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All You Need To Know About The World Cup In Qatar

The World Cup qualifying matches are all over. It can sometimes be a bit difficult to keep track of everything, so in this article we offer you a condensed information about the upcoming World Cup. The World Cup is the most popular sporting event in the world, bringing together thousands of fans and bettors to enjoy the game. If, like them, you want to experience the game even more intensely, click on soccer betway to access the exciting world of on the most popular sport

An unusual World Cup

The 2022 World Cup in Qatar is the 21st iteration of the major football tournament. It will take place between 21 November and 18 December, making it the first football World Cup to be held in winter or mid-season for most leagues. The change was made because of the harsh weather conditions in Qatar during the summer, which would make playing football in the heat almost unbearable.

The 2022 World Cup is only the second World Cup to be played in Asia and the first to be held in West Asia. As in previous World Cups, 32 nations will compete for the title of best football nation in the world. The final will be held at the Lusail Iconic Stadium, which is the largest football stadium in Qatar and one of the most modern in the world.

Groups and teams

Group A: Qatar, Netherlands, Senegal, Ecuador

Group B: England, USA, Iran, Wales

Group C: Argentina, Mexico, Saudi Arabia, Poland

Group D: France, Australia, Denmark, Tunisia

Group E:  Spain, Costa Rica, Japan, Germany

Group F: Belgium, Croatia, Morocco,

Group G: Brazil, Serbia, Cameroon, Switzerland

Group H: Portugal, South Korea, Uruguay,

Who are the favourites? 

As in many previous tournaments, Brazil is the favorite team. The Selecao is the most successful team in World Cup history and have qualified for the tournament without defeat. It has the most physically ready players and they are motivated enough to recover from the embarrassing performance in the 2014 tournament played in their home country, where they failed to win the title.

The runners-up are France and England. Les Bleus are the reigning world champions and will want to make it two in a row. England will finally want to win a major trophy after failing to reach Euro 2020. The Three Lions are always in the game, but they manage to get out of the way every time it’s the most important moment. It’s now or never for Gareth Southgate and his men. Germany, Spain and Argentina are other favourites to be considered and outsiders never to be underestimated. However, nothing is done yet and there are teams that can spring a surprise!

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