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Who Is Most Likely to Win the World Cup in 2022?

Qualifiers are over, friendlies are done, and the next thing that international teams will be doing in 2022 is heading over to Qatar to take part in the World Cup. As is the case every time, lots of nations feel as though they are going to win, but there will only be one winner

who lifts that trophy at the end of the final in December. So, who will it be? As is always the case, it’s impossible to know, but some teams are certainly looking a lot more likely than others. Throughout this article, we are going to talk in more detail about which team is most likely going to win the world cup in 2022.

France

When you have a look at the odds on the likes of the Unibet sportsbook, France is always one of the highest-ranking teams. This is likely due to the fact they are entering this tournament after winning it for the second time and seem to have a team this tournament

that appears even stronger. The likes of Mbappe, Lloris, and Pogba all make this French side heading into the world cup a force to be reckoned with and, as such, they find themselves as one of the favorites to win.

England

The England team has been getting better and better in the past few major tournaments. They managed to get to the semi-finals of the World Cup in 2018 and the final of the Euros in 2020 and, as such, a lot of people out there think that this might just be England’s chance of winning. Under the leadership of Harry Kane and the management of Gareth Southgate, this promising England side certainly isn’t one to rule out. In their last few games against the likes of Hungary and Germany, they haven’t looked too strong, but all will be revealed when they set foot on that pitch in Qatar in November.

Brazil

Brazil is one of the most successful countries in the world when it comes to the World Cup, and they may well just be ready to take another stab at it. They have been playing excellent recently, with the likes of Neymar shining for them, and looking stronger than ever. Not only that, but Fabinho and Jesus have been playing well recently for their respective clubs, so there is hope they will offer the same level of quality on an international scale. Brazil currently stands at number 1 in the FIFA world rankings.

Conclusion

The world cup is every football fan's dream and, though, for most people, the tournament comes shrouded with heartache, for one lucky country every year, they can celebrate and bask in the glory of lifting that trophy. With the Qatar World Cup only round the corner,

people everywhere are getting their kits ready and growing more and more excited to see who will be crowned victors this time around. It’s anyone’s game but as it stands, some of the favorites are England, Brazil, and France.