It is scheduled to takeThis will be the first staging of the competition in an Arab country.

The World Cup in Qatar will probably be one of the best ever, and the fans across the world can’t wait for this competition to start. Various oddsmakers, one of them being BetUS, claim that it already creates unreal traffic. Apart from the usual offer such as NBA, NHL, and NFL picks and odds, the World Cup section is already booming. 

Debates on which team has the biggest chance to take the title became much more intense since the group stage draw. A few countries stand above all the others, and we are going to present them in the next couple of paragraphs. 

Brazil

Even though they constantly keep on disappointing the fans, Selecao is atop of all the favorites’ lists. It appears that the bookies and the fans have a lot of trust in Neymar and the boys who lost last year’s Copa America finals at home. To make it even worse, the team that beat Brazil in that event was Argentina, their archenemy. 

Brazil was superb in the qualifiers, being the first team to clinch the spot for Qatar World Cup. Many hope to see Philippe Coutinho’s revival because with him and Neymar; this team has unlimited creativity in the midfield. 

Of course, players like Gabriel Jesus, Rafael Leao, Casemiro, etc., are among the best in the world in their positions, so it wouldn’t be odd to see Brazil going all the way now.

France

The reigning World champs have high hopes for this tournament. They aim to become the first team since Brazil in 1962 to defend the crown. And really, once looking at the French team, we see that they have all the players who were in the previous quest for the trophy and that all of them still play at the highest possible level.

Mbappe and Benzema are probably the best strikers in the world, Kante and Pogba are entering their prime, while the defense with Varane and other reliable players seems rock solid. 

On top of everything, Didier Deschamps is still the head coach of the national team, and that is the biggest plus for the Gauls. 

England

This is the biggest test for this English generation so far. Many believe that they have the quality to win the title, while others predict their harsh collapse, citing that each time England left Europe, they didn’t do anything. 

The debate about Albion’s power is one of the most intense in the football community, and no doubt, it will be interesting to see what they can do in Qatar World Cup.

Harry Kane, Harry Maguire, Phil Foden, this team has the potential, and its biggest strength is the ferocious counter-attack as we saw at the recent EURO, where they reached the finals. 

Spain

For many, Luis Enrique lacks one good striker for his team to be the top favorite for the World Cup title. 

Alvaro Morata struggles, and that is obvious, but on the other end, the midfield is without a doubt the best in the tournament. Youngsters like Pedri and Gabi are world-class, despite being teenagers, and it seems that Xavi and Iniesta have worthy successors. 

Spain is tactically the most equipped team right now, and no wonder why may see them as the strongest unit in Qatar. 

Argentina

The last dance for Lionel Messi at World Cups and his last chance to win the title. Argentina comes with a very strong team, formed of experienced players and several of those who are entering their prime like Dybala. 

Their stocks went up sharply following the victory at Copa America last summer, beating Brazil in their own house. Besides Messi and Dybala, this team has Di Maria, Lautaro Martinez, Nicolas Otamendi etc. 

Honorable mentions here are Belgium, with several superstars in its lineup, like De Bruyne, Lukaku, Hazard, and Germany, who craves to get back in the saddle following several disappointing results. 

If you think that you know who wins this year’s World Cup edition, look for the odds at BetUS and test your knowledge.

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