Outright Odds

England odds: To win 2022 World Cup, how far will they go, top scorer and more

By Dean Smith

England outright world cup odds

Published: 16:27, 3 August 2022 | Updated: 17:52, 9 August 2022

England will be looking to end 56 years of hurt when they travel to the 2022 World Cup this winter, still awaiting their first tournament win since 1966.

The Three Lions went agonisingly close to winning Euro 2020 last summer, making it all the way to the final at Wembley but the dream was not meant to be as Italy emerged victorious after a penalty shootout. Nevertheless, it was another positive step for an England side that have made themselves regulars at the latter stages of international tournaments in recent years.

It’s a testament to the work Gareth Southgate has done and continues to do that England are genuinely among the favourites to win the 2022 World Cup, not just backed by passion. With the likes of Harry Kane, Declan Rice and Trent Alexander-Arnold, England have a lot of quality in their team and they are making it count.

But they still have that final hurdle to overcome. Can they do it in Qatar?

England to win 2022 World Cup odds

You can find England at 6/1 to win the tournament this winter.

Although England are usually among the favourites to win major tournaments, it is often as fans put on hopeful bets rather than expecting the Three Lions to go all the way. But now they are serious contenders and, if given a favourable group and path to the final, there’s nothing saying England cannot win the World Cup.

2022 World Cup favourites

Nation Sky Bet Paddy Power 888 Sport   Nation Sky  Bet Paddy Power 888 Sport
Brazil 9/2 5/1 5/1   Poland 100/1 100/1 100/1
France 11/2 11/2 11/2   Serbia 100/1 100/1 100/1
England 6/1 13/2 13/2   USA 100/1 100/1 100/1
Argentina 15/2 13/2 13/2   Australia 500/1 425/1 400/1
Spain 15/2 15/2 15/2   Ecuador 150/1 125/1 125/1
Germany 9/1 9/1 9/1   Cameroon 200/1 250/1 250/1
Belgium 14/1 11/1 11/1   Japan 250/1 250/1 250/1
Netherlands 12/1 12/1 12/1   South Korea 250/1 250/1 250/1
Portugal 14/1 12/1 12/1   Tunisia 500/1 425/1 400/1
Denmark 28/1 30/1 30/1   Ghana 250/1 250/1 250/1
Croatia 66/1 45/1 45/1   Morocco 250/1 200/1 200/1
Uruguay 40/1 45/1 45/1   Canada 250/1 200/1 200/1
Senegal 80/1 100/1 100/1   Iran 500/1 500/1 500/1
Switzerland 66/1 80/1 80/1   Qatar 500/1 250/1 250/1
Wales 100/1 150/1 150/1   Saudi Arabia 750/1 500/1 500/1
Mexico 100/1 100/1 100/1   Costa Rica 750/1 500/1 500/1
You have to be 18+ to gamble. All odds within this article are accurate at the time of writing (17:45, 09/08/2022).BeGambleAware.

As expected, England cruised through to the World Cup, finishing top of their qualifying group unbeaten. The Three Lions won eight of their 10 matches to finish six points clear of second-placed Poland, only dropping points against the runners-up and Hungary. It was the third consecutive World Cup qualifying campaign that England had finished unbeaten, having an identical record in 2018.

England’s potential path to 2022 World Cup final

As the fifth-best team in the world by FIFA’s rankings, England were place in Pot 1 for the World Cup group stage draw and were the second name out of the hat (after hosts Qatar).

The Three Lions side were placed in Group B and later joined by USA, Iran and the winner of the European play-off — one of Scotland/Wales/Ukraine.

England kick off their World Cup group stage on the opening day of the tournament against Iran, before games against USA and then Wales (who won the European play-off). The games will be split between Al Rayyan and Al Khor.


Sky Bet welcome offer: How to get £30 in free bets

It's a good time to sign up to Sky Bet. Not only have they upped the free bets on offer from £20 to £30, but the minimum stake is just 5p. To put this another, qualifying readers* will earn £30 from just a 5p wager. You can follow THIS LINK to claim, or click the image below.

*New customers only. First single & E/W bet only. 5pm minimum stake. 3x £10 bet tokens. Free bet stakes not included in returns. Free bets exclude virtuals. Free bets are not withdrawable. No free bet expiry. Eligibility restrictions and further Ts&Cs apply. 18+ only. begambleaware.org


England 2022 World Cup group stage fixtures

21 November 2022: England vs Iran (1pm UK time)

25 November 2022: England vs USA (7pm UK time)

29 November 2022: Wales vs England (7pm UK time)

If England win Group B

  • If England were to win Group B, this would be their route through to the final, with no complications as only the top two sides go through.
  • Last 16: The runners-up of Group A, which consists of Qatar, Ecuador, Senegal and Netherlands, in Al Khor on 4th December.
  • Quarter-finals: The winner of Match 52, which is played between the winner of Group D (France, Denmark, Tunisia and Australia) and the Group C runners-up (Argentina, Saudi Arabia, Mexico and Poland)
  • Semi-finals: The winner of Match 60 which will include one of the Group F or Group H winners, or runners-up from Group E or G. Involved in these groups are the likes of Spain, Germany, Belgium, Canada, Brazil, Cameroon, Portugal and Uruguay.

If England qualify from Group B

  • If England finish second in Group B, they will go to the other side of the bracket.
  • Last 16: The winners of Group A in Al Rayyan on 3rd December.
  • Quarter-finals: The winner of Match 50, played between Group C winners and Group D runners-up.
  • Semi-finals: The winner of Match 58, which could include the Group E or G winners, or runners-up from Group F or H.

As mentioned, England made it to the World Cup semi-finals in 2018 before losing to Croatia, their best finish since 1990 when they also bowed out at the final four. It was a big improvement from the 2014 World Cup when England finished bottom of their group, but that could be used as more motivation for Three Lions fans.

In 1958, England bowed out at the group stages in Sweden without a win, drawing three and losing one of their four matches. Eight years, or two tournaments, later England were lifting the Jules Rimet Trophy at Wembley, beating West Germany 4-2 after extra-time.

England’s previous World Cup finishes

Year

Finish

1950

Group Stage

1954

Quarter-finals

1958

Group Stage

1962

Quarter-finals

1966

Winners

1970

Quarter-finals

1982

Second Group Stage

1986

Quarter-finals

1990

Fourth place

1998

Round of 16

2002

Quarter-finals

2006

Quarter-finals

2010

Round of 16

2014

Group stage

2018

Fourth place

England Golden Boot odds

There’s only really one man that’s going to be leading the line for England this winter, and it’s Harry Kane – who is currently 6/1 favourite to win the Golden Boot with Betfair.

The Tottenham Hotspur striker won the Golden Boot in 2018 with six goals, finishing two clear of his closest rivals, and he has carried on his excellent scoring form for England. Since the start of 2021, Kane has scored 18 goals in 22 games for England including four at Euro 2020 – all of which came in the knockout stages. At the time of writing he’s also closing in on Wayne Rooney as England’s all-time top goalscorer, just three behind the former Manchester United striker, recently netting his 50th goal.

2022 World Cup Golden Boot favourites

Player Paddy Power Betfair
Harry Kane 6/1 6/1
Romelu Lukaku 13/2 13/2
Kylian Mbappe 8/1 8/1
Neymar 17/2 17/2
Cristiano Ronaldo 10/1 10/1
Lionel Messi 11/1 11/1
Lautaro Martinez 11/1 11/1
Karim Benzema 12/1 12/1
Memphis Depay 12/1 12/1
Antoine Griezmann 17/1 17/1
You have to be 18+ to gamble. All odds within this article are accurate at the time of writing (17:45, 09/08/2022).BeGambleAware.

READ MORE:

2022 World Cup predictions & tips
Football Accumulator tips
Latest live streaming fixtures

2022 World Cup Outright Odds

✕︎

Sign up to the Best Football Offers

A valid email is required.

Invalid e-mail.

Yes I am over 18.
Yes, I would like to receive email updates on exciting offers from squawka.com. For more info on how we and our partners process your data, see Privacy and Cookie Policies.
You need to confirm that you are over 18 and that you want to receive updates.

*By subscribing you are confirming that you are over 18 years of age.

*All emails include an unsubscribe link, where you can opt out any time. *Please see our privacy and cookies policy..

x

Newsletter error