England World Cup 2022 Odds & Predictions

England have made it through to the Quarter-Finals of the 2022 World Cup in Qatar but face their trickiest test yet against a strong and confident French side. We're going to take a look at the very latest markets and odds regarding England and their players.

Group Stage Results

Here are the final standing for Group B,

Team Matches Played Points Goals For Goals Against

1. England





2. USA





3. Iran





4. Wales





England 6-2 Iran – Bellingham 35′, Saka 43′, 62′, Sterling 45'+1, Rashford 71′ & Grealish 90′
England 0-0 USA
England 3-0 Wales – Rashford 50′, 68′, & Foden 51′

Outright winner

2022 could finally be the year that the England men’s side ends 56 years of hurt and bring the World Cup trophy back to the home of football. After the Lionesses won the European Championships earlier this year, inspiration for the men’s side is at an all-time high.

Led by one of the most lethal goalscorers in world football, Harry Kane, this England squad has plenty of experience in tournament football after reaching the semi-finals of the last World Cup in 2018 and the final of the Euro 2020. If you are backing England to finally get over the line this time around, here are the very latest odds:

England to Win the World Cup

  • 6/1 (7.00) – Stake
  • 6/1 (7.00) – 888sport
  • 11/2 (6.50) – Ladbrokes
  • 34/5 (7.80) – Betfair
  • 11/2 (6.50) – Willian Hill
  • 13/2 (7.50) – Unibet

Stage of elimination

Considering England made it all the way to the final in their most recent international tournament and reached the semi-finals at their last world cup, it feels sensible to predict that they’ll make another deep run this year.

The group stage proved relatively straightforward and finishing top meant they enjoyed a favourable draw in the last-16 against Senegal. The potential issues for England begin at the quarter-final stage where they go up against a French side that are currently the second favourite to win the competition behind Brazil.

With all that being said, England weren't in good run of form heading into the World Cup after failing to win a single game in the most recent edition of the Nations League. If you’re a believer in the form at the international level, so it is going to be interesting to see how their fair against a top team like France.

Elimination odds for England

Quarter-Final: 73/100
Semi-Final: 7/2
Final: 5/1 (6.00)

*odds provided by Stake.com but are subject to change.

Eliminated on penalties

The England national football team and losing on penalties in major international tournaments – name a more iconic duo. It’s a tale as old as time and nobody would bet against it happening again.

Група B на Мондиал 2022 – Англия

The most recent occasion of this type of loss came in the Euro 2021 final against Italy. Prior to that, England had been eliminated from major tournaments via a penalty shootout on six separate occasions – twice to Germany, twice to Portugal, once to Argentina and once to Italy. On the flip side, England has won just two penalty shootouts in major international tournaments.

The scars of the past mean that betting on England to be eliminated on penalties this time around is well worth a punt.

England being Eliminated via a Penalty Shout-Out: 5/1 (6.00)

Current odds for the Quarter-Final against France

As things stand, England have made it through to the Quarter-Finals and are just one step away from repeating their feat of the 2018 World Cup in Russia. France head into the match as the favourite to win and in Kylian Mbappe they have a striker on fire and heading toward the Golden Boot award with 5-goals to his name, two more than any other player.

Being the underdogs might just go in England's favour, taking some of that unwanted pressure of their shoulders and placing it squarely onto France and Mbappe in particular. Here are the latest odds ahead of Saturday's Quarter-Final clash between England and France,

England to Win: 39/19 (3.05)

Draw: 43/18 (3.39)

France to Win: 20/13 (2.54)

There isn't a lot between the odds but France are the bookmakers' pick to make it through to the Semi-Final, but only a fool would rule out England before a ball has been kicked as Southgate's men have a great defensive record and plenty of goals in them.

Golden Boot Award

Gareth Southgate has been accused of picking a negative squad for the World Cup and it’s hard to argue against that. On the defensive side of things, Southgate has given himself a wealth of options whereas at the other end of the pitch he has only selected two out-and-out strikers.

However, that has so far been proven to be the right move as England have kept three clean sheets in their opening four matches, only conceding two goals against Iran on matchday 1 and at the other end of the pitch, Southgate's men topped scored during the group stage with 9-goals and scored a further 3-goals without reply against Senegal.

Harry Kane hasn't been the main goalscorer in the team, to many people's surprise, instead, it's Saka and Rashford that lead the way on 3-goals apiece, while the captain has netted just once so far. Rashford has been a substitute for most of the games England have played and despite scoring twice in the final group game against Wales from a starting role, Southgate went with his preferred front three in the Senegal game.

Harry Kane and Jadon Sancho in action for England against Montenegro

Top Goalscorer Odds for England at the World Cup

Harry Kane: 39/1 (40.00)
Bukayo Saka: 29/1 (30.00)
Marcus Rashford: 25/1 (26.00)

*odds provided by Stake.com but are subject to change.

Golden Glove Award

Jordan Pickford rarely lets England down on the big stage and the 2022 World Cup in Qatar has proved no different. England's No.1 has kept three clean sheets in his four starts only conceding twice in the opening game vs Iran and he wasn't happy with his defenders on those two occasions.


The Everton shot-stopper saved England early on against Senegal when the game could easily have swung in the African side's favour, but two big saves followed by a couple of goals at the other end of the pitch set England on their way to an easy victory.

Pickford was always going to be in with a shout of the Golden Glove award and currently sits third in that market behind Alisson of Brazil and Argentina's Martinez.

Jordan Pickford to Win the Golden Glove Award: 7/1 (8.00)

*odds provided by Stake.com but are subject to change.

Most Assists at the World Cup

Harry Kane might not be leading the way for England with his goals as most expected but the Three Lions' captain has played a vital role for his country, providing 3-assists in his opening four matches.

As things stand, only Bruno Fernandes of Portugal sits above Kane in the Top Assists market at the 2022 World Cup but if England do progress into the Semi-Final, it wouldn't be a shock to see Kane get another assist for the likes of Rashford, Saka or Foden. The further England go the more goals and assists will rack up for individual players and Kane is in a great position to finish the competition with more assists than any other player.

Kane to Finish with the Most Assists at the World Cup: 23/5 (5.60)

*odds provided by Stake.com but are subject to change.

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