The 2022 World Cup outright betting sees England at 10/1 to win the tournament after an easy 3-0 win over Wales which has booked their place in the last 16. They will face Senegal next on Sunday. See the latest World Cup outright betting odds below.
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England Remain 10/1 For 2022 World Cup Glory After Wales Win
After getting a bit of stick from their 0-0 draw over USA last Friday, England bounced back with a comfortable 3-0 win over Wales on Tuesday evening – a victory that saw them through to the knockout stages of the 2022 World Cup.
It was a goalless first half, but early second period strikes from Marcus Rashford (2) and Manchester City’s Phil Foden quickly put the Three Lions three up, which also meant their geographical neighbours, Wales, were heading out of the World Cup.
That win, with the USA draw and the Iran thrashing saw England top Group B with 7 points, with US managing to grab the second qualification slot after beating Iran in their final game – they will face the Netherlands on Saturday.
The bookmakers reacted by keeping England relatively unchanged in the 2022 World Cup outright betting market @ 10/1 with BetUK.
Who Is Next For England?
England will now face Senegal on Sunday (7pm) – it will be the first time the sides have ever played – and then after that, should they beat Senegal, a possible clash with France.
Brazil World Cup 2022 Favourites Still
Brazil are still the World Cup outright favourites @ 47/20 with BetUK. After winning their opening two games against Serbia and Switzerland and are yet to let a goal in. You can see the latest 2022 World Cup betting odds below.
Marcus Rashford The Star Of The Show Against Wales and Now 14/1 For Golden Boot
It was Marcus Rashford that grabbed the headlines after England’s 3-0 win over Wales. The Manchester United striker has bounced back to form over the last few months for his club and that resurgence has now oozed back into his International career.
Rashford fired in two quick goals in the 50th and 68th minutes and with that brace added to his strike against Iran, heads into the knockout stages with three goals and a real chance of landing the Golden Boot, where BetUK are @14/1.
Latest 2022 World Cup Outright Betting Odds
Brazil are still the clear 2022 World Cup outright betting favourites after winning their opening two games without conceding, with Argentina and France next best in the betting.
Just behind that trio are Spain at fourth in the World Cup betting, with England just behind this quartet @ 10/1 with BetUK, then Netherlands and Portugal are next after England – where is your money going?
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