2022 FIFA World Cup Qatar Betting Odds, Predictions, Futures, Picks

2022 FIFA World Cup Qatar Betting Odds, Predictions, Futures, Picks

Martin Green has analyzed the World Cup draw and selected his best bets, group winners, and top sleepers for the Qatar 2022 tournament.

France won their second world championship in 2018, and now Les Bleus are targeting the 2022 FIFA World Cup to become the first repeat champions since Brazil in 1958 and 1962. Because the 2022 World Cup will be held in Qatar, the tournament has been moved from the summer to the winter. With several teams dealing with key injuries, this has significantly shortened preparation time and put depth to the test more than ever.

The French midfield has been decimated by injuries to Paul Pogba and N’Golo Kante, but France remains the second favorite in the 2022 World Cup odds from Caesars Sportsbook at 6-1. Brazil has the most World Cup victories in history, and the No. 1 team in the FIFA World Rankings is the 4-1 favorite in the World Cup 2022 odds. Before making any 2022 World Cup predictions, you should listen to SportsLine’s soccer expert Martin Green.

Green became a professional sports writer and handicapper after working in the sports betting industry for several years. He has covered the game all over the world. His European soccer predictions have been astonishingly accurate since then. Since the 2017-18 season, Green has generated nearly $35,000 for $100 bettors, and he has his finger on the pulse of the game all over the world.

Green has now thoroughly examined the 2022 World Cup draw and revealed his picks and predictions. Green’s 2022 World Cup picks are now available on SportsLine.

Top FIFA World Cup 2022 predictions

Green is betting +100 on the USMNT qualifying from Group B at Caesars. Gregg Berhalter named his 26-man World Cup roster last Wednesday, and while there were some grouses about the absence of Zack Steffen and Ricardo Pepi, there is still a general buzz around a talented roster that was the youngest to qualify for the 2022 FIFA World Cup.

During CONCACAF World Cup qualifying, the average age of the USMNT starting XI was under 24 years old, with Ghana being the next youngest club at 26. With world football becoming a younger and younger game with a greater emphasis on pace, Green expects the Americans’ youth and energy to play a significant role in advancing from Group B against England, Wales, and Iran.

Christian Pulisic has been at the forefront of the youth movement in American soccer, leading a group of players with Champions League experience that includes Tyler Adams, Sergio Dest, Weston McKennie, and Gio Reyna. McKennie made the roster despite a thigh injury, and his inclusion should give Berhalter a tactical advantage in the midfield, where McKennie, Adams, and Yunus Musah were crucial in the last two cup final victories over Mexico. Green’s other 2022 World Cup predictions can be found at SportsLine.

How to Make Picks for the 2022 World Cup

Green has set his best bets for the 2022 World Cup, as well as his top picks for each group. He has revealed the extent to which Mexico, England, and Portugal will advance in Qatar. He’s also identified a dark horse team with odds greater than 75-1 that has a chance to stun the world and win it all. They are only visible here.

So, who will win the 2022 World Cup? And which longshot has the potential to stun the soccer world? Check out the odds below, then head over to SportsLine to see Martin Green’s best bets for the 2022 World Cup, all from the proven soccer expert who has earned nearly $35,000 for $100 bettors over the past four seasons, and find out.

2022 World Cup odds 

  • Brazil +400 
  • France +600
  • Argentina +650
  • England +700
  • Spain +800
  • Germany +1000
  • Belgium +1200
  • Netherlands +1200
  • Portugal +1200
  • Denmark +2800
  • Croatia +5000
  • Uruguay +5000
  • Senegal +8000
  • Switzerland +8000
  • Mexico +10000
  • USA +10000
  • Poland +10000
  • Serbia +10000
  • Wales +10000
  • Ghana +15000
  • Ecuador +15000
  • Morocco +20000
  • Cameroon +25000
  • Canada +25000
  • Japan +25000
  • Qatar +25000
  • South Korea +25000
  • Tunisia +30000
  • Australia +40000
  • Costa Rica +50000
  • Iran +50000
  • Saudi Arabia +50000

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