It goes without saying that every football fan is eager for the 2022 FIFA World Cup to begin and witness some remarkable football matches that will forever be in their memory. This World Cup in Qatar will be unique as it will be the first time not to take place in summer.
As we are getting closer to November 21st, the opening day of the 2022 World Cup, all sportsbooks are slowly setting up the World Cup odds for the bettors. In this article, we will analyze the World Cup matches with the best odds.
The 2022 World Cup Winning Odds
Before we analyze the matches with the best odds, it is only fair to reveal the favourites for winning the 2022 FIFA World Cup in Qatar. The absolute favourite is Brazil with 9/2 odds for winning, which isn’t a surprise as they are ranked first on the FIFA rankings, following an incredible few years.
Second on the list of favourites is England with 11/2 odds for winning, which is followed by France with 6/1 odds for defending the World Champions status. Next up is Argentina with 7/1 odds, Spain with 8/1 odds, Germany with 10/1 odds, Netherlands and Portugal with 12/1 odds, and Belgium with 14/1 odds.
World Cup Matches With the Best Odds
As we all know, there are eight groups in the World Cup, where every group consist of four teams and each team plays three matches. The best two teams in each of the groups will progress through to the knockout stages. Below we will reveal the matches with the best odds from each of the groups.
In the first round of group A, the Netherlands are the favourites for winning against Senegal with 4/6 odds. As for the second and third, they are also getting the odds for winning against Ecuador and Qatar with odds set at 8/11 and 2/7, respectively.
The matches with the best odds in group B start with England vs Iran, where England has 4/11 odds of winning. As for the second round, the teams don’t have some great odds of winning, as the matches seem pretty tight.
In the last match of the group, England is playing against Wales and the bookmakers have given them 8/13 odds of winning.
This group starts off with the match between Argentina and Saudi Arabia, where the Argentines have 1/5 odds of winning while in the second round they go up against Mexico where the odds for winning are set at 8/13.
In the third round, Mexico is the favourite to win against Saudi Arabia with odds of 0.56/1 while Argentina has 8/11 odds of winning against Poland.
Group D starts off with France against Australia and Denmark vs Tunisia, where the winning odds for France are 2/9 and 4/9 for Denmark. In the third round, France has 1/4 winning odds against Tunisia while the winning odds for Denmark against Australia are 8/13.
In the first round of this group, Spain has the best winning odds of 2/7 against Costa Rica while Germany has 4/11 odds of winning against Japan. The last round in this group provides us with winning odds of 2/7 for Germany vs Costa Rica and 3/10 winning odds for Spain against Japan.
This group features the match Belgium against Canada in the first round, where Belgium has 2/7 odds of winning. In the second round, Belgium has 1/2 winning odds against Morocco while Croatia has 4/5 odds of winning against Canada.
The first round of matches in group G will give us the match between Brazil and Serbia, where Brazil are favourites with around 1/2 odds of winning. In the second round, Brazil has the same winning odds for their match against Switzerland while in the last game vs Cameroon the winning odds are around 1/3.
In the first round of the last group, we have the match between Portugal vs Ghana, where the winning odds for Portugal are set at 8/15. As for the third round of this group, Portugal is the favourite to win against South Korea with 4/9 odds while Uruguay has 8/11 winning odds against Ghana.