Who will Win World Cup 2022? Top Favorites to Win

Who will Win World Cup 2022? Top Favorites to Win

The countdown to Qatar 2022 has now reached the final straight, with the conclusion of Euro 2020 and the Copa America shifting the focus firmly to the opening game of the FIFA World Cup in less than 500 days.

There is no outright favorite to win World Cup 2022, but the likes of France, Brazil, Germany, Spain, and Argentina are understandably considered perennial challengers.

While both Euro 2020 and Copa America gave us drama and powerhouse winners in Italy and Argentina, it is fair to say that neither Team can yet be described as one that will dominate for years to come.

Who will win the 2022 World Cup?

As implied by the latest bookmakers’ odds.

Team Chance of winning the 2022 World Cup
Brazil 14%
France 14%
England 13%
Spain 13%
Italy 9%
Argentina 9%
Germany 9%
Belgium 8%
Portugal 6%
Netherlands 6%

Top Favorites to Win 1

Although the world cup has been a disappointing story for Argentina so far, the side has seen some additions in the ranks lately. The likes of Lautaro Martinez, Paulo Dybala, and Giovani Lo Celso have certainly boosted the squad while the old stars would be ready to perform on the big stage again.

The defending champions France would be betting favorites to lift the FIFA World Cup in Qatar once the tournament kicks off. The side still has the stars from its last world cup triumph and would be looking to repeat what happened in 2018.

Coming as tournament favorites alongside France, Brazil would be a team to watch out for in Qatar once the world cup kicks off in the country. With 11/2 odds and the likes of Philipe Coutinho, Alisson, Neymar, and Richarlison in their ranks, the side has enough firepower to pose a serious challenge for the crown.

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