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Brazil still heads the soccer World Cup odds for the 2022 finals in Qatar with just days until the biggest tournament of all gets way in the Middle East.

The South American giants – winners of the famous trophy a record five times – will lock horns with Serbia, Switzerland and Cameroon in the first phase of the first ever winter finals (November 21 to December 18 inclusive). Brazil is +350 to become world champion for a sixth time.

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The USMNT (+15000 or bet $100 to win $15,000) meanwhile faces some familiar foes in the shape of England and Iran and Wales in Group B.

Mexico is also +15000 odds after El Tri was handed a tough assignment in Group C with Lionel Messi’s Argentina, Robert Lewandowski’s Poland and Saudi Arabia.

Lionel Messi bids to win the trophy for a first time in December, and his Argentina team is +550 second favorite to win it all for the third time in their history.

Defending champion France is third favorite at +650 after Les Bleus were bracketed with Denmark, Tunisia and Australia in the opening group stages.

Portugal’s Cristiano Ronaldo, still searching for the one award that has eluded him in a glittering career, saw his country placed in Group H along with Ghana, South Korea and Uruguay. Portugal is +1600 odds to win the World Cup for the first time.

Cristiano Ronaldo Euro 2020 Portugal
Cristiano Ronaldo and Portugal are looking for a first ever World Cup success.

The other North American team in the finals, Canada, is +30000 odds after being bracketed with Belgium, Morocco and 2018 finalist Croatia in Group F.

Missing from the draw of course was Italy, which suffered a shock elimination at the hands of North Macedonia.

Latest World Cup Odds 2022

So the draw is done and the route to Qatar in November is clear. Here are the latest odds from PointsBet:

South Korea+25000
Costa Rica+100000
Saudi Arabia+100000

NB: Odds correct on November 16, 2022

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Tottenham and England forward Harry Kane heads the Golden Boot futures line at +900:

Harry Kane (England)+900
Kylian Mbappe (France)+1000
Lionel Messi (Argentina)+1200
Neymar (Brazil)+1400
Karim Benzema (France)+1800
Cristiano Ronaldo (Portugal)+2000
Romelu Lukaku (Belgium)+2500
Lautaro Martinez (Argentina)+2800
Memphis Depay (Netherlands)+2800
Richarlison (Brazil)+3000
Vinicius Junior (Brazil)+3300
Gabriel Jesus (Brazil)+3400
Alvaro Morata (Spain)+4000
Kai Havertz (Germany)+4000
Robert Lewandowski (Poland)+5000

NB: Odds correct November 16, 2022

World Cup Draw: Groups for 2022

The draw for the 2022 finals took place earlier this year, and here are the groups for the first phase:

Group A: Qatar, Ecuador, Netherlands, Senegal

Group B: England, Iran, USA, Wales

Group C: Argentina, Saudi Arabia, Mexico, Poland

Group D: France, Australia, Denmark, Tunisia

Group E: Spain, Costa Rica, Germany, Japan

Group F: Belgium, Canada, Morocco, Croatia

Group G: Brazil, Serbia, Switzerland, Cameroon

Group H: Portugal, Ghana, Uruguay, South Korea

When are the World Cup games played?

Like we said, this is the first finals ever to be played outside of the summer months. The finals start November 21, 2022 and run through to the World Cup final on December 18.

The first phase group games are played on the following dates:

Monday November 21
Group A: Qatar vs. Ecuador
Group A: Senegal vs. Netherlands
Group B: England vs. Iran
Group B: United States vs. Wales

Tuesday November 22
Group C: Argentina vs. Saudi Arabia
Group C: Mexico vs. Poland
Group D: France vs. Australia
Group D: Denmark vs. Tunisia

Wednesday November 23
Group E: Spain vs. Costa Rica
Group E: Germany vs. Japan
Group F: Belgium vs. Canada
Group F: Morocco vs. Croatia

Thursday November 24
Group G: Brazil vs. Serbia
Group G: Switzerland vs. Cameroon
Group H: Portugal vs. Ghana
Group H: Uruguay vs. South Korea

Friday November 25
Group A: Qatar vs. Senegal
Group A: Netherlands vs. Ecuador
Group B: England vs. United States
Group B: Wales vs. Iran

Saturday November 26
Group C: Argentina vs. Mexico
Group C: Poland vs. Saudi Arabia
Group D: France vs. Denmark
Group D: Tunisia vs. Australia

Sunday November 27
Group E: Spain vs. Germany
Group E: Japan vs. Costa Rica
Group F: Belgium vs. Morocco
Group F: Croatia vs. Canada

Monday November 28
Group G: Brazil vs. Switzerland
Group G: Cameroon vs. Serbia
Group H: Portugal vs. Uruguay
Group H: South Korea vs. Ghana

Tuesday November 29
Group A: Netherlands vs. Qatar
Group A: Ecuador vs. Senegal
Group B: Wales vs. England
Group B: Iran vs. United States

Wednesday November 30
Group C: Poland vs. Argentina
Group C: Saudi Arabia vs. Mexico
Group D: Tunisia vs. France
Group D: Australia vs. Denmark

Thursday December 1
Group E: Japan vs. Spain
Group E: Costa Rica vs. Germany
Group F: Croatia vs. Belgium
Group F: Canada vs. Morocco

Friday December 2
Group G: Cameroon vs. Brazil
Group G: Serbia vs. Switzerland
Group H: South Korea vs. Portugal
Group H: Ghana vs. Uruguay

What are the odds for the 2022 World Cup?

Brazil is the +350 favorite with Lionel Messi’s Argentina next on +550 and reigning champion France on +650. Mexico is +15000, the same odds as the USMNT, with Canada double those odds at +30000.

Who are the favorites for the 2022 World Cup?

Brazil – the five-times winner, is the +350 favorite.

Who is the most likely winner of the 2022 World Cup?

You’d have to be pretty crazy to rule out the defending champion France. Yeah they messed up in the Euros but they still have ridiculous talent, headed by the amazing Kylian Mbappe. They would be our early pick at +650.

Did Qatar qualify for the World Cup?

Yes, Qatar qualified for the finals. The host nation and also the defending champion (France in this case) qualify automatically.