following are the three favorite teams to win the trophy in 2022.
At the number one spot, perhaps rather unsurprisingly, is the Brazilian national team. The most successful national club in the history of the World Cup, Brazil’s odds at winning the World Cup are set the highest at most online sportsbooks. The team has been crowned World Cup winner on five different occasions, with the latest one being 20 years ago, in 2002.
The team’s track record includes quite a few awards as well. They have been named Team of the Year on 12 different occasions, more than any other team in the world. They’re success has made them one of the most respected and feared teams on the court. It is thanks to these facts that the Brazilian national team is currently leading the polls in terms of favorites to win the FIFA World Cup 2022.
Unlike Brazil, the inclusion of England on this list might come as a shock. For the past 5+ decades, the English national team has been experiencing quite the drought. Sure, they have won the World Cup, however, this was back in 1966, and they have not been doing very well since. That is, until this year.
The English team has been working their hearts out, preparing for the FIFA World Cup 2022, with only one goal in mind. It is their mission to seize that trophy and put an end to this drought that is plaguing their career. And it seems that these are more than just words for England. They’ve done everything they can to be considered one of the top competitors. And their efforts seemed to have paid off, as most websites online consider them among the top favorites to win the trophy.
The French national team has had massive success on the field of the World Cup. According to FIFA rankings, the Blues, as they are called, are ranked among the best teams and so it is no surprise that they are in the running to win the World Cup. In fact, the team has already won two world cups, as well as two UEFA European Championships and two UEFA Confederation Cups. It is these victories that rank them among the most respected and top teams in the world today.
In 2022, their chances for winning the World Cup seem to be quite high, as many online bookmakers, as well as punters in general, consider them among the favorite to get the trophy. Only time will tell whether it will be the French, the Brazilians, the English, or someone else entirely. One thing is certain though. The 2022 World Cup is definitely going to be a blast.
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