The biggest professional football tournament, the FIFA World Cup, is just around the corner, and millions of fans cannot wait to see their favorite players on the most incredible football field. As we all know, the FIFA World Cup 2022 kicks off on the 21st of November and will last until the 18th of December. This time around, Qatar is the host.

We also know that matches will be played in five cities in eight venues, including the Ahmad Bin Ali Stadium, Al Thumama Stadium, Al Janoub Stadium, Education City Stadium, Khalifa International Stadium, Lusail Stadium, Stadium 974, and Ras Abu Aboud Stadium. All thirty-two teams that will be competing are already known.

FIFA World Cup 2022 – Thirty-Two Participating National Teams

The first match between Senegal and Ecuarod in Group A will be played on the 21st of November. That same day, Senegal and Netherlands, also from Group A, will play their first match. This and all other games will be covered by all sports betting sites, including WynnBET Sportsbook, whose detailed review you can check at

On the 25th of November, Qatar and Senegal meet on the field, and that same day Ecuador and Netherlands play their first match. Group B includes Wales, the United States, Iran, and England. Iran and England play their first match also on the 21st of November. The first match between Wales and the United States will also be played on the 21st of November. Four days later, Wales plays against Iran while the US team meets the national team of England.

Group C consists of Poland, Mexico, Saudi Arabia, and Argentina. Saudi Arabia plays against Argentina, while the Polish national team meets the Mexican team on the 22nd of November. On the 26th of November, Saudi Arabia plays against Poland while Argentina meets Mexico. The very first match between Tunisia and Denmark from Group D is played on the 22nd of November. That same day, France plays with the AFC-CONMENOL winner.

In Group E, we have Japan, Spain, Germany, and the CONCACAF-OFC winner. Germany and Japan play their first match on the 23rd of November. That same day, Spain plays against the CONCACAF-OFC winner. Group F consists of Belgium, Canada, Morocco, and Croatia, and the first matches in this group are played on the 23rd of November. Group G includes Brazil, Serbia, Switzerland, and Cameroon, while Group H consists of Portugal, Ghana, Uruguay, and South Korea.

Favorites to Win

According to this official report by FIFA, over 200,000 spectators are expected to attend the biggest football event. All fans have their favorites to win, and while all teams have the same chance to win, some teams are still ahead based on their past performances and other factors. Brazil is the most dominant team in its group and one of the favorites to win the title. In Group A, the national squad Netherlands is expected to come on top since it has two relatively easy opening matches.

Argentina is also expected to come out on top in its group. In Group B, England is expected to come out on top, while in group D, the ultimate favorite is the national team of France that we all know won the FIFA World Cup 2018 title. In group E and Group F, Spain and Belgium are listed as favorites, while Portugal is expected to come on top in its group. According to most sports betting sites, the ten teams with the best winning odds are Brazil, France, England, Spain, Germany, Argentina, Belgium, Netherlands, Portugal, and Denmark.