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The 2022 FIFA World Cup has seen 32 countries play in eight venues in five host cities. The 32 were allocated into eight groups of four. The tournament started with the so-called group stage, which saw each team in a division play each other once. The top-two teams from each division advanced to a 16-team knockout phase, with the pre-determined format pitting each group winner against another group runner-up in thee round of 16. The winners of the two semi-finals, on December 13 and 14, will advance to the FIFA World Cup final on December 18 in Lusail.

Betfair will provide the latest information and data, including FIFA World Cup tips and FIFA World Cup predictions, for each contest of the knockout phase. Punters assessing form, trends, and likely outcomes, especially those seeking specific information and guidance on the best back and lay bets, can confidently follow Betfair’s offerings, including game previews and FIFA World Cup betting tips. Betfair’s World Cup 2022 predictions can help bettors make considered choices when looking at categories including finding the winner (or loser) in head-to-head battles or when looking to back a draw. There’s also plenty of data and soccer World Cup tips to help punters identify whether a game will produce under or over 2.5 goals, with more categories to be added once the tournament draws closer and the 32 countries and their playing squads are confirmed. And, Betfair also has scientifically generated data to help those keen to wager on a host of futures categories, including the World Cup winner and the Golden Boot winner (the player who scores the most goals in the tournament). There’s also a category for punters wanting to tip England to be eliminated at a specific stage.

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The 2022 FIFA World Cup will be the first played so late in a calendar year. All previous editions, dating back to the inaugural event in Uruguay in 1930, were played between May and July, when most of the world’s major domestic soccer league seasons had been completed. Organisers of the 2022 event scheduled it late in the year, when major domestic leagues are usually running, to avoid extreme mid-year heat.

Make sure to follow Betfair’s World Cup 2022 predictions for the semifinals and the decider.


2018 – France 4 def. Croatia 2
2014 – Germany 1 def. Argentina 0
2010 – Spain 1 def. Netherlands 0
2006 – Italy 1 drew with France 1 (Italy won 5-3 on penalties)
2002 – Brazil 2 def. Germany 0

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