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The 2022 World Cup tournament in Qatar is set to kick off on November 20, as the nations competing are already set, with some ready with their squad lists. In addition to providing football fans with the highest excitement at the World Cup, there are also avenues for placing wagers and betting on the tournament. These wagers and bets can be placed using a no deposit bonus that can be found on the reliable sites that offer numerous incentives to users. 

The 2022 FIFA World Cup is fast approaching, and predictions for the competition are in full swing.

There are numerous teams that could contend for World Cup victory at the competition. However, these are the countries with the best chances of achieving triumph. 

Spain

Having won the World Cup in 2010 by defeating the Netherlands in the finals, Spain is no stranger to the prestigious title. Despite losing to France in the final game, Spain had a strong Nations League performance this year and easily qualified for the World Cup. Although the team is not the same as the one that won the 2010 World Cup and the 2012 Euros, they can still fight for the World Cup thanks to a combination of fresh talents and seasoned veterans.

France

In the European Qualifiers, France won its group and went undefeated. There is a lot of young talent on this team, and some of the World Cup champions from 2018 are still around to mentor the youth. In 2018, the team won thanks to top performances from star forward Kylian Mbappé. He has only grown more dangerous since then, making him one of the best players in this competition. After winning in 2018, France went on to triumph in the 2020/21 UEFA Nations League, defeating Spain in the finals. 

Argentina

For a number of reasons, Argentina is also the favorite to win this year’s World Cup. The team’s Finalissima victory over Italy in June, which resulted in a 3-0 victory, serves as evidence that the team is currently gelling in the perfect way and that their football is free-flowing. The South American squad now has a 32-game winning streak, falling just five games short of the all-time mark. Argentina and Messi are both in excellent form right now, which has fans wondering if they can win the World Cup in Qatar.

Brazil

Brazil is regarded as having the best chances in this year’s competition. With players like Neymar, Vincius Junior, Casemiro, Rodrygo, Thiago Silva and others, this all-star team has a solid core. Brazil has the most World Cup victories, but despite this, her reputation is still being repaired after a humiliating 7-1 loss to Germany in the 2014 World Cup semi finals.  However, they had a strong performance in qualifying and won the CONMEBOL Libertadores.