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The odds for the 2022 World Cup are already intriguing.

Who’s going to lift the World Cup trophy on Sunday 18 December and what are the current odds?

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Odds have been published not only for who will become world champion this winter in Qatar, but also for each of the eight groups.

Below are the betting odds for the 2022 World Cup winners. provided by our partner PointsBet.


World Cup 2022: schedule, start time, dates, how to watch live

  • When: November 20, 2022 to December 18, 2022
  • Group stage start time: 5:00 AM, 8:00 AM, 10:00 AM, 11:00 AM, 2:00 PM (all ET)
  • Location: Qatar
  • TV channels in Spanish: Telemundo, Universe, peacock
  • Streaming in spanish: peacock (all 64 matches)

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World Cup odds – group stage winners

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Group A

Netherlands -223
Senegal +400
Ecuador +550
Qatar +1600

Group B

England -304
Wales +550
USA +600
Iran +1800

Group C

Argentina -223
Poland +450
Mexico +450
Saudi Arabia +2500

Group D

France -250
Denmark +275
Tunisia +1400
Australia +2000

Group E

Spain -112
Germany +110
Japan +1200
Costa Rica +5000

Group F

Belgium -200
Croatia +250
Morocco +1000
Canada +1200

Group G

Brazil -250
Switzerland +500
Serbia +600
Cameroon +1200

Group H

Portugal -154
Uruguay +200
Ghana +1100
South Korea +1100


World Cup 2022 Betting – Winners

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Brazil +450
France +550
Argentina +650
England +700
Spain +800
Germany +1000
Belgium +1200
Netherlands +1200
Portugal +1200
Denmark +2800
Croatia +5000
Uruguay +5000
Switzerland +8000
Senegal +8000
Mexico +10000
Serbia +10000
Wales +125000
USA +15000
Poland +15000
Ecuador +20000
Qatar +25000
Cameroon +25000
Canada +25000
Ghana +30000
Japan +30000
Morocco +30000
South Korea +30000
Iran +35000
Australia +50000
Tunisia +50000
Costa Rica +100000
Saudi Arabia +1000000

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Casemiro trades one Bruno for another.

This is just one of the fun facts about Premier League players taking a break from league play ahead of the World Cup, with Manchester United’s Casemiro seeing teammate Bruno Fernandes to Portugal and Newcastle United’s Bruno Guimares along with him along with Brazil.

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There is also a group of Wolves and Manchester City players preparing for the Portugal national team, a significant contingent of Leicester City with Belgium, and Brentford bringing a lot of talent to Denmark.

England is obviously the biggest recipient of Premier League players and Wales, unsurprisingly, are there as well, but Brazil and Portugal also look very familiar with the PL.

See below for the full list of all Premier League players at the 2022 World Cup in Qatar.


Premier League players at World Cup 2022

Argentina

Julian Alvarez (Manchester City)
Alexia Mac Allister (Brighton)
Emiliano Martinez (Aston Villa)
Lisandro Martinez (Manchester United)
Cristiano Romero (Tottenham)

Belgium

Timothy Castagne (Leicester)
Kevin De Bruyne (Manchester City)
Leander Dendoncker (Aston Villa)
Woot Faes (Leicester City)
Amadou Onana (Everton)
Youri Tielemans (Leicester City)
Leandro Trossard (Belgium)

Brazil

Alisson (Liverpool)
Anthony (Manchester United)
Casemiro (Manchester United)
Ederson (Manchester City)
Fabinho (Liverpool)
Fred (Manchester United)
Bruno Guimares (Newcastle)
Gabriel Jesus (Arsenal)
Gabriel Martinelli (Arsenal)
Lucas Paqueta (West Ham)
Richarlison (Tottenham)
Thiago Silva (Chelsea)

Cameroon

Brian Mbeumo (Brentford)

Croatia

Mateo Kovacic (Chelsea)
Ivan Perisic (Tottenham)

Denmark

Joachim Andersen (Crystal Palace)
Mikkel Damsgaard (Brentford)
Christian Eriksen (Manchester United)
Pierre-Emile Hoybjerg (Tottenham)
Matthias Jensen (Brentford)
Rasmus Christensen (Leeds)
Christian Norgaard (Brentford)

Ecuador

Jeremy Sarmiento (Brighton)
Moses Caicedo (Brighton)
Purvis Estupina (Brighton)

England

Trent Alexander-Arnold (Liverpool)
Conor Cody (Everton)
Eric Dier (Tottenham)
Phil Foden (Manchester City)
Conor Gallagher (Chelsea)
Jack Grealish (Manchester City)
Jordan Henderson (Liverpool)
Harry Kane (Tottenham)
James Maddison (Leicester City)
Harry Maguire (Manchester United)
Mason Mount (Chelsea)
Calvin Phillips (Manchester City)
Jordan Pickford (Everton)
Nick Pope (Newcastle)
Aaron Ramsdale (Arsenal)
Marcus Rashford (Manchester United)
Declan Rice (West Ham)
Bukayo Saka (Arsenal)
Luke Shaw (Manchester United)
Raheem Sterling (Chelsea)
John Stones (Manchester City)
Kieran Trippier (Newcastle)
Kyle Walker (Manchester City)
Ben White (Arsenal)
Callum Wilson (Newcastle United)

France

Alphonse Areola (West Ham)
Ibrahima Konate (Liverpool)
Hugo Lloris (Tottenham)
William Lilina (Arsenal)
Raphael Varane (Manchester United)

Germany

Armel Bella-Kotchap (Southampton)
Ilkay Gundogan (Manchester City)
Kai Havertz (Chelsea)
Thilo Kehrer (West Ham)

Ghana

Daniel Amarti (Leicester City)
Jordan Ayew (Crystal Palace)
Tariq Lamptey (Brighton)
Thomas Partey (Arsenal)
Mohammed Salisu (Southampton)

Iran

Saman Goddos (Brentford)

Japan

Kaoru Mitoma (Brighton)
Takehiro Tomiyasu (Arsenal)

Mexico

Raul Jimenez (Wolves)

Morocco

Nayef Agerd (West Ham)
Hakim Ziyech (Chelsea)

Netherlands

Nathan Ake (Manchester City)
Tyrell Malasia (Manchester United)
Virgil van Dijk (Liverpool)

Poland

Jan Bednarek (Aston Villa)
Matty Cash (Aston Villa)

Portugal

Joao Cancelo (Manchester City)
Diogo Dalot (Manchester United)
Ruben Diaz (Manchester City)
Bruno Fernandes (Manchester United)
Ruben Neves (Wolves)
Matheus Nunez (Wolves)
Joao Paligna (Fulham)
Cristiano Ronaldo (Manchester United)
Jose Sa (Wolves)
Bernardo Silva (Manchester City)

Senegal

Idrissa Gana Guie (Everton)
Kalidou Koulibaly (Chelsea)
Sheihou Kouyate (Nottingham Forest)
Edouard Mendy (Chelsea)
Nampalis Mendy (Leicester City)
Pape Matar Sarr (Tottenham)

Serbia

Alexander Mitrovic (Fulham)

South Korea

Hee-chan Hwang (Wolves)
Son Heung-min (Tottenham)

Spain

Cesar Azpilicueta (Chelsea)
Aymeric Laporte (Manchester City)
David Raya (Brentford)
Rodri (Manchester City)
Robert Sanchez (Brighton)

Switzerland

Manuel Akanji (Manchester City)
Remo Freuler (Nottingham Forest)
Fabian Shar (Newcastle United)
Granite Xhaka (Arsenal)
Denis Zakaria (Chelsea)

United States (USMNT)

Brenden Aaronson (Leeds)
Tyler Adams (Leeds)
Christian Pulisic (Chelsea)
Tim Rome (Fulham)
Anthony Robinson (Fulham)
Matt Turner (Arsenal)

Uruguay

Rodrigo Betancourt (Tottenham)
Darwin Nunez (Liverpool)
Facundo Pellistri (Manchester United)

Wales

Ben Davis (Tottenham)
Wayne Hennessy (Nottingham Forest)
Daniel James (Fulham)
Brennan Johnson (Nottingham Forest)
Chris Mepham (Bournemouth)
Kieffer Moore (Bournemouth)
Danny Ward (Leicester City)
Neko Williams (Nottingham Forest)
Harry Wilson (Fulham)

it nearly here. While there has long been debate about whether the 2022 World Cup will arrive in Qatar, the winter tournament will take place on the fields of the Middle East over the next five weeks.

The mid-season has provided plenty of intrigue and injury, but there are still plenty of traditional favorites as Brazil, France and England compete to be named World Cup winners.

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There are new faces such as Canada and (sort of) the US men’s national team as fellow confederates Costa Rica and Mexico joined CONCACAF neighbors.

This should be the last World Cup for Lionel Messi and possibly Cristiano Ronaldo, although the Portuguese is making headlines for a variety of reasons heading to Qatar.

Our staff Joe…



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