As well as the predictions below, our free downloadable guide features 40+ pages of detailed Qatar World Cup information, including projected probabilities for each team to win their group, as well as fair odds and probabilities for all 32 teams to win the tournament, plus projections for novelty markets such as which confederation will win the World Cup.
Upon download, you will also be signed up to receive further World Cup Matchup Predictions, Best Bets and Content throughout the entire tournament.
FIFA World Cup 2022 Tips
Dimers' 2022 World Cup predictions are here, with the entire tournament simulated over 10,000 times in order to find the most likely outcomes and the best betting value.
When modelling the FIFA World Cup, our team of analysts gathered data from 10+ years of international football matches, taking into account a number of factors including how a team has performed in the past, who their opponent is for the upcoming match, the players likely to be taking part in the match for both sides and whether or not the team has any home ground advantage in the upcoming fixture.
Using real tournament fixtures from the Qatar World Cup and a nation's possible path through the finals, Dimers' model starts by assigning a rating to every team in every match.
Based on these ratings, we calculate a probability for each team winning, losing or drawing a particular match (in the Group Stage) and winning or losing a particular match (in the Knockout Phase).
Using these probabilities, we then simulate the result of every match of the tournament 10,000 times.
Our World Cup simulator features projections for Brazil, Australia, France and every other team appearing in the 2022 World Cup, our downloadable guide is the ultimate resource for those following the 2022 version of the world's greatest sporting event.
World Cup Odds: Get the Best Betting Value
After a four year wait since the last World Cup, our highly anticipated World Cup 2022 predictor has arrived. With experts finding the outright winner hard to predict as usual, we have used trusted machine learning and data to determine just who is most likely to lift the FIFA World Cup Trophy in Qatar, with three teams projected as having a probability above 10%.
We feature predictions for the winner of the World Cup, as well as the best World Cup odds to ensure you do everything you can to enjoy a profitable World Cup in 2022.
With markets on the winner, making the semifinals, making the quarterfinals, and each team qualifying from their group, it's important to line up the fair odds in our free, downloadable report to the available 2022 World Cup odds when betting on the action this year.
2022 FIFA World Cup Groups
- Group A: Qatar, Ecuador, Senegal, Netherlands
- Group B: England, Iran, USA, Wales
- Group C: Argentina, Saudi Arabia, Mexico, Poland
- Group D: France, Denmark, Tunisia, Australia
- Group E: Spain, Germany, Japan, Costa Rica
- Group F: Belgium, Canada, Morocco, Croatia
- Group G: Brazil, Serbia, Switzerland, Cameroon
- Group H: Portugal, Ghana, Uruguay, South Korea
Last 10 FIFA World Cup Winners
- 2018: France
- 2014: Germany
- 2010: Spain
- 2006: Italy
- 2002: Brazil
- 1998: France
- 1994: Brazil
- 1990: Germany
- 1986: Argentina
- 1982: Italy
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) About World Cup 2022
When is the World Cup 2022?
The Qatar FIFA World Cup begins on Sunday, November 20, 2022, with the final to played on on Sunday, December 18, 2022 at 10:00am ET, in Qatar.
How to watch World Cup 2022 in the United States?
Matches of the 2022 FIFA World Cup will be broadcast on FOX and cable channel FS1, with live streaming available on the FOX Sports App.
Who is most likely to win the World Cup 2022?
Five time winners Brazil, with a 15.6% win probability, and reigning champions France, with an 11.6% win probability, are the two most likely nations to win the 2022 World Cup.
Who won the 2018 World Cup?
France won the 2018 World Cup, defeating Croatia 4-2 in the final. Les Bleus will now be looking to become the first team to win back-to-back World Cups since Brazil in 1958 and 1962.