Why Brazil Will Win Their Sixth World Cup in Qatar

The 2022 FIFA World Cup kicks off in a little over a month’s time when host nation Qatar welcomes South American minnows Ecuador to the Al Bayt Stadium in Al Khor. It is hardly the most eagerly anticipated fixture on the schedule, but it marks the start of a month-long football festival where the eventual winners get to call themselves world champions for the next four years.

Fans, pundits, and sports bettors worldwide are busy making predictions for the 2022 FIFA World Cup. Many of these predictions will lead to bets and wagers on how teams will perform in individual matches and across the tournament.

Virtually all bookies and sportsbooks will be running odds during the competition while offering enticing World Cup-related special offers and promotions. If you fancy a bet, it’ll be a good idea to check out a major bookmaker like Betonline. It’s easy to find a Betonline review that will give full details of how to get your hands on a welcome bonus or one of their daily promotional offers. There will be plenty of chances to bet on Asian handicaps in the 2022 World Cup tournament, too. 

The bookies have Brazil as the clear favorite for 2022 World Cup glory, followed by reigning champions France, Argentina, England, Spain, then Germany, with a substantial gap between the Germans and the chasing pack led by the Netherlands, Portugal, and Belgium. The smart money is going on Brazil to capture their sixth World Cup for reasons you are about to learn.

By RealMoneyGames – Steve Cross

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Brazil Thrives at the World Cup

There is a lot of pressure on players to perform at the FIFA World Cup, and the Brazilians seem to thrive under such pressure. The Brazilian players know they are carrying the weight of their country’s expectations on their shoulders, and they carry that burden with pride.

Brazil has qualified for all 22 World Cup tournaments since the inaugural event in 1930. They have reached the quarterfinals at 14 of those World Cups and seven finals, winning five of them. Only Germany comes close to matching the Brazilians’ World Cup pedigree, and they appear to be experiencing a transitional period. Based on history alone, you would expect Brazil to navigate their way to at least the quarterfinals stage, but this current crop of Brazilian players has more than history on their side.

It could be that it’s the England side that ultimately gives the Brazilians the most problems. Just the same as the bets you’ll be able to place on Brazil, there will be plenty of options to bet on England in the 2022 World Cup finals.

Brazil Has Lost Only Twice in 32 Fixtures

Form counts for a lot when it comes to tournament football, and the Brazilians are certainly in form. They have won seven consecutive fixtures and have only suffered defeat twice in their previous 32 games. Brazil lost 1-0 to Argentina on July 11, 2021, and one must go back to November 15, 2019, to find another loss. Ironically, that was also a 1-0 defeat at the hands of South American rivals Argentina.

One could argue that the quality of the opposition Brazil has faced during their unbeaten spell is lacking. That is true to some degree, but you can only beat what is in front of you. Brazil scored 26 goals and conceded only two during its recent seven-game winning streak.

Brazil is in Group G at the 2022 FIFA World Cup, facing Cameroon, Serbia, and Switzerland. It is challenging to see which of that trio will cause Brazil problems. Winning Group G sets up a clash against the runners-up of Group H, which means one of Ghana, Portugal, South Korea, or Uruguay. Again, which of those sides will Brazil fear? None of them is the answer.

Best Attacking Talent on the Planet

Brazilian teams are known for their dazzling dribbling skills and awe-inspiring attacking play, and this Brazilian team is no different, except it has elite-level players in all positions.

Head coach Tite must first choose between Alisson and Ederson in goal, a pair worth more than £200 million combined in today’s market. Thiago Silva and Marquinhos are rocks in central defense, while the midfield is shored up by the likes of Fabinho, Casemiro, and even Fred, the latter having come on in leaps and bounds in recent seasons.

Up front is where Brazil really shines. No other team has the attacking talents of Neymar, Richarlison, Gabriel Jesus, Antony, Raphinha, Roberto Firmino, and Vinicius Junior. That list of players is enough to frighten even the most hardy defenses in world football. You know that even if a team manages to breach the Brazilian defense, it is going to be almost impossible to prevent Brazil from scoring.

If you are looking for an outsider prop bet to make, consider backing Raphinha to be the player of the tournament. The hardworking, skillful winger got his dream move to FC Barcelona in the summer and has been a stand-out player for the Catalan team. He is a big game player who will light up Qatar with his unquestionable skill.


The name of Brazil is associated so firmly with the soccer World Cup that it’s hard to avoid the thought of the famous green and yellow colours holding the Jules Rimet trophy aloft. It definitely won’t be a surprise for any football fans if they do lift the trophy after the final game.

But nothing is certain in football, and the Brazilians won’t have it all their own way. Teams like England, Germany, France, Argentina, and others will make them fight hard.

For those of us following our country teams, there’s going to be lots of fun, some anguish at times, and hopefully some elation, too. Equally, there will be some good opportunities to make some cash with careful betting on games or outright winners.

Probably the best way to bet will be with Asian Handicaps where you’re betting on a team to either win or lose with no worry about the draw. But keep your eyes open for chances to place bets where you’re guaranteed a win, too.

Either way, win or lose with your bets, the football will be of the highest quality. Let’s hope for a classic World Cup with deserving victors after the final game of the tournament in December.

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