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

If you’ve found yourself wondering recently, ‘What are England’s odds to win the 2022 World Cup?’, then this is the article is for you!

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


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The Latest Odds On England Winning The 2022 FIFA World Cup

Our odds makers have England as the 4th favourites in the World Cup winner betting market at odds of 7/1. That position in the market is a massive endorsement of the Three Lions’ hopes for World Cup glory this winter.

Gareth Southgate and his England team have been very impressive in their last two major tournament appearances. The last time the FIFA World Cup was played was in 2018 when England went all the way to the semi-final before they were narrowly beaten by Croatia in extra-time.

This squad were so close to a World Cup final spot four years ago and they will aim to go one better this time around. They will face stiff competition in their quest for the FIFA World Cup trophy with Brazil and Argentina both in fantastic form. Reigning champions France have every chance of repeating as champions too.

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England World Cup Elimination Stage Odds

If you aren’t so confident that the Three Lions will win this tournament, then there are still plenty of bets that you can make. We have loads of other markets to bet on for this World Cup including the stage of elimination for each team.

One of the best bets out of all these is England to reach the semi-finals at odds of 6/4. The way the tournament draw sets up for England is quite generous. If they win their group, then they should have a relatively easy round of 16 game against the runner-up in Group A. This would leave them just one game away from a World Cup semi-final spot.

If you don’t think that England will reach the semi-finals, then you can bet on them being eliminated at the quarter-finals stage at odds of 2/1 or they are 11/4 to be knocked out in the round of 16. Their most likely quarter-final opponent is France based on both tournament odds and the world rankings.

For those of you who would love to see this World Cup campaign end in a catastrophe for Gareth Southgate’s team then there is the option of betting on England not getting out of their group at 7/1 odds. The Three Lions have been drawn in Group B for this World Cup with USA, Wales and Iran. You can check out our World Cup Group B preview and predictions here.

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England’s Star Players

The star of this England team is of course their world class striker Harry Kane. The England number nine has been one of the best forwards in football over the last few years as he has racked up countless goals with both Spurs and England.

Kane has been in great form once again this season as he ranks second in goals scored in the Premier League, with nine, behind only Man City’s Erling Haaland. In midfield England will have Borussia Dortmund’s Jude Bellingham and Man City star Phil Foden pulling the strings. With the two young talented midfielders England should do well in this part of the pitch throughout the tournament.

Jordan Pickford has been the team’s starting goalkeeper for almost five years now and he will continue as starter for the Three Lions in this tournament. We also know that the full back spots on the team will almost definitely be filled by Newcastle’s Kieran Trippier and Man United’s Luke Shaw.

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How Many Times Have England Won The World Cup?

England have won the FIFA World Cup once. That tournament victory came back in 1966 when they beat West Germany 4-2 in the final.

It has now been 56 years since this proud footballing nation have won the sport’s ultimate prize. The closest the Three Lions have come since is two semi-final appearances in 1990 and 2018. With England installed as fourth favourites heading into the 2022 World Cup this will be the best chance that they’ve had in a long time to win the trophy for a second time.

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What is England’s Form Like Going Into The Qatar 2022 FIFA World Cup?

Gareth Southgate’s side have been struggling for form in recent international fixtures. England are without a win in their last six games played. From those six games they have recorded three draws and three losses including a shock 4-0 loss to Hungary earlier in the year.

This run of results gives England supporters cause for concern going into the 2022 World Cup. On the positive side, Southgate’s team were impressive in their qualifying campaign for Qatar’s World Cup as they breezed through their ten qualifying games unbeaten. This team will need a return to that level of form we saw from them in qualifying if they are to end their long World Cup wait this December.

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