World Cup 2022 – Malaysia betting tips, odds, preview and FREE bets with our favourite bookmakers
THE 2022 World Cup in Qatar is less than FIVE MONTHS away, with Gareth Southgate’s England aiming to win their first major title since 1966.
SafeBet looks at the latest betting odds, tips, predictions, and special offers ahead of the winter tournament, which begins in November.
With BK8 Malaysia, England is available at 13/2 to win the 2022 Qatar World Cup.
When and where exactly?
On Monday, November 21, Senegal and Holland will play their first match at the Al Thumama Stadium.
For the first 12 days of the competition, there will be four fixtures per day at 10am, 1pm, 4pm, and 7pm UK time.
The final group matches will be played at 3 p.m. and 7 p.m.
The tournament is being held in the Middle East for the first time, and domestic leagues will be paused to allow it to be played in cooler temperatures.
The final Premier League match will be played on November 13, leaving England’s players with only eight days to prepare for their first match against Iran.
In Spain, Germany, Italy, and France, the situation is similar.
The knockout stages begin on Saturday, December 3, with the final scheduled for December 18 at Doha’s Lusail Stadium.
Winner of the World Cup in 2022
Odds on Nova88
Brazil is 5/1, France is 11/2, England is 13/2, Spain is 15/2, Argentina is 8/1, Germany is 9/1, Belgium is 11/1, Portugal is 12/1, the Netherlands is 12/1, and Denmark is 30/1, Uruguay is 45/1, Croatia is 45/1, and Switzerland is 80/1.
Who are the frontrunners?
Five-time champions Brazil is currently the 5/1 favourite.
The South American heavyweights have not won the World Cup since 2002, but they have a strong squad that includes Neymar, Vinicius Junior, Alisson, and Richarlison.
Holders France are 11/2 favourites on Winbox and have Kylian Mbappe and Paul Pogba at their disposal to become only the third team in history to defend their title.
England has been getting closer to international success, reaching the semi-finals in Russia before losing on penalties to Italy at Euro 2020.
The Three Lions are priced at 13/2, while Spain and Argentina are priced at 15/2 and 8/1, respectively.
Champions of 2014 Germany is available at 9/1, ahead of Belgium (11/1), who will believe this is their final chance to win a World Cup with their golden generation.
Our prediction: England will win the World Cup: 13/2!
Winner of the Golden Boot
Odds from LuckyTown, Malaysia’s Top Online Casino
Harry Kane is 7/1, Kylian Mbappe is 8/1, Cristiano Ronaldo is 12/1, Karim Benzema is 14/1, Lionel Messi is 14/1, Romelu Lukaku is 16/1, Neymar is 18/1, Raheem Sterling is 20/1, Diogo Jota is 25/1, Memphis Depay is 25/1, and Vinicius Junior is 25/1.
Golden Boot winner England talisman Harry Kane leads the way at 7/1 with LuckyTown in the battle for the coveted Golden Boot.
Kane, 28, won the award at the 2018 World Cup after scoring six goals, and he could fill his boots against Iran and the United States in the group stages.
Kylian Mbappe is the next favourite at 8/1 after scoring 39 goals in 46 appearances for PSG last season.
He also has 27 goals in 57 games for France and could cause havoc in Group D against Tunisia and Australia.
It’s no surprise that Cristiano Ronaldo, the Portuguese superstar, is third in the betting at 12/1.
Despite Portugal’s elimination in the Round of 16, Ronaldo finished the European Championship as the top scorer with five goals.
Real Madrid’s rising star Karim Benzema, who continues to improve, is tied at 14/1 with Lionel Messi.
Romelu Lukaku (16/1), Neymar (18/1) and Raheem Sterling (20/1) are the next best bets, while Diogo Jota, Memphis Depay, and Vinicius Junior are all 25/1.
Our pick: Karim Benzema to win the Golden Boot at 14/1 with Empire777, Malaysia’s No.1 Bookmaker.