World Cup Betting Tips
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World Cup Qualifying 2022

World Cup Betting

Reaching the 2022 World Cup in Qatar is the objective for every international side in the world. We’re halfway through the qualification process, and we’ll be looking into the big games of each section, and who could potentially secure their spot in Qatar. Here at Bet UK, we’ll have all of the latest betting markets, so you’ll never miss a fixture.

World Cup Daily Betting Tips

World Cup Daily Betting Tips

Following the start of the World Cup, you'll be able to find any daily betting tips for the tournament right here at Bet UK. With different tips for every game added below.

2022 World Cup Draw

Here are the Group stages for the 2022 World Cup attached with our online betting odds for each team to win the competition.

Group A

Team Odds to Win WC Odds to Win Group A Teams Hub
Netherlands 14/1 ½ Netherlands Hub
Senegal 100/1 22/5 Senegal Hub
Ecuador 150/1 5/1 Ecuador Hub
Qatar 300/1 11/1 Qatar Hub

Group B

Team Odds to Win WC Odds to Win Group A Teams Hub
England 13/2 27/100 England Hub
Wales 90/1 27/5 Wales Hub
USA 100/1 7/1 USA Hub
Iran 500/1 20/1 Iran Hub

Group C

Team Odds to Win WC Odds to Win Group A Teams Hub
Argentina 13/25 10/1 Argentina Hub
Mexico 4/1 100/1 Mexico Hub
Poland 22/5 90/1 Poland Hub
Saudi Arabia 17/1 500/1 Saudi Arabia Hub

Group D

Team Odds to Win WC Odds to Win Group A Teams Hub
France 13/2 7/20 France Hub
Denmark 30/1 17/5 Denmark Hub
Tunisia 300/1 13/1 Tunisia Hub
Australia 500/1 18/1 Australia Hub

Group E

Team Odds to Win WC Odds to Win Group A Teams Hub
Germany 10/1 27/25 Germany Hub
Spain 8/1 10/11 Spain Hub
Japan 150/1 11/1 Japan Hub
Costa Rica 750/1 60/1 Costa Rica Hub

Group F

Team Odds to Win WC Odds to Win Group A Teams Hub
Belgium 14/1 13/25 Belgium Hub
Croatia 66/1 29/10 Croatia Hub
Morocco 250/1 7/1 Morocco Hub
Canada 200/1 9/1 Canada Hub

Group G

Team Odds to Win WC Odds to Win Group A Teams Hub
Brazil 5/1 6/25 Brazil Hub
Switzerland 80/1 13/2 Switzerland Hub
Serbia 90/1 8/1 Serbia Hub
Cameroon 300/1 14/1 Cameroon Hub

Group H

Team Odds to Win WC Odds to Win Group A Teams Hub
Portugal 14/1 10/13 Portugal Hub
Uruguay 60/1 17/10 Uruguay Hub
Ghana 300/1 9/1 Ghana Hub
South Korea 400/1 11/1 South Korea Hub

World Cup Outright Winner betting odds

World Cup odds often give us a good indication of what to expect before the tournament, two of the last three tournaments have been won by the pre-tournament outright favourites (Spain in 2010, France in 2018). The exception was the 2014 World Cup, where Brazil were the outright favourites and ended their campaign with a dismal 7-1 defeat to eventual winners Germany.

Country Odds 2018 Performance
Brazil 5/1 Quarter-Finalist
France 13/2 Winners
England 13/2 4th Place
Spain 9/1 Failed to Qualify
Argentina 10/1 Round of 16
Germany 11/1 4th in Group Stage
Belgium 12/1 3rd Place
Netherlands 15/1 Failed to Qualify
Portugal 19/1 Round of 16

When you look back at the 2018 World Cup, it’s astonishing that three of the top ten nations didn’t even qualify. Alongside this, four out of the eight teams to make the final stages of the tournaments were outsiders. You can find 2018 finalists Croatia at 66/1 to win the competition this year. However, one outside element that has to be considered for the Qatar World Cup is the climate. A hot climate favours the likes of Brazil and Spain, which has contributed to their small odds.

Could world champions France reclaim their crown, or will we see a new king of the world?

More Betting Markets for the 2022 World Cup

Betting Market Current Favourite
Top Goalscorer Harry Kane (9/1)
Top Assister Kevin De Bruyne (11/1)
Group A Winner Netherlands (13/20)
Group B Winner England (27/100)
Group C Winner Argentina (13/25)
Group D Winner France (33/100)
Group E Winner Spain (1/1)
Group F Winner Belgium (13/25)
Group G Winner Brazil (6/25)
Group H Winner Portugal (10/13)

World Cup FAQs

Q. Where is the 2022 World Cup being held?

Qatar is hosting the 2022 Fifa World Cup.

Q. Who are the current world champions?

France are currently the world cup champions after a 4-2 victory over Croatia in the final of the 2018 World Cup.

Q. When will the 2022 World Cup take place?

Due to the hot weather in the summer, the 22nd running of the Fifa World Cup will be held between November 21st and December 18th 2022.

Q. How many teams will qualify for the 2022 World Cup?

There will be 32 teams from across the world that feature in the group stages for the World Cup. They will qualify as follows:

CAF (Africa) - 5

AFC (Asia) - 4 or 5 (not including Qatar as host nation)

UEFA (Europe) - 13

CONCACAF (North And Central America and the Caribbean) - 3 or 4

OFC (Oceania) - 0 or 1

CONMEBOL (South America) - 4 or 5

Q. How many stadiums will host the games?

Across the country of Qatar, eight stadiums will host the games of the World Cup. The capacity of these stadiums ranges from 40,000 - to 80,000.

Q. When will the final draw for the World Cup take place?

The final draw for the groups of the 2022 World Cup is scheduled to take place in April 2022.

Q. When will the World Cup Final take place?

The date of the 2022 World Cup final is December 18th.

Q. When does the World Cup start?

The tournament starts on November 21st, when the host nation Qatar will face the team seeded second in Group A for the first match of the World Cup 2022.

Q. Who has World Cup broadcasting rights in the UK?

BBC & ITV are the two broadcasting are the two agencies with media coverage for the world cup in Qatar.

World Cup Winners

Nation Number Of Wins Runner Up Years Years Won
Brazil 5 Wins 1950 & 1998 1958, 1962, 1970, 1994, 2002
Germany 4 Wins 1966, 1982, 1986, 2002 1954, 1974, 1990, 2014
Italy 4 Wins 1970, 1994 1934, 1938, 1982, 2006
Argentina 2 Wins 1930, 1990, 2014 1978, 1986
France 2 Wins 2006 1998, 2018
Uruguay 2 Wins None 1930, 1950
England 1 Win None 1996
Spain 1 Win None 2010

World Cup Statistics

Brazil are the only nation to have qualified for every World Cup.

Scotland have been eliminated in the first round eight times, more than any other side. Will that become nine in 2022?

Mexico have entered the world cup 16 times, more than any other side without a victory. They will have to defy 150/1 odds to put an end to that run.

Mexico have been eliminated in the round of 16 in seven successive World Cups, the longest consecutive result of all time. Will they make it 8-in-a-row in Qatar?

Miroslav Klose has scored the most goals in World Cups with a record-setting 16 goals between 2002 and 2014. The highest current scorer is Thomas Muller with 10.

Trinidad & Tobago are the only nation to have scored more own goals than goals. (1-0) Could Qatar join them in 2022?

2018 saw a record number of penalties in the tournament with 28. Will VAR see another record?