The 2022 World Cup is here: All you need for FIFA World Cup Bitcoin Betting

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The greatest teams and players in the world will all congregate in their national outfits to challenge each other for the World Cup title. In a unique set of circumstances, this year’s World Cup will take place in November and December rather than during the summer months, posing a special set of challenges for players and managers alike.

The tournament will offer legendary players like Messi and Ronaldo their last chance for national glory, with a wide variety of storylines swirling around the competition. We at Bitsler can’t wait for the event to start and we’ve worked hard to offer the best FIFA World Cup bitcoin betting options everywhere!

FIFA World Cup Bitcoin Betting with Bitsler

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Still looking for pointers for World Cup betting? Take a look at our group-by-group breakdown to get a better idea of what you can expect from each of the teams at the 2022 FIFA World Cup!

World Cup Odds: a group-by-group breakdown

With 32 different teams competing for the World Cup title, and many well-known players and managers all present at the tournament, it can be a bit difficult to figure out where to get started with your FIFA World Cup bitcoin betting experience. This is why we’ve put together this analysis piece for you covering the most important storylines and potential predictions about how the tournament will play out, and which teams and players are worth keeping an eye on when it comes to World Cup odds.

Group A: the hosts, Qatar, make their stand

The 22nd iteration of the competition will take place in Qatar, featuring a set of climatized stadiums in the middle of a controversially selected host country. Their national team stand among the weakest in the field, but host countries in modern World Cups managed to qualify for the knockout stages on all but one occasion. They would have to clinch first or second place in Group A, which also features Ecuador, Senegal and the Netherlands. It’s not an impossible task, but it is also not an easy one.

The current FIFA World Cup bitcoin betting odds suggest that Qatar will struggle to make it to the knockout stages but they are still very much with a puncher’s chance to make the home audience happy.

Group B: England and frenemies - history has its eyes on them

In a twist of fate, England’s national team was seeded alongside Wales, the United States and Iran, creating a spicy bracket from the offset. In terms of footballing prestige, the Three Lions should comfortably top the group, but Gareth Southgate’s squad has not been able to perform the same way as they did at Euro 2020 in recent months, getting eliminated from their Nations League group in embarrassing fashion. With fan mutiny and media scrutiny on them, all their rivals pose a credible threat to their progress.

World Cup Odds for England’s tournament win are lower than they used to be in previous years but recent performances suggest that Southgate’s men are still not the favorites. Does this mean it’s not coming home… again? We will have to wait and see.

Group C: all eyes on Argentina - it is Messi’s last hurrah

The Argentine national team has been living in the late Maradona’s shadow for a very long time, and their new talismanic player, Messi, even more so. One of the best South American outfits in history, Argentina have nevertheless struggled to lift trophies, which is why their recent Copa America triumph was such a big deal for their fans around the world. Messi has confirmed that this will be his last World Cup, and the team has responded in great fashion, as the many disparate pieces have finally slotted together in potent fashion. With Mexico, Poland and Saudi Arabia standing as their opponents, they should easily qualify for the knockout stage.

FIFA World Cup bitcoin betting odds clearly show Messi’s team as among the strongest at the tournament, but Argentina’s recent poor records at the tournament cannot be ignored either. The jury is still out on this Argentina side, and if nothing else, Brazil stand as their perennial opposition if they want to go all the way at this World Cup.

Group D: is the French title defense doomed to fail?

France deservedly won the 2018 World Cup, and they were the favorites heading into Euro 2020, only to get eliminated by Switzerland in shocking fashion way before the business end of that tournament. The team has been struggling to find its consistency and identity since then, and there’s a pervasive feeling of a cycle coming to an end.

World Cup odds of successful title defenses are always high, since they are rare to come by and though you wouldn’t expect Didier Deschamps’ men to fall short in a group containing Australia, Denmark and Tunisia, a deep run might be beyond this current squad based on their recent form.

Group E: European titans and exotic challengers

Between 2008 and 2018, Spain and Germany have dominated the decade of international footballing competitions, and now both nations are dealing with the not-so-small matter of a generational change, both in the playing squad and on the managerial side. Die Mannschaft remains the less consistent of the two, and both Costa Rica and Japan serve as dark horses with a strong capacity to surprise and maybe even to upset the big two.

The FIFA World Cup bitcoin betting odds for Spain and Germany’s progression are unsurprisingly low, but they can serve as as great way to enhance a parlay bet in your favor.

Group F: the Belgian golden generation’s sunset

The tiny nation of Belgium has been punching way above their weight over the past decade, regularly topping the (not exactly precise) FIFA world rankings and making deep runs in international tournaments courtesy of the incredible talents of players like Kevin de Bruyne and Romelu Lukaku. However, age is quickly catching up with the golden generation and quality reinforcements are nowhere in near sight.

Many felt like Euro 2020 was their best chance to actually claim a title, and just like with Messi and Ronaldo, this may be their last dance on the big stage for quite a while. Canada and Croatia both boast potent squads and will pose a real challenge, and it would be foolhardy of the Red Devils to underestimate Morocco, either. The World Cup odds are up in the balance in this group, and it is easy to see why: anything is possible in Group F under the right circumstances.

Group G: the return of joga bonito?

The Brazilian nation team has set many benchmarks in world football across the decades, though their recent rosters have not been as star-studded or excellent as some of the past iterations. With five World Cup titles to their name, they belong to the summit of international football, and they could very well lead South America’s resurgence after a barren decade.

The Brazilian national team’s first golden era can be traced back to 1958 and the second ended in 2002 – should a third one begin this year, they will have to live up to expectations and comfortably dispatch Serbia, Switzerland and Cameroon along the way. World Cup odds suggest they will get far, and Brazil are one of the favorites to win the tournament outright. A victory would mark the first time that a non-European team triumphs since 2002.

Group H: the twilight of Ronaldo

No one can deny that at the age of 37, Cristiano Ronaldo is not the footballer he once was. Struggling with his club but still hogging the limelight, a potent Portuguese squad may very well be held back by his antics and the super-conservative tactics of coach Fernando Santos.

The Euro 2016 winners will have to roll back the years to make a deep run and make good on their World Cup odds, and as the leaders in one of the most open groups featuring Ghana, Uruguay and South Korea, quite literally everything is possible, even a shock early elimination for A Seleção. The FIFA World Cup bitcoin betting odds for such an outcome are still rather high, but that’s just another reason to consider a cheeky punt on that incredible result.


The 2022 World Cup is here: All you need for FIFA World Cup Bitcoin Betting
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