Qatar World Cup Betting 2022
Qatar World Cup Betting Brazil, Argentina, reigning champion France, Spain, and England are the favorites to win this year’s World Cup in Qatar, according to OKBET.
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My personal betting picks are a little more varied — see below — but here’s a quick glance at the prospects of the top contenders:
Brazil (+350 to win; $100 bet to win $350)
The five-time Qatar World Cup Betting champion hasn’t lifted the trophy in 20 years and has exited in the quarterfinals of three of the last four tournaments, but a remarkable South American qualification run (14 wins, three draws, and no defeats) puts a return to glory on the table. The Seleço possesses maybe the finest goalie in the world (Alisson) and a plethora of offensive possibilities, including Neymar, who will be totally healthy for the first time in a World Cup.
It is the 35-year-old icon Lionel Messi’s last opportunity for Qatar World Cup Betting triumph, since Argentina has only moved beyond the quarterfinals once in four tries. The two-time champion has not lost in 35 matches, including a Copa América final victory against Brazil in 2021. Messi is surrounded by quality this time around and plays in a pass-heavy system that fits his skills.
As previously said, the defending champion has had a tumultuous four years since its win in Russia, and no team has successfully defended their Qatar World Cup Betting championship since Brazil in 1962. But any squad led by Karim Benzema (the most recent Ballon d’Or winner, recognized to the world’s finest player playing for a European club), Kylian Mbappé (just 23 and one of the world’s most dangerous scorers), and Antoine Griezmann (the wise veteran) would be impossible to stop. France’s greatest adversary is France itself.
Manager Luis Enrique expects complete commitment to his attack-first, attack-always strategy: “We always want to be in our opponent’s half and take chances,” he has said. But that approach is useless without good finishers, and Spain may be lacking in that regard for the Qatar World Cup Betting. (A lot is riding on the thin shoulders of Pedri, who is just 19 years old.) Furthermore, Enrique’s tactics may leave Spain’s defense exposed to counterattacks.
The Three Lions haven’t had such high expectations in a long time, but it seems right for a squad that reached the Qatar World Cup Betting semifinals four years ago and lost on penalties to Italy in the Euro 2020 final. However, England has gone winless in six UEFA Nations League matches this year, losing three and drawing three, though a 3-3 stalemate with Germany on Sept. 26 was encouraging. Harry Kane is the pivot, and if he doesn’t get going, England may struggle.