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Brazil opens as favorites to win the World Cup 2022 in Qatar

Sportsbooks has named Brazil as the team to win the 2022 World Cup in Qatar, with France, England and Spain as the leading contenders.

After the draw was announced on Friday, Caesars Sportsbook opened Brazil as the favorite with a score of 5-1. It was followed by France at 11-2, followed by England with a score of 6-1 and Spain with a score of 15-2.

The United States is an 80-1 long shot. Mexico is 100-1 at Caesars Sportsbook.

USMNT is placed in Group B along with England, IR Iran and the winner of the last remaining playoff in Europe. Scotland or Ukraine will face Wales in June for Europe’s final place at the World Cup. The US will face the winner of the playoff in the opening match of the World Cup on November 21, before facing England on November 21 and IR Iran on November 29.

He opened with a -400 favorite to win the group with the next USMNT at 6-1.

The odds of winning the 2022 World Cup have been increasing for years, and bookmakers in the US are facing significant responsibility for the Americans. According to assistant director of trading Adam Pullen, Caesars Sportsbook’s responsibility for the USMNT winning the World Cup has reached seven figures. It will also grow, Pullen added.

“Usually the US and Mexico are the teams where, if they win, we’re in big trouble,” Pullen said. “The responsibility will lie there, and as bookies we wouldn’t want them to win, but as patriotic Americans it would be great to see them go this far. I didn’t know patriotism would take them.” as much as it takes for me. omit a large amount of liability.”

Other top contenders, by Caesars odds, include: Germany (10-1) and Argentina (11-1). Belgium and Portugal each with a score of 12-1.

Costa Rica, which beat the US 2-0 in qualifying this week, are the biggest long-shot team, listed 1,500-1 on Caesars Sportsbook.

https://www.espn.com/chalk/story/_/id/33647796/brazil-opens-favorites-win-2022-world-cup-qatar Brazil opens as favorites to win the World Cup 2022 in Qatar

Luke Plunkett

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