World Cup 2022 Odds: Who will win the FIFA World Cup 2022 in Qatar?

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The 2022 FIFA World Cup in Qatar is drawing ever closer and as the Nations League and international friendlies play out, the favourites for the tournament are starting to be established.

For the first time ever, the tournament will take place in the winter with the European football calendar set to pause in November for the World Cup to take place.

Brazil head into the tournament off the back of a historic unbeaten qualifying campaign, while European champions Italy failed to qualify altogether following a shock play-off defeat to North Macedonia.

Who are the favourites to win the tournament this winter? Let's find out.

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 June 2022.

  • Brazil - 5/1
  • France - 7/1
  • England - 8/1
  • Spain - 8/1
  • Argentina - 9/1
  • Germany - 11/1
  • Netherlands - 14/1
  • Portugal - 14/1
  • Belgium - 16/1
  • Denmark - 33/1
  • Uruguay - 60/1
  • Croatia - 66/1
  • Senegal - 100/1

Brazil have been established as the bookmakers' favourite to win the 2022 World Cup, priced at 5/1 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 7/1.

England are third favourites to win just their second-ever major tournament this winter. The Three Lions have endured a less-than-stellar Nations League campaign, but remain an 8/1 shout to win the World Cup in Qatar.