World Cup 2022 Odds

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World Cup 2022 Odds

FIFA World Cup 2022 latest odds for several markets, including outright winner, top goalscorer, player specials and more.

Latest World Cup 2022 odds – read on below for odds on the outright winner, top goalscorer and more.

World Cup 2022 Outright Winner Odds

Brazil are the outright favourites to win the 2022 World Cup with bet365 at $5.50. Led by the likes of Neymar and Vinicius Jr., Brazil have won the most World Cup titles out of any nation with five, but their last triumph came back in 2002 when they beat Germany 2-0 in Japan.

Despite not winning since 1966, England are in the second line of betting to prevail in Qatar, listed at $6.50. England have a history of falling short in major competitions and most recently suffered a heartbreaking loss to Italy in the Euros.

France are the reigning champions having emerged triumphant in Russia four years ago and are priced at $7.00. However, no team has won back-to-back World Cups since Brazil in 1958-62.

Argentina are next in line at $8.00 as they chase their first World Cup since 1986. The Argentineans will be confident after edging out Brazil to win the 2021 Copa America trophy in their last major tournament. Itโ€™s set to be Lionel Messiโ€™s last World Cup, so Argentina will be determined to send him out a winner.

Spain are $9.00 and are looking to capture their second World Cup after reigning supreme back in 2010 in South Africa, while 2014 winners Germany arenโ€™t far behind at $11. Portugal – led by the great Cristiano Ronaldo – are $13, alongside the Netherlands.

Meanwhile, Belgium – who are ranked No. 2 in the world and running out of time to win a major trophy with their golden era – are further back at $15. Denmark are $29 to go all the way, with all other teams – including 2018 runners-up Croatia – $51 or more.


World Cup 2022 Top Goalscorer Odds

Harry Kane is the leading favourite to score the most goals at the 2022 World Cup and is currently priced at $6.00 with bet365.

Kane has consistently found the back of the net in the Premier League for Tottenham, but can go missing on the biggest stages for England. However, in saying that, Kane managed four goals at Euro 2020, one behind Cristiano Ronaldo and Czech Republic star Patrik Schick, while he was also the top goalscorer at the 2018 World Cup.

Kylian Mbappe will be targeting a massive World Cup as he begins to reach the prime of his career, with the French speedster the second favourite at $10. Mbappe had an underwhelming Euros with France and will be determined for an improved showing in Qatar as he attempts to propel France to back-to-back World Cups.

Mbappeโ€™s teammate Karim Benzema is $13, with the Real Madrid striker in some of the best form of his career after leading his club to Champions League glory last season, while he also bagged four goals at the Euros. Cristiano Ronaldo is also $13 to be top goalscorer as the Portuguese legend tries to lead his nation to maiden World Cup glory.

Speaking of legends, Lionel Messi is $15 to finish the tournament with the most goals, as is PSG teammate and Brazilian star Neymar. Romelu Lukaku scored four goals at the 2018 World Cup and is $17 to lead the way in 2022, while the likes of Raheem Sterling, Diogo Jota, Vinicius Jr, Memphis Depay and Lautaro Martinez are all $26.


Australia World Cup 2022 Stage of Elimination

The Socceroos managed to qualify for the 2022 World Cup by the skin of their teeth, edging out Peru on penalties in the playoffs as Andrew Redmayne emerged an unlikely hero.

Landing in Group D alongside reigning champions France, Denmark and Tunisia, the Australians have a tough assignment to advance to the knockout stages.

As such, the Socceroos are $1.24 favourites to be eliminated in the group stage, with the team making it out the group just once at the World Cup during their famous tournament in 2006.

Australia are $5.50 to progress to the Round of 16 and $13 to advance into the quarter-finals. A shock semi-final berth is paying $81, while runner-up and winner is $126 and $251 respectively.

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