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World Cup 2022: Latest odds to win the tournament

Get the latest World Cup 2022 odds ahead of the Dec. 18 World Cup Final between France and Argentina.

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There are only two teams left in the World Cup, with France (+180) leading the way, with Lionel Messi’s Argentina underdogs to win the crown at +185.

Disclaimer: The 2022 World Cup is now over, with you next being able to bet in the tournament when it comes to the USA, Mexico and Canada in 2026.

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There are only two teams left in the World Cup, with France (+180) leading the way, with Lionel Messi’s Argentina underdogs to win the crown at +185

World Cup 2022 Odds

Odds courtesy of BetMGM. Correct at time of publishing and subject to change.

Team
France
Odds
+180
Team
Argentina
Odds
+185

World Cup 2022 Odds: Betting Favorites

France +180

Les Bleus are the reigning champions following their 4-2 win over Croatia in the 2018 final, with Didier Deschamps’ side boasting the best squad out of any side left at the tournament.

They boast stars such as Kylian Mbappe, Ousmane Dembele, Hugo Lloris and Raphael Varane, all players that were part of the squad that won in 2018.

France knows exactly what it needs to win the tournament, and are now so close to doing so.

France’s main main, Mbappe, will have a lot of pressure on his shoulders to lead his side to victory in Qatar once again, with his current form so far this tournament, five goals and two assists, showing that he’s ready to do so.

They beat England 2-1 last week to put themselves in the semi-finals, with a 2-0 win over Morocco now pitting them against Argentina in the final.

They’re slight favorites to claim the title and go back-to-back at +170, with the bookies siding with Les Bleus over Argentina given the strength of their squad.

The likes of Mbappe, Giroud, and particularly Antoine Griezmann, have been on top form so far this tournament, with France set to turn to the trio in the final as they look to become just the second team to win back-to-back World Cups.

Mbappe has the chance to continue growing his legend by eliminating the greatest soccer player of all time. He’s already on the fast path to superstardom, but being victorious Sunday will make him a household name across the globe if he isn’t already.

Argentina +185

Argentina became the first team to make the final after their 3-0 win over Croatia, with the Albiceleste now up against France in the final.

This has mainly been down to the fact they possess Lionel Messi, a player that is the greatest of all time in many people’s eyes, with the 35-year-old’s form this season proving that age is just a number.

The former Barcelona man managed 26 goals and assists in 17 games in all competitions for PSG, with Messi maintaining this form throughout the tournament, scoring five and assisting three so far to put himself favorite for the Golden Boot.

Argentina came ever-so-close to glory back in 2014, taking Germany all the way to the last few minutes of extra time, where Argentina went down to a heartbreaking goal from Mario Gotze.

They now get another chance to claim their first title since 1986 given they’re in the final, with either France now awaiting them.

They’re slight underdogs going into the game given France have a better squad than them overall, however Argentina have shown that they have the tactics and know-how to navigate the game and secure the win.

They’re obviously be relying on Messi to come good in the final and win them just their second international trophy since the 90′s, with big performances from Julian Alvarez and Emiliano Martinez needed also.

In what will be Messi’s final game on soccer’s biggest stage, it’s not an overstatement to say the World Cup Final will be the most important and publicized game of his illustrious and legendary career.

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