The FIFA 2022 World Cup Is Around The Corner. Which Teams Will You Bet On
The FIFA 2022 World Cup Is Around The Corner. Which Teams Will You Bet On
The FIFA 2022 World Cup Is Around The Corner. Which Teams Will You Bet On



The 2022 FIFA World Cup will be the 22nd edition of the FIFA World Cup, the quadrennial international men’s football championship contested by the senior national teams of FIFA member associations. From November 20 to December 18, 2022, it will be held in Qatar.


This will be the first World Cup held in the Arab world and the second World Cup held entirely in Asia, following the tournament in South Korea and Japan in 2002. This tournament will also be the last with only 32 teams. The next tournament, which will take place in the United States, Mexico, and Canada in 2026, will feature 48 teams.


Due to Qatar’s intense summer heat and humidity, the World Cup will be held from late November to mid-December, making it the first tournament not to be held in May, June, or July and to be held in the northern autumn; it will be played over a shorter timeframe of around 29 days. The first match will be played between Qatar and Ecuador at Al Bayt Stadium in Al Khor ( Group A ). 


The final is scheduled for December 18, 2022, which also happens to be Qatar National Day. France are the reigning World Cup champion.


Soccer Betting Tips

So which teams will you bet on? Winning at soccer betting requires research, practice, and careful calculations.


Before you place your bet, you should be aware of all the game’s details, including the team you intend to bet on and the opponents. There are several factors you should consider, including;


What are the teams’ current results?


How are their defense and attack working?


The total number of injuries


Do they ever strike it lucky?


These are good considerations that will help any player identify mediocre games and profit from them by placing bets accordingly.


To be successful at soccer betting, watch as many live games as possible. It’s a great tip for winning more money on soccer bets. All of the strategic tips are simple but crucial if you want to make money from sports betting. It is a strategy that will help you generate consistent profits over time.

Another soccer betting tip is to follow Soccer Prediction Sites ( Tipsers ) like the example shown below.

World Cup group predictions ( Note: This is an example, not accurate predictions )

Fifa 2022 world cup group stage


Group A

Qatar, Ecuador, Senegal, and the Netherlands

This is the group that everyone outside the first seeds wanted, with Qatar being the top-seeded side in this pool. That works out well for the Netherlands, who get to avoid the favorites, and they are now firm favorites to win this group.


It’s also not the worst draw for the hosts, who will kick off the tournament against Ecuador. However, they are unlikely to advance from this group ahead of African champions Senegal.


Group winners: Netherlands


Second-place: Senegal

Group B


England, Iran, the USA, and Wales

There’s no getting around the big talking point in this group, with England facing off against Wales in their final group game. The Welsh have made it out of the group at the previous two European Championships, so they’ll put up a fight for the last 16 in Group B.


In landing the USA, England has avoided some big names, with this one likely to shape up as a race between the US and Wales for second behind England. Iran rounds off the group, and they troubled both Portugal and Spain in 2018, but they’re more likely to trouble the US than England this time around.

Group winners: England


Second-place: USA

Group C


Argentina, Saudi Arabia, Mexico, and Poland

This lineup feels like a peak World Cup group. Argentina rarely seems to get tested in the first round of the competition, while Saudi Arabia is a consistent qualifier but rarely manages more than that. Mexico always finds a way to their customary last 16 exit, and Poland consistently underperforms at major tournaments.


This appears to be a straight fight for second place behind Argentina, with Mexico my pick to beat Poland to the last 16.

Group winners: Argentina


Second-place: Mexico

Group D


France, UAE, Australia, Peru, Denmark, Tunisia

It’s hard to see Tunisia or any of the three sides from the first intercontinental playoff matching the top two in this group. While four of the last five World Cup winners have gone out at the group stage, it is tough to see that curse continuing.


That leaves France battling Denmark for the top spot, with the French my choice to claim first place.

Group winners: France


Second-place: Denmark

Group E


Spain, New Zealand, Costa Rica, Germany, Japan

Japan ran Belgium close in 2018, and they should be tricky opponents for both Spain and Germany in Group E. However, it’s hard to ignore the battle between the 2010 and 2014 winners, who are both looking to recover from underwhelming showings four years ago.


While Spain were seeded and are the favorites to top the group, Germany’s rebuild looks really impressive, and I’d side with them to shut down a Spanish side that lacks a proven goalscorer.

Group winner: Germany


Second-place: Spain

Group F


Belgium, Canada, Morocco, Croatia

This is Belgium’s final crack at the World Cup with their “golden generation,” so landing 2018 finalists Croatia isn’t exactly ideal. However, Croatia’s golden generation is even further along than the Red Devils, so this could be the tournament where their creaking side falls short.


This is actually a good group for a Canadian team that has made great strides in recent years. The Canadians had the best record in North American qualifying, and they look like a great outside bet for the last 16.

Group winners: Belgium


Second-place: Canada

Group G


Brazil, Serbia, Switzerland, Cameroon


This is the closest we get to a heavyweight group, but tournament favorites Brazil look to be a cut above. The dramatic fashion in which Cameroon qualified caught a lot of attention, but they may not be able to match Brazil or two talented European sides.


Serbia and Switzerland are the teams responsible for Portugal and Italy ending up in the playoffs, so they should be taken seriously. Given the attacking talent they can call upon, back Serbia to edge out the Swiss and join Brazil in the last 16.


Group winners: Brazil


Second-place: Serbia

Group H


Portugal, Ghana, Uruguay, and South Korea


Uruguay are a side in transition, which could allow both Ghana and South Korea the chance to pip them into the knockout round. However, the South Americans have happy memories of Portugal beating them in the last 16 in 2018.


Despite that, none of these three sides are likely to stop Portugal from making the last 16.

Group winners: Portugal


Second-place: South Korea

By following these tips, hopefully, you will be able to win more bets and make money from soccer betting.

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