The favorites to win the Qatar World Cup according to the bookmakers

These are the favorite teams of bookmakers to win the Cup of the World 2022 in Qatar


With this year's FIFA World Cup taking place in Qatar, the Betting is already in full swing to guess which team will win the coveted cup.


With odds between 5 and 5.5, Brazil is currently the big favorite to win this edition of the FIFA World Cup. With Neymar in top form and others players like Casemiro or Vinicius Junior in top form, the selection has All to make him forget the fiasco at home in 2014 and finally conquer his Sixth world title.


France, where striker Kylian Mbappé stands out. Not forgetting the last Ball de Oro, Karim Benzema, or other players like Antoine Griezmann or Aurélien Tchouaméni. The rating of 'Les Bleus' is between 6.5 and 7, despite the Average performance of the team this year.

The problem with the French team is that it suffers from a great scourge of lesions. Their coach, Didier Deschamps, will be without players important as N'Golo Kanté for the World Cup. And now he has joined the squad Paul Pogba, who has just been injured again after returning to the Training after a meniscus operation.


The English haven't won a World Cup since they did it at home in 1966. In fact, they have accumulated countless disappointments with the fans since. But its last semifinalists in 2018 and the finalists of the last European Championship invite you to dream and have a group of players talented and hardworking who can surprise in Qatar. Your score is between 6.5 and 8.


Messi after his quick exit at the hands of France in the second round of the 2018 World Cup, Argentina seems to be looking for the trophy more seriously than never. And, above all, after having been proclaimed champion of the Copa América 2021. Unbeaten since 2019 after 35 games, the Albiceleste wants to repeat a feat which he had not achieved since 1986. Score between 8 and 8.5.


The Spanish team has been left behind in recent years after a stage brilliant from 2008 to 2012. Bookmakers, however, are taken very much in serious to La Roja, giving them odds of between 8.5 and 9. His coach, Luis Enrique, will have veterans like Sergio Busquets. and new promises such as Pedri, Gavi or Nico Williams


Since their elimination in the first round of the 2018 World Cup, the "Mannschaft" is at its worst, scoring only 11 in the houses of bets. But beware of the Germans who, in addition to veterans like Toni Kroos, have renewed their squad with young talents such as Kai Havertz, Serge Gnabry, Leon Goretzka or Joshua Kimmich, which makes them a very dangerous.


Absent from the 2018 World Cup, the Netherlands changed things this year by qualify for the Nations League Final Four. With players like Van Dijk, De Ligt, De Jong or Memphis Depay, the "Oranje" can surprise the world.


Portugal is not impressing or frightening as much as it has since winning the Euro 2016. But even with that uncertainty and parallel problems like the injury of Diogo Jota, the Portuguese have a solid squad for face the last FIFA Cup. world of Cristiano Ronaldo.


Denmark qualified for the semi-finals of the European Cup despite the absence of its leader, Christian Eriksen, after suffering a heart attack at the beginning of the tournament. With his return to command and his two victories against France in the League of the Nations, the Danes have earned respect and are called to give the surprise in the Qatar World Cup.


Uruguay is not the favorite behind the two South American giants, Brazil and Argentina, but be careful with them. Among experienced players (Diego Godín, Edinson Cavani) and very promising young players (Darwin Núñez, Federico Valverde), the team has enough potential to be one of the great rivals of the World Cup in Qatar. However, they were put between the 50th and 51st of absolute victory.


Croatia remains second in the world of national teams. Also Qualified for the Nations League Final Four, the Croatians have qualified for rejuvenated a lot and still have Luka Modric at the head of the group.


Winner of the CAN 2021, Senegal is the first African hope in a Worldwide. Led by the Bayern Munich player and penultimate Ball of Gold, Sadio Mané, the 'Lions of Teranga' have scores between 80 and 101, the highest score among the five participating teams on the continent.

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