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FIFA World Cup 2022 Top 10 Contenders

FIFA World Cup 2022 will have 64 matches in 29 days. The matches of the first 16 teams will start on December 3 and the quarter-final matches will start on December 9. The semi-final matches will be held on December 14-15, while the tournament final will be held on December 18. Here we present the complete FIFA World Cup 2022 schedule.

Here we tell you how many matches will be played at which ground and how all the teams will progress in this tournament. A total of 64 matches will be played in seven stadiums in this tournament, on this page we are now sharing all the relevant details.

FIFA World Cup 2022 Power Rankings, Breakdown of Top 10 Contenders- FIFA 2022, and FIFA World Cup 2022 Betting Predictions are also shared here.
FIFA World Cup 2022 will start on November 20, 2022. A total of 64 matches will be played in this 29-day tournament, out of which 48 will be league matches.

The 16 teams that perform well here will advance to the next round between December 3 and 7.

All the teams are divided into eight groups and after the league match, the top two in each group will play quarter-final matches between the eight teams in the first 16 rounds. The semi-final matches will be held on December 14 and 15. The semi-final losers will meet for the third place on 17 December and the tournament final will be held on 18 December 2022.

FIFA World Cup 2022 Top 10 Contenders
FIFA World Cup 2022 Top 10 Contenders
  1. Brazil

Brazil has extended its lead over second-placed Belgium in the latest FIFA rankings released on 27 October 2022, taking the field as the top-ranked team at this year’s World Cup, which begins on November 20, 2022, in Qatar. Brazil had two wins in their preparations. Belgium lost to the Netherlands in one of their two matches in the Nations League, matches against Ghana and Tunisia in September.

  1. France

France will head into the 2022 World Cup in Qatar hungry to repeat the title they won in Russia four years ago. Their star-studded side will be confident of another good run at FIFA 2022 but should be wary of the recent trend of previous winners failing to get out of their group. After winning the FIFA Cup in 2018, France also won the UEFA Nations League in 2021 but was knocked out in the round of 16 at the late Euros. Didier Deschamps’ side goes into the FIFA 2022 World Cup having won just one of their last 6 matches and will be relying on their players when it matters most in Qatar.

  1. Argentina
    Argentina’s FIFA 2022 World Cup squad announcement is fast approaching and Lionel Scoloni has named his selection for the September internationals. Argentina will face Honduras and Jamaica in friendlies as they continue their preparations for the showpiece event in Qatar. Albiceleste will be 1 of the hot favorites to win the FIFA 2022 World Cup boasting 2021 Copa America winners Lionel Messi, Angel Di Maria, and Lautaro Martinez in their squad.
    2022 is going to be an important year for the game of football, the year of the Ice World Cup but something a little different. The World Cup will be held in Qatar and due to extremely hot weather, it will be held from 20 November 2022 to 18 December 2022. Yes, FIFA World Cup 2022 Final is one week before Christmas! Can France retain the trophy they won 4 years ago? It’s not just a big football tournament for the participating countries, but for those who want to gamble on the results.

On this page, we will help you with your expectations. It includes information on how to predict game results and plenty of FIFA World Cup 2022 statistics. It is going to be the most exciting end to the football year ever so watch the live matches in your country according to the FIFA World Cup 2022 schedule that you can check in our previous posts.

  • Brazil – 4/1
  • France – 6/1
  • England – 13/2
  • Argentina – 7/1
  • Spain – 8/1
  • Germany – 9/1
  • Netherlands – 12/1
  • Belgium – 14/1
  • Portugal – 16/1
  • Denmark – 28/1
  • Uruguay – 40/1

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