The World Cup winners odds market was shaken up over the weekend with England now into 13/2 after their easy 3-0 ‘last 16’ win over Senegal. They will meet France next, who are 24/5 with BetUK in the World Cup outright betting market.
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World Cup Winners Odds: England Into 13/2 For World Cup Glory After Smooth Senegal Win
England booked a World Cup 2022 Quarter-finals place on Sunday night with a comfortable 3-0 win over Senegal after first half goals from Liverpool’s Jordan Henderson and Tottenham’s Harry Kane, while Bukayo Saka, who plays his club football at Arsenal, added a third in the second half to cement the win (you can watch the England vs Sengal match highlights below).
That goal for the 2018 World Cup Golden Boot winner, Harry Kane, was his first of the 2022 tournament after a spree of assists, but the Saka 57th minute strike was his third of the event so far and is now into 30/1 with BetUK to be the Golden Boot winner.
France’s Kylian Mbappe, with five World Cup 2022 goals so far, however, heads the Golden Boot market @ 13/20 with BetUK after adding two more to his tally in their 3-1 win over Poland earlier on Sunday.
Three Lions Have Now Scored 12 World Cup 2022 Goals
After bagging 9 goals in from their three Group games at the 2022 World Cup, England added three more in their easy ‘last 16’ win over Senegal so now have a haul of 12 goals scored at the tournament.
Who Is Next For England?
England will now take on France, who are ranked 4th in the FIFA World Rankings, on Saturday night at 7pm (UK time) in the Quarter-finals.
Brazil World Cup 2022 Favourites Still
Brazil are still the World Cup outright favourites @ 5/2 with BetUK – they face South Korea on Monday (5th Dec) in a ‘last 16’ match, while France, who beat Poland 3-1 to make the Quarter-Finals, are next best in the World Cup winners odds market @ 24/5 with BetUK. See the latest 2022 World Cup betting odds below.
Latest 2022 World Cup Outright Betting Odds
Brazil are still the clear 2022 World Cup outright betting favourites as they head into their ‘last 16’ match with South Korea on Monday, with France and Argentina, who are both already through to the quarter finals, are next best in the World Cup odds betting.
England come in at fourth favourites at this stage to win at World Cup winners odds of 13/2, with Spain, Netherlands and Portugal next.
England World Cup Place Betting
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WATCH: World Cup ‘Last 16’ England v Senegal Highlights (Sun 4th Dec 2022)
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