World Cup 2022 odds: Lines for remaining teams to win title in Qatar

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World Cup 2022 is in the knockout stage after some exciting matches and huge upsets in the group stage. The underdogs barked in group play, but can they hold on to the Round of 16?

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Five-time champions Brazil remain the bets’ favorite as the knockout round begins. The odds of Brazil winning everything are +200 in FOX Bet ($10 bet to win a total of $30) after hitting +300 at the start of the tournament.

Argentina is the second favorite at +400. Can Lionel Messi lead in his last World Cup?

France is third with a score of +500 with Spain at +600.

The United States advanced to the knockout stage at +10,000 to lift the trophy but the USMNT was eliminated by the Netherlands.

Highlights between the Netherlands and the United States

Highlights between the Netherlands and the United States

The Netherlands and the United States qualified in the knockout stages of the FIFA World Cup.

Cristiano Ronaldo and Portugal’s odds are currently +1100 to win it all. Can Ronaldo cement his place in history by taking a deep tour of Qatar?

Four-time World Cup champions Germany were sent home after failing to get out of the group stage.

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Japan was at +30,000 heading into the group stage final against Spain. After beating Spain 2-1 to win Group E, Japan’s odds dropped to +5000.

Considering another long shot? Morocco started the tournament at +25,000 but moved to +9,000 ($10 bet to win a total of $910) after winning the sixth set.

Let’s dive into all the action by looking at updated odds for the World Cup squads that are still alive in the tournament (With all odds via FOX Bet).

Odds of winning the 2022 World Cup *

Brazil: +200 (Bet $10 to win a total of $30)
Argentina: +400 (Bet $10 to win a total of $50)
France: +500 (Bet $10 to win a total of $60)
Spain: +600 (Bet $10 to win a total of $70)
England: +800 (Bet $10 to win a total of $90)
Portugal: +1100 (Bet $10 to win a total of $120)
Holland: +1200 (Bet $10 to win a total of $130)
Croatia: +3300 (Bet $10 to win a total of $340)
Japan: +5000 (Bet $10 to win a total of $510)
Switzerland: +6000 (Bet $10 to win a total of $610)
Morocco: +9000 (Bet $10 to win a total of $910)
Senegal: +12500 (Bet $10 to win a total of $1,260)
South Korea: +15000 (Bet $10 to win a total of $1,510)
Poland: +20000 (Bet $10 to win a total of $2,010)

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*Possibilities as of 1⅔/2022

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So, which team would you bet on winning it all? As always, be sure to head over to FOX Pete to make your bets.

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