It’s difficult to predict the winner of the 2022 World Cup. The most recent Nations League clashes don’t always shed light on how each team at the FIFA tournament are going to perform, although there are some question marks over the leading European nations including France and England.

The French appear to be in disarray just a few weeks before they go to Qatar to defend their title although the bookmakers aren’t prepared to trade them at a particularly big price, while England also look underpriced despite some poor form which has seen them relegated from their Nations League group.

Brazil might well set the benchmark and they have strength in all areas, with Thiago Silva, Casemiro and Neymar providing lots of experience and they will operate in front of Alisson Becker, although there is more South American might in the form of Argentina and they will have Lionel Messi finally hoping to end his career with a World Cup win.

Spain and Germany could also go deep in the tournament, although the latter were recently beaten at home to Hungary before a 3-3 draw away to England, while the Spanish don’t always score enough goals to be regarded as a serious threat. Looking further down the betting order, Netherlands and Denmark are way better alternatives at a bigger price.


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