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What Are Brazil’s Odds To Win The 2022 FIFA World Cup in Qatar

If you’ve been wondering recently, ‘What are Brazil’s odds to win the 2022 FIFA World Cup?’, then we have just the article for you!

We have the latest odds on Brazil winning the World Cup along with plenty of other bets that you can make on how the Brazilians will perform in the 2022 FIFA World Cup.


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Our odds makers have Brazil as the favourites in the World Cup winner betting market at odds of 4/1. This means that this Brazil side are the most likely of all the teams competing to win the 2022 FIFA World Cup.

Brazil manager Tite and his team are currently the top ranked nation in the FIFA world rankings. The last time this team competed in the FIFA World Cup was in 2018 when they were knocked out at the quarter-final stage by Belgium.

The current squad looks a lot stronger than the one from four years ago which is why this team are favoured to win the Qatar World Cup. Brazil also performed well in their last major tournament, the Copa America, when they got to the final before being narrowly beaten by Argentina 1-0 thanks to an Angel Di Maria strike.

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For those of you who don’t fancy this Brazil squad as much as our odds makers there are still plenty of bets that you can make on them. One of the most popular bets among punters is on the stage of elimination for each team.

In terms of Brazil’s stage of elimination odds there is one bet that really caught my eye. That is Brazil to be eliminated at the semi-final stage of this World Cup.

Why the semi-final stage? If Brazil win their group, which they are heavily favoured to do, their most likely semi-final opponent is Argentina. That makes 11/2 odds on a semi-final exit look really attractive here. The 7/1 odds on a runner-up spot also look quite big.

If you think that Brazil are not all they are cracked up to be then you can bet on them being knocked out in the quarter-finals at 11/4 odds or for the Brazilians to exit in the round of 16 at odds of 3/1.

Then there is also the chance that this Brazil team suffer a World Cup flop like Germany four years ago and fail to get out of their group. For those of you who reckon there’s a chance of Brazil having a World Cup shocker we have a Brazil group stage exit priced up at 6/1. You can check out our World Cup Group G preview here where we take a look at how Brazil will do in the group stages.

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The big name player on this Brazil team is without doubt Neymar who plays his club football for PSG in France. The Brazilian attacker has been lighting up European club football ever since he joined Barcelona in 2014.

At 30 years of age this might be the last time we see Neymar in his prime at the FIFA World Cup. Unlike recent World Cup appearances, Neymar will have plenty of talent around him in Qatar.

The second best player in this squad is Vinicius Jr who plays for Spain’s Real Madrid. ‘Vini’ as he is affectionately known by fans, is a rapid winger who was crucial in helping Real Madrid to Champions League glory earlier this year.

Some of the other likely starters on this team are Richarlison of Tottenham, Barcelona’s Raphinha and Casemiro of Man United.

With the amount of talent on this squad manager Tite will have incredible quality on his bench to call upon during the tournament. Proof of that is Arsenal forward Gabriel Jesus likely being among the Brazilian substitutes for this World Cup.

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Historically Brazil have dominated the FIFA World Cup. This country have more World Cup wins than any other nation with five World Cup titles to their credit.

Despite their historical dominance, Brazil are now 20 years without a World Cup victory with their last win coming back in 2002 at Korea/Japan’s World Cup.

Brazil’s fans will feel like this is the best opportunity that they’ve had in a long time to end the country’s wait for a World Cup trophy. With their current form and the odds makers installing them as favourites, this team has what it takes to go all the way in Qatar.

The nation’s best performance in the tournament since their last World Cup win was a semi-final appearance in 2014 where they were humiliated 7-1 on home soil by Germany.


Brazil are one of the form teams in international football going into this World Cup in Qatar. The team currently occupy top spot in the FIFA world rankings, and they are deserving of this spot given the incredible run of form they have been on lately.

The Brazilians went unbeaten in CONMEBOL’s World Cup qualifying with fourteen wins and three draws in their campaign. These results saw them top the South American qualifying table with six points separating them from second placed Argentina.

In their last six games they have won all six with an incredible +20 goal difference. To create this whopping goal difference they scored 22 goals, an average of over three per game, and only conceded two in total.

If Brazil can maintain their current run of form they will be hard to beat in Qatar and may well go on to record a sixth World Cup win.

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