The 2022 FIFA World Cup in Qatar is underway, with the first round of fixtures in full flow.
England and France both opened their campaign with emphatic victories as they look to secure a fifth successive World Cup title for a European nation, meanwhile Argentina's 36-game winning streak has come to an end at the hands of Saudi Arabia.
Pre-tournament favourites Brazil are yet to take to the field, but how have the winner's odds been affected as a result of the early days of action in Qatar?
Who are the favourites to win the 2022 World Cup?
The odds provided below represent the best value on the market that we could find. Odds correct as of November 24th, 2022.
- Brazil - 3/1
- France - 13/2
- England - 13/2
- Spain - 7/1
- Argentina - 8/1
- Netherlands - 12/1
- Portugal - 14/1
- Belgium - 18/1
- Germany - 22/1
- Denmark - 33/1
- Uruguay - 40/1
- Croatia - 66/1
- Serbia - 66/1
- Switzerland - 66/1
- Japan - 100/1
Brazil have been established as the bookmakers' favourite to win the 2022 World Cup, priced at 3/1 following an immense South American qualification stage.
France disappointed their fans at EURO 2020, falling to Switzerland following a tense encounter that went all the way to penalties. The reigning World Cup champions will be hoping to avoid a similar embarrassment having been priced up at 13/2.
England are third favourites to win just their second-ever major tournament this winter. They struggled in the Nations League, but an emphatic win over Iran has them as short as 7/1.
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