In Doha, the 22nd FIFA World Cup ฟุตบอลโลก will commence on November 1 with the match between the Senegal and the Netherlands. Following Costa Rica’s 1-0 victory over New Zealand in the qualifying match and their booking for the FIFA Men’s World Cup 2022, all 32 teams have qualified for the tournament. It will also be the last edition of tournament that features 32 teams as the next edition in 2026 will be a 48-team affair.
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The 2022 FIFA World Cup gets started Monday, November 21, from Qatar. Will France retain its title, or should you back Brazil, England, or Spain? Here is the most anticipated list of 2022 FIFA World Cup Odds:
|Team||World Cup Odds|
|Day||Match 1||Match 2||Match 3||Match 4|
|Monday-21 November 2022||Senegal Vs. Netherlands-10:00||England Vs. Iran-13:00||Qatar Vs. Ecuador-16:00||United States Of America Vs. Wales-19:00|
|Tuesday-22 November 2022||Saudi Arabia Vs. Argentina -10:00||Denmark Vs. Tunisia-13:00||Mexico Vs. Poland-16:00||France Vs. Australia-19:00|
|Wednesday-23 November 2022||Croatia Vs. Morocco -10:00||Germany Vs. Japan-13:00||Spain Vs. Costa Rica-16:00||Belgium Vs. Canada-19:00|
|Thursday-24 November 2022||Cameroon Vs. Switzerland -10:00||Uruguay Vs. Korea Republic-13:00||Portugal Vs. Ghana-16:00||Brazil Vs. Serbia-19:00|
|Friday-25 November 2022||Wales Vs. Iran-10:00||Qatar Vs. Senegal-13:00||Netherland Vs. Ecuador-16:00||England Vs. United States of America-19:00|
|Saturday-26 November 2022||Tunisia Vs. Australia-10:00||Saudi Arabia Vs. Poland -13:00||France Vs. Denmark-16:00||Argentina Vs. Mexico-19:00|
|Sunday-27 November 2022||Costa Rica Vs. Japan -10:00||Belgium Vs. Morocco-13:00||Croatia Vs. Canada-16:00||Spain Vs. Germany-19:00|
|Monday-28 November 2022||Serbia Vs. Cameroon -10:00||Korea Republic Vs. Ghana-13:00||Brazil Vs. Switzerland-16:00||Portugal Vs. Uruguay-19:00|
|Tuesday-29 November 2022||Ecuador Vs. Senegal-15:00||Netherlands Vs. Qatar-15:00||Iran Vs. United States of America-19:00||Wales Vs. England-19:00|
|Wednesday-30 November 2022||Australia Vs. Denmark-15:00||Tunisia Vs. France-15:00||Poland Vs. Argentina-19:00||Saudi Arabia Vs. Mexico-19:00|
|Thursday-1 December 2022||Canada Vs. Morocco-15:00||Croatia Vs. Belgium-15:00||Costa Rica Vs. Germany-19:00||Japan Vs. Spain-19:00|
|Friday-2 December 2022||Uruguay Vs. Ghana -15:00||Portugal Vs. Korean Republic -15:00||Brazil Vs. Cameroon -19:00||Serbia Vs. Switzerland-19:00|
|Saturday-3 December 2022||Group B Second Place Vs Group A Winner -15:00||Second Place Group D Vs. Winner Of Group C -19:00|
|Sunday-4 December 2022||Winner Of Group D Vs. Second Place Group C-15:00||Winner Of Group B Vs. Second Place Group A-19:00|
|Monday-5 December 2022||Winner Of Group E Vs. Second Place Group F-15:00||Winner Of Group G Vs. Second Place Group H-19:00|
|Tuesday-6 December 2022||Group F Winner Vs. Group E Second Place-15:00||Winner Of Group H Vs Second Place Group G-19:00|
|Friday-9 December 2022||Round Of Sixteen 5 Winner Vs. Round Of Sixteen 6 Winner-15:00||Round Of Sixteen 1 Winner Vs. Round Of Sixteen 2 Winner-19:00|
|Saturday-10 December 2022||Round Of Sixteen 8 Winner Vs. Round Of Sixteen 7 Winner -15:00||Round Of Sixteen 3 Winner Vs. Round Of Sixteen 4 Winner-19:00|
|Tuesday-13 December 2022||Quarter-Final 1 Winner Vs. Quarter Final 2 Winner-19:00|
|Wednesday-14 December 2022||Quarter-Final Winner 3 Vs. Quarter Final Winner 4|
|Saturday-17 December 2022||Loser (Semi-Final 2) Vs. Loser (Semi-Final 1)|
|Sunday-18 December 2022||Winner (Semi-Final 2) Vs. Winner (Semi-Final 1)|
Latest: As the nation of hosting nation, Qatar will receive an automatic bid and it will play in Group A of the all the Group Stage matches.
The nation will play matches in eight venues across five cities as part of their hosting duties.
Following the confirmation of Wales, Australia, and Costa Rica in Qatar, the FIFA World Cup field is all set.
France will be the defending World Cup champion, and they will face Denmark, Tunisia, and Australia in Group D. Despite this, Les Blues have been struggling recently, playing four games without a win, including a 2-1 loss against Denmark in the UEFA Nations League.