World Cup 2022 Betting Odds: Arizona Promo Codes And Free Bets

By Lawrence Hollyfield

FIFA World Cup 2022 betting odds are live in Arizona, and sportsbooks in the Grand Canyon State soon have been announcing World Cup free bets and exclusive promos for Arizona bettors. The best right now are this 1-2 combo of offers:
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World Cup 2022 Betting Odds: Favorites To Win

The 6 favorites this time around all have championship pedigrees, having won the World Cup at least once. Here are the pre-tournament odds for the favorites, from SuperBook Arizona Arizona in the second column and BetRivers Arizona in the third. Japan lost to Costa Rica but topped both Spain and Germany to win its group. Morocco shocked by winning its group as well. The United States faces Netherlands on Saturday.

🇧🇷  Brazil+225+225
🇦🇷  Argentina+450+500
🇫🇷  France+500+540
🇪🇸  Spain+600+600
🏴󠁧󠁢󠁥󠁮󠁧󠁿  England+900+950
🇵🇹  Portugal+1000+1300
Arizona World Cup Free Bets$1,000 Every First Bet Wins Bonus2nd Chance Bet Up To $500 – Promo Code: BAZRIV
✅  Odds Last VerifiedDecember 1, 2022

The United States (+8000) is the only North American team left, with Mexico and Canada having been eliminated. 

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World Cup 2022 Betting: Promo Codes And Free Bets

World Cup 2022 promo codes are listed here from the top Arizona sportsbooks. To get the best possible World Cup odds, register for accounts with a few sports betting operators. 

Of course, there are great options aplenty – and before you know it Arizona World Cup free bets – to make 2022 World Cup betting nearly a full month of excitement.

2022 FIFA World Cup Betting Markets

FIFA 2022 World Cup play began Nov. 20. The opening match – Qatar vs. Ecuador – was the only match that day, as a nod to Qatar as the host nation.

This every-four-years soccer spectacular is a betting bonanza, with an estimated $155 billion wagered legally on the last World Cup, in 2018. That comes to an average of $2.4 billion per match (but the final pulled in a little more than $8 billion by itself). And there is no need to wait – U.S. sportsbooks are taking wagers now.

2022 World Cup Betting: Wagers You Can Make

In addition to what is sure to be exhilarating live betting, all the expected wagers will be there – from 2022 World Cup winner to how far teams will advance, to who will be the top scorer, to whether or not there will be a first-time winner, how the USA, Mexico, Canada and Costa Rica will do, and many more. Here is an overview of the most common.

Reach Final, Reach Semifinal And Reach Quarterfinal

Only one team can win, but twice as many teams make the final and four times as many reach the semis. There are no ties once teams emerge from the Group Stage – every game is a knockout. These pre-tournament odds from Caesars Sportsbook show odds progressions.

🇧🇷 Brazil to win+250
To reach finalOff
To reach semifinalsOff
To reach quarterfinalsOff
🇺🇸 USA to win+10000
To reach finalOff
To reach semifinalsOff
To reach quarterfinalsOff
Odds Last VerifiedNovember 28, 2022


Latest 2022 World Cup Odds Flow

Both Brazil and Argentina were forgiven for first-round losses.

Golden Boot Winner

The top goal scorer over the course of the tournament is awarded the Golden Boot. Here are the players whom oddsmakers have labeled as most likely to win it, with odds from BetRivers Arizona.

Kylian Mbappé, France, +750Harry Kane, England, +2000
Olivier Giroud, France, +1100Álvaro Morata, Spain, +2000
Neymar, Brazil, +1100Cristiano Ronaldo, Portugal, +2000
Ferran Torres, Spain, +1100Bukayo Saka, England, +2000
Lionel Messi, Argentina, +1400Richarlison, Brazil, +2500

The longer the team is alive, the more chances to score, so being on a good team is important. Team strategy is also key – a more defensive gameplan limits chances. And of course being a standout scorer is better than being one of several standouts on the same side.

The U.S. player with the best odds to win the Golden Boot is Tim Weah  (+7000). Raúl Jiménez (+20000) and Hirving Lozano (+25000) are tops for Mexico. Canada is led by Jonathan David (+30000).

All Matches

Each nation that has qualified for the World Cup will play at least three matches in the Group Stage, one against each other member in its Group. After the single match on Day 1, there are multiple matches daily for the next 15 days, and because Qatar is hosting – nine hours ahead of U.S. Mountain Time – there are lots of daytime opportunities to watch and wager. There are even four matches on Thanksgiving Day. The event being in Qatar also accounts for the November-December timeframe, which is reasonably cooler than summer there.

USA Schedule
Nov. 21USA 1, Wales 1. Tie (+200)
Nov. 25USA 0, England 0; Tie (+310)
Nov. 29USA 1, Iran 0; USA (-120)
Dec. 3Netherlands (-115), USA (+333); 2.5 goals Over (+125), Under (-175)

The United States has advanced five times (1930, 1994, 2002, 2010, 2014 and 2022) and has one knockout round victory, 2-0 vs. Mexico in 2002. Its all-time World Cup record is 9-19-8.

Mexico Schedule
Nov. 22Mexico 0, Poland 0; Tie (+210)
Nov. 26Argentina 2, Mexico 0; Argentina (-190)
Nov. 30Mexico 2, Saudi Arabia 1; Mexico (-145)

Mexico has advanced nine times (1970, 1986, 1994, 1998, 2002, 2006, 2010, 2014 and 2018) and has one knockout round victory, 2-0 vs. Bulgaria in 1986. Its all-time World Cup record is 16-29-12.

Game odds for the USA and Christian Pulisic (top) and Mexico and Raúl Jiménez (above) from BetMGM Sportsbook subject to change. Last updated November 30, 2022.

World Cup History

There have been 21 World Cups and eight nations have won it all – Brazil (5 times), Italy (4), Germany (4), Uruguay (2), Argentina (2), France (2), England (1) and Spain (1). 

All World Cup Winners

1930  🇺🇾  Uruguay1966  🏴󠁧󠁢󠁥󠁮󠁧󠁿  England1994  🇧🇷  Brazil
1934  🇮🇹  Italy1970  🇧🇷  Brazil1998  🇫🇷  France
1938  🇮🇹  Italy1974  🇩🇪  West Germany2002  🇧🇷  Brazil
1950  🇺🇾  Uruguay1978  🇦🇷  Argentina2006  🇮🇹  Italy
1954  🇩🇪  West Germany1982  🇮🇹  Italy2010  🇪🇸  Spain
1958  🇧🇷  Brazil1986  🇦🇷  Argentina2014  🇩🇪  Germany
1962  🇧🇷  Brazil1990  🇩🇪  West Germany2018  🇫🇷  France

Among previous champions, only Italy, ranked No. 6 in the world, did not qualify for this World Cup.

Most Goals Scored In A Single World Cup

🥇  Just Fontaine, France (1958), 13 
⭐  Sandor Kocsis, Hungary (1954), 11 
⭐  Gerd Muller West Germany (1970), 10
⭐  Ferreira Eusebio, Portugal (1966), 9
⭐  Guillermo Stabile, Argentina (1930), 8
⭐  Leonidas da Silva, Brazil (1938), 8
⭐  Ronaldo, Brazil (2002), 8

The past 5 Golden Boot winners are England’s Harry Kane (2018, 7 goals), Colombia’s James Rodríguez (2014, 6), Germany’s Thomas Müller (2010, 5), Germany’s Miroslav Klose (2006, 5) and Croatia’s Davor Suker (2002, 6). None of those players were on teams that won that year’s World Cup.

Full Schedule 

Sunday, November 20
Ecuador 2, Qatar 0

Monday, November 21
England 6, Iran 2 | Netherlands 2, Senegal 0 | USA 1, Wales 1

Tuesday, November 22
Saudi Arabia 2, Argentina 1 | Denmark 0, Tunisia 0 | Mexico 0, Poland 0 | France 4, Australia 1

Wednesday, November 23
Morocco 0, Croatia 0 | Japan 2, Germany 1 | Spain 7, Costa Rica 0 | Belgium 1, Canada 0

Thursday, November 24
Switzerland 1, Cameroon 0 | Uruguay 0, South Korea 0 | Portugal 3, Ghana 2 | Brazil 2, Serbia 0

Friday, November 25
Iran 2, Wales 0 | Senegal 3, Qatar 1 | Netherlands 1, Ecuador 1 | England 0, USA 0

Saturday, November 26
Australia 1, Tunisia 0 | Poland 2, Saudi Arabia 0 | France 2, Denmark 1 | Argentina 2, Mexico 0

Sunday, November 27
Costa Rica 1, Japan 0 | Morocco 2, Belgium 0 | Croatia 4, Canada 1 | Spain 1, Germany 1 

Monday, November 28
Cameroon 3, Serbia 3 | Ghana 3, South Korea 2 | Brazil 1, Switzerland 0 | Portugal 2, Uruguay 0

Tuesday, November 29
Netherlands 2, Qatar 0 | Senegal 2, Ecuador 1 | USA 1, Iran 0 | England 3, Wales 0

Wednesday, November 30
Australia 1, Denmark 0 | Tunisia 1, France 0 | Argentina 2, Poland 0 | Mexico 2, Saudi Arabia 1

Thursday, December 1
Croatia 0, Belgium 0 | Morocco 2, Canada 1 | Japan 2, Spain 1 | Germany 4, Costa Rica 2

Friday, December 2
Ghana-Uruguay, 9 a.m. | South Korea-Portugal, 9 a.m. | Serbia-Switzerland, noon | Cameroon-Brazil, noon

Saturday, December 3 (Round Of 16)
Match 49 – Netherland-USA, 10 a.m. | Match 50 – Argentina-Australia, 2 p.m.

Sunday, December 4
Match 51 – England-Senegal, 2 p.m. | Match 52 – France-Poland, 10 a.m.

Monday, December 5
Match 53 – Japan-Croatia, 10 a.m. | Match 54 – Brazil-South Korea, 2 p.m.

Tuesday, December 6
Match 55 – Morocco-Spain, 10 a.m. | Match 56 – Portugal-Switzerland, 2 p.m.

Friday, December 9 (Quarterfinals)
Match 57 – Match 49 winner-Match 50 winner, noon | Match 58 – Match 53 winner-Match 54 winner, 9 a.m.

Saturday, December 10
Match 59 – Match 51 winner-Match 52 winner, noon | Match 60 – Match 55 winner-Match 56 winner, 9 a.m.

Tuesday, December 13 (Semifinals)
Match 61 – Match 57 winner-Match 58 winner, noon

Wednesday, December 14
Match 62 – Match 59 winner-Match 60 winner, noon

Saturday, December 17 (Third-Place Game)
Match 63 – Match 61 loser-Match 62 loser, 9 a.m.

Sunday, December 18 (World Cup Final)
Match 64 – Match 61 winner-Match 62 winner,  9 a.m.

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