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World Cup Odds: Who Will Be Crowned Champion 2023?

World Cup odds are always an interesting topic of discussion in the soccer world, especially since the tournament only comes around once every four years. The World Cup 2023 will be played in Qatar and France, with the final being played on December 18th 2023 in Doha, Qatar. The most recent World Cup was held in 2014 in Brazil, where Germany defeated Argentina 1-0 to win their fourth cup. Odds are already out on which teams will play in the final of the next World Cup. Click here and check World Cup odds to look at each country’s World cup odds along with a few other scenarios that could make this tournament especially exciting.

Brazil

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In truth, there are no real favorites to win the tournament. Spain and France both have a great shot at winning it all. France has shown their quality in recent tournaments and they will be difficult to beat. They have a strong midfield, which is crucial for success in international tournaments. Spain also has an excellent midfield with some of the world’s best players like David Silva and Sergio Busquets who can be decisive in tight games. It remains to be seen whether or not they will be able to deal with the pressure of being defending champions, but all signs point to them having a great chance at retaining their title. England looks good on paper too; Manchester United stars Marcus Rashford and Paul Pogba lead the team. Belgium also has a strong midfield led by Kevin De Bruyne, Vincent Kompany, Radja Nainggolan and Mousa Dembele. The group of death could determine things as well. Russia will face off against Germany, Mexico and Sweden so one loss could knock them out of contention early on.

Germany

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As the defending champions and one of the favorites to win, Germany will be looking to defend their title. They have an experienced team with a lot of depth that should get them through the tournament without too many problems. The German national team has always been strong in recent years and there is no reason for this year to be any different. They will probably make it out of the group stage but it’s hard to tell how far they’ll go from there. One thing is for certain though- as defending champions, Germany are going to want to show everyone that they deserve their spot on top of the podium again. With several stars in the squad such as Leon Goretzka, Toni Kroos, Timo Werner, Mesut Ozil and Manuel Neuer (retired from international duty), Germany certainly look like contenders for glory.

Spain

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The defending champion has won the World Cup twice consecutively before – Brazil in 1958 and 1962; Italy in 1982 and 1986; France in 1998 and 2018; Germany in 2014 and 2018. It’s now Spain’s turn to defend its title, but they are also one of the most talented teams in the world with their squad composed of current Ballon d’Or winner Luka Modric, David De Gea, Sergio Ramos and Diego Costa among others.

It would be a monumental feat for any team to win three consecutive titles (especially one as good as Spain) but it is possible that it may happen someday again with this group of Spanish players who are showing signs of ageing despite being around for so long already. They have all been on the international stage since 2007, when they played together at U-17 level! What’s more is that when Luka Modric was 18 years old he had already made his debut for Croatia which means he could be in contention to lift the World Cup at 31 years old! And Spain is not even his first club side! He has plied his trade with some top European clubs including Tottenham Hotspur where he helped them reach two UEFA Champions League finals.

Argentina

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The Argentinian national football team has been a force to be reckoned with in the World Cup ever since they won the championship in 1986. Argentina was the runner-up in 1990 and 1998, and they were third place finishers in 2002. In 2014, they were eliminated in the quarterfinals against Germany. The Argentiniens have had a number of famous players who have earned fame both nationally and internationally, most notably Diego Maradona, Lionel Messi, Sergio Aguero and Angel Di Maria. Their primary colors are light blue and white.  They’ve played well so far in the 2018 World Cup, having beat Nigeria 2-1 on June 26th and drawn 1-1 with Iceland on June 22nd. It’s unlikely that they’ll win it all, but you can’t count them out either!

France

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The winner of the World Cup in Russia has been determined and it’s France. They defeated Croatia 4-2 in the final in Moscow, winning their second World Cup title. France also becomes only the third country to win on home soil, after Brazil (1958) and Italy (2006). It was a hard fought match with Croatia scoring first. But France responded, scoring four goals and kept a clean sheet for almost half the match. Kylian Mbappe became the youngest player to score in a World Cup Final since 18-year-old Pelé scored against Sweden at the 1958 tournament. Antoine Griezmann won the Golden Boot award for most goals during the tournament with six, tying Mario Kempes’ record from 1978. Paul Pogba won the Golden Ball award as best player during the tournament and fourth time in five tournaments that Lionel Messi did not win this award.

French president Emmanuel Macron called Mbappe the champion of our dreams and called him over to accept his trophy from FIFA president Gianni Infantino. Macron said he would try to convince Mbappe to stay but acknowledged he is free.

The French squad were awarded prize money of €38 million ($43 million), while Croatia received €28 million ($31 million).

Conclusion

The world has been eagerly awaiting the latest FIFA World Cup, which will take place this summer. And with more countries in contention than ever before, it’s going to be an exciting tournament. But who is the favorite to win this year’s title? If you’re wondering who will be crowned champion in 2023, then these are your top contenders.

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