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World Cup 2026: Brazil Favourites to Win Tournament

Brazil are favourites to win the 2026 World Cup

World Cup 2026

Argentina won the 2022 World Cup in Qatar but neighbours Brazil are favourites to win the 2026 renewal in the USA, Canada and Mexico, therefore why not keep up-to-date with the latest World Cup 2026 news and betting odds at


World Cup 2026: Brazil Favourites to Win Tournament


The 2022 World Cup was a hugely successful and thoroughly entertaining affair with plenty of shocks along the way, however thoughts are now turning to the 2026 edition which takes place in the USA, Canada and Mexico.

Having crashed out of the 2022 World Cup at the hands of Croatia in the quarter-finals, Brazil are the bookmakers’ favourites to lift the trophy in the 2026 edition. The Samba Boys were favourites to win in Qatar prior to their elimination from the tournament and they are priced as low as 11/2 to claim their sixth World Cup trophy in a little over three years’ time.

Beaten finalists France are deemed to be Brazil’s main rivals in the 2026 renewal, Les Bleus available at best odds of 7/1 with a lowest price of 11/2. Kylian Mbappe helped himself to a hat-trick in the 2022 final – the first player to achieve this since Geoff Hurst for England back in 1966 – and at 27 years of age in the next competition, he will be eager to once again feature heavily in another final.

England are the only other side wholly in single figures in the 2026 World Cup Winner market, the Three Lions a best price of 9/1 for World Cup glory. Many are of the opinion that the latest golden generation of Bukayo Saka, Phil Foden and Jude Bellingham could peak in three years’ time.

Given that he will be 39 years old in 2026, Lionel Messi is unlikely to be taking part in the next World Cup but his nation Argentina are next in the betting to successfully defend their 2022 crown at best odds of 9/1, the same price as Germany and Spain.


World Cup 2026 Odds


11/2 –  Brazil

7/1  –  France

9/1  –  England

9/1  –  Argentina

9/1  –  Germany

9/1  –  Argentina

14/1 –  Portugal

16/1 –  Netherlands

22/1 –  Italy

33/1 –  Belgium



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