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World Cup Betting Odds: The Squawka followers’ wild World Cup predictions priced

We asked you for your wild 2022 World Cup predictions and you delivered.

From Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo scoring just two goals between them in the whole of the tournament to Harry Maguire being England’s hero and bringing football home with a 119th minute winner against Spain in the final.

Now it’s our turn to repay the favour and tell you the prices for some of your selections with the world’s top bookmakers.

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Argentina vs Portugal final


Lionel Messi vs Cristiano Ronaldo in the World Cup final in what would likely be both of their last tournaments. Can you imagine? I don’t think we would ever fully recover.

Argentina are currently 4/1 to reach their sixth World Cup final with Betfair, while Portugal, who have never gone past the semi-finals are 5/1 to go that one step further.

Harry Kane to win the Golden Boot

No player has ever won the World Cup Golden Boot on multiple occasions let alone in back-to-back tournaments, something that may be on Harry Kane’s mind going into the tournament.

The Tottenham striker is 7/1 favourite with Sky Bet to repeat his feat in Russia and put his name into the history books.

Dusan Vlahovic takes Serbia to the finals

Dusan Vlahovic has scored seven goals in just 14 games for Serbia, including four in eight World Cup qualifiers. Along with Aleksandar Mitrovic, Serbia have a strikeforce that at the time of writing this have scored an incredible 62 goals in 74 games for their club sides this term.

The Juventus man is currently best price 50/1 to win the Golden Boot with Paddy Power, while Serbia are also at 50s to make the final with Bet365.

An African side to reach the semi-finals

In the 92 years of World Cup football, only three African sides have ever reached the World Cup quarter-finals: Cameroon (1990), Senegal (2002) and Ghana (2010). But none of them have ever reached the semis.

With Paddy Power, Senegal (9/1) are the favourites to break that record in Qatar, while Morocco (16/1), Cameroon (25/1), Tunisia (33/1) and Ghana (40/1) are all much longer odds to make history.

Italy to win the World Cup

We don’t have odds or a time machine for this one unfortunately.