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Who will win the 2022 World Cup?

Brazil are the hot favorites to lift the trophy as the 2022 World Cup knockout stage continues in Qatar while France are coming in second given their long list of injuries. Visit our sportsbook to get the best World Cup markets and bonuses.

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Brazil's forward #20 Vinicius Junior celebrates scoring his team's first goal with Brazil's midfielder #07 Lucas Paqueta (C) and Brazil's forward #10 Neymar
Manan Vatsyayana / AFP

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Brazil (+175)

The five-time world champion comfortably beat stubborn European opponent, Serbia, before giving the first team a rest against Cameroon. After dropping a game to Cameroon to close out the group stage, Brazil put all the doubters to bed and destroyed South Korea 4-1.

The favorites took a 4-0 lead into the half and never looked back. They welcomed back their most important player Neymar for the knockout tie and he opened the scoring with a well-taken penalty. They are set to take on Croatia in the quarterfinal, with the European side taking out Japan on penalties.

Tite’s troops will definitely not be underestimating their opponent. For the last 16 years, Brazil has come to tournaments with hype before crashing out against European opponents in the knockout stages. The Round of 16 game was almost perfect as Brazil cut through South Korea with precision passing, sublime dribbling, and the sort of performance that can win trophies.

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France (+400)

The World Cup reigning champs allowed a last-minute goal to Poland’s Robert Lewandowski on Sunday, but it was hardly a blip in an otherwise dominant 3-1 victory for the French. They also lost their final match of the group stage but that was not a huge upset because, like Brazil, they managed to rest most of their starting players and have them fully fit for the knockout stages.

The majority of the French squad tasted success in lifting the World Cup four years ago in Russia, while many players are enjoying a great season with their clubs. That will likely give them the mental edge here, on top of the fact that they have some of the best attacking players in the world at their disposal.

They will next square off against England, one of the best teams at the World Cup but the road to the final is difficult and with the injury issues they are dealing with, we don’t expect them to go all the way. Yes, they have Kylian Mbappe but they need more than that in order to lift the trophy so we won’t include them in our soccer picks and parlays.

France's forward #10 Kylian Mbappe celebrates scoring his team's third goal during the Qatar 2022 World Cup round of 16
Andrej Isakovic / AFP

Argentina (+550)

An upset for the ages is how Argentina began their World Cup but they’ve had no trouble since. They ended the group stage with back-to-back wins and then knocked Australia out to set up a quarterfinal with the Netherlands.

In what is likely his final World Cup, Leo Messi has slowly grown into the tournament, but against Australia, he showed glimpses of why he is widely considered to be the best player in the world. They also have Julian Alvarez.

From being on the bench when Erling Haaland is fit at Manchester City to being the sidekick to Lionel Messi for Argentina at the World Cup, Alvarez is learning from the biggest stars in soccer. They have a crazy path to the trophy with the Netherlands next on target and potentially Brazil in the semis and we don’t fancy them to make it that far so if you’re betting online, avoid them.

England (+600)

As Group B winners, England played against Group A runners-up Senegal, but Southgate’s men had no issues bypassing the African champions, winning 3-0 in great fashion, despite a few under-par moments in the opening stages. Up next is reigning FIFA World Cup holders France, who have Kylian Mbappe firing on all cylinders, before Portugal or Morocco await in the semis.

England fans had grown frustrated with Gareth Southgate’s tactics, believing his style of football is too negative but that changed and England played more aggressively so far, but can they replicate their great performance against France?

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