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2022 FIFA World Cup Long-Shot Picks: Can Robert Lewandowski and Poland Make a Miracle Run in 2022?

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2022 FIFA World Cup Long Shot Picks: Can Robert Lewandowski & Poland Make a Miracle Run?
In this file photo taken on March 29, 2022 Poland’s forward Robert Lewandowski reacts during the FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022 qualifying football match Poland v Sweden at the Slaski Stadium in Chorzow, Poland.
Photo by Janek Skarzynski via AFP.

Brazil is the favourite to win the trophy, but the 2022 World Cup will also feature some underdogs that have qualified for the first-time in decades. Our top World Cup long-shot picks are shown here.

32 countries will be competing to determine who is the best footballing nation. Despite Brazil being the most popular betting country due to their talent, it doesn’t mean that soccer bettors don’t have options.

Our top picks for a World Cup winner are based on the odds offered by our top-rated betting sites (odds via [1xbet], PointsBet], and [1xbet]).

2022 World Cup Info

21 Nov — 18 Dec 2022 Qatar France

World Cup Longshot Picks

Sleepers and Values for the 2022 World Cup

Captain Robert Lewandowski, one of the most renowned strikers in the world and one of greatest Polish footballers ever to play the game, will be trying to bring Barcelona back to the top table of La Liga when the World Cup starts. To help his country at the start of the tournament, he will already have scored many goals during practice in the league campaign.

Goalkeeper Wojciech Szczesny from Juventus will be a formidable opponent for the Bialo–Czerwoni. Right-back Matty Cash changed his nationality to Poland in November. Under new head coach Steven Gerrard, he had a great season at Aston Villa and will help to strengthen the Polish defense.

It will be difficult to play in the same group with Argentina and Mexico. Three points against Saudi Arabia, and a win against one of two other teams could earn them a place in the group.

In 2018, the United States did not qualify for the World Cup. This year, the competition will see a lot of young players and the United States will be competing for the first time since 2014. Greg Berhalter, who was appointed to the squad in December 2018, is the new head coach. He has also won the CONCACAF Gold Cup 2021 with the team.

Group B will be fiercely contested with an England team at +700, ready to revenge their EURO 2020 defeat and a Welsh team that qualified for the World Cup for only the second time since 1958. Christian Pulisic from Chelsea, Weston McKennie of Juventus, and Giovanni Reyna of Dortmund will be the attacking forces. Fulham’s Antonee Robin and Sergino Dest, who are both from Barcelona, will keep the back off the attack, give the United States a strong chance to win a World Cup.

America has a lot of young talent. This should not be ignored.

Canada is faced with a decent Group F. They’ll have to face off against Belgium with world-class midfielders Kevin De Bruyne of Manchester City, captain Eden Hazard of Real Madrid, Youri Tielemans, Axel Witsel, and a hopefully rejuvenated Romelu Lukaku after his return to Inter Milan from Chelsea. Canada will need to fight a strong squad, so Alphonso Davies from Bayern Munich and his team at the back will have overtime.

Group F holds Morocco, who Canada should easily win by three points — and a younger Croatian squad that Canada could likely get at least one point from. If the 2022 Champions League has taught fans anything, it is that Luka Modric of Real Madrid is still a young talent. Canada’s counter-attack will focus on beating the Premier League’s midfielders Mateo Kovacic and Ivan Perisic, who are now facing off against each other.

Previous World Cup Winners

  • Brazil (+333) 1994
  • France (+700) 1998
  • Brazil (+700) 2002
  • Italy (+1000) 2006
  • Spain (+400) 2010
  • Germany (+550) 2014
  • France (+600) 2018

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FIFA World Cup longshot selections made 7/22/2022, 11:47 a.m. ET. ET.

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