143/1 Accumulator Tip for Who Will Qualify From Each World Cup 2022 Group?

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We’ve had a go at picking which 16 nations will all make it to the knock-out stages of the 2022 World Cup using the ‘dual forecast’ markets. This means picking who will finish in the top 2 of the group, in any order, and our accumulator tip is a massive 143/1.

While the Group Stage of the World Cup is always exciting, it’s often the knockout phase of the competition that really sees it hot up, with penalty shootouts, end-to-end drama and the odd bit of controversy, but who are the teams that will be battling it out when we get to that point?

While many of you will have already placed your World Cup bets, we’re taking a bit of a dive into each group and the prospects of each team’s qualification to the business end of the tournament.

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Group A:

Our Predictions: Senegal, Netherlands

The bookies seem to have Group A already wrapped up with William Hill pricing both the Dutch and Senegal favourably.

It is difficult to disagree with that, and it’ll be a tasty encounter between the two as they battle it out for top spot. The Netherlands are priced at 1/9 to qualify from the group with Senegal at 8/11, and we expect them to do just that. Both qualified comfortably, with Senegal the current Africa Cup of Nations holders, and real dark horses to cause an upset in the knockout stages.

Ecuador are priced at EVS and did cause a few upsets in qualifying, while Qatar can be backed at 7/2, which would be a huge triumph for the hosts if they were to pick up enough points to make the Round of 16.

 

Group B:

Our Predictions: England, Wales

Group B is a tough group, and one that is certainly interesting when it comes to qualification. On paper, and with the bookies, England should have no problem topping the group. Gareth Southgate’s men are 1/12 to qualify from the group with William Hill, but there are sub plots here.

England haven’t been playing well, and with the USA and Wales in the group, they have two nations who would love to get one over on the nation, and have caused problems for the Three Lions in tournament football in the not too distant past. 

Both Wales and the USA are priced at EVS to qualify and that game between the two will be huge in the opener, setting the tempo for the group. England we are backing to qualify, and we’re just edging towards Wales given their togetherness and how they’ve performed at the Euros in recent years. Iran are 10/3 to qualify. 

 

Group C:

Our Predictions: Argentina, Mexico

Argentina are one of the teams to watch this World Cup and we expect them to navigate Group C comfortably given the squad they have. Paddy Power has Argentina priced at 1/16 to qualify, and 4/11 to top the group, and we are backing that to happen.

Where it becomes interesting is that second qualifying position. The bookmaker has both Poland and Mexico priced at 5/6 to qualify and it could well come down to which elite striker is in better form – Robert Lewandowski or Raul Jiminez. 

Both sides have endured mixed form coming into the competition, but we think the Mexicans just have that little bit more quality and spirit to shade it. Saudi Arabia complete the group and are priced at 6/1 to qualify. 

 

Group D:  

Our Predictions: Denmark, France

Both France and Denmark are heavy favourites to qualify in Group D and the two Europeans should progress with relative ease, with both Australia and Tunisia likely to struggle. Despite France having the strongest squad, it could be a real shootout between the two for top spot, with Denmark having done a number on France a couple of times in the Nations League.

The French are favourites to qualify with Paddy Power, priced at 1/20 and we have no doubts that they will alongside Denmark, who can be backed at 1/5. However, when it comes to topping the group, we’d maybe enjoy a free bet on the Danes at 9/5. Australia are outsiders at 9/2, with Tunisia at 5/1.

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Group E:

Our Predictions: Spain, Germany

Both Spain and Germany had disappointing tournaments in Russia and they’ll be keen to assert their dominance in a tricky Group E. Paddy Power have them both as favourites to get through to the Round of 16, with Spain just ahead with the oddsmaker at 1/14, with the Germans at 1/10.

The game between the two in the group’s second set of fixtures, will ultimately decide who finishes top, and it would be a real upset if Japan (16/5) or Costa Rica (9/1) were to qualify, despite being decent footballing nations.

 

Group F:

Our Predictions: Belgium, Croatia

Group F is another group that, like Group D, should see a comfortable passage for two European nations. Belgium are far and away the favourites to qualify from the group at 1/9 with William Hill, while Croatia should have few problems either, despite them not being quite as strong as they were four years ago when they reached the final.

Croatia are priced at 4/7 to qualify, with Morocco and Canada unlikely to cause the two favourites many problems, priced at 2/1 and 11/4 to qualify respectively.

 

Group G:

Our Predictions: Brazil, Serbia

Group G is an altogether much harder task of predicting who will qualify from it. Brazil are of course favourites at 1/10 with William Hill, and we’re certainly putting them through given the amount of talent running through the side. The South American nation are back to being real contenders this winter and there seems to be the perfect blend of experience and youth, as well as defensive and attacking prowess.

It’s that second position where it becomes more difficult to call. Switzerland, Serbia and Cameroon are playing for it, and we are swaying towards the European nations. The Swiss are the favourites of the two at EVS, and they do have a habit of reaching the last 16. However, there’s something about Serbia that makes them real dark horses at 6/5. They have some excellent players in their ranks, and have found a bit of form having gone unbeaten in five and have been among the goals, netting four against Sweden recently.

Cameroon, who also have some talented players, are priced at 5/2 to qualify.

 

Group H:  

Our Predictions: Portugal, Uruguay

Portugal almost didn’t end up at the tournament, but as usual, they are among the favourites to get through the Group Stage, priced at 1/6 to qualify with William Hill. They’re joined by Uruguay in being odds on (4/9) and both nations have some world-class players who on their day could beat any nation in the world if they’re firing.

Ghana and South Korea are the outsiders in this group and it’ll likely remain that way, albeit neither will get really turned over. Both sides are priced at 5/2 to qualify, and it wouldn’t be a total shock if either edged out Portugal or Uruguay. 

Sometimes you never quite know what you’re going to get with both Portugal and Uruguay, but we’re just about backing them to both make it safely through.

 

World Cup To Qualify from the Group Stages Accumulator Tip

  • Group A: Netherlands and Senegal
  • Group B: England and Wales
  • Group C: Argentina and Mexico
  • Group D: France and Denmark
  • Group E: Spain and Germany
  • Group F: Belgium and Croatia
  • Group G: Brazil and Serbia
  • Group H: Portugal and Uruguay

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