QATAR World Cup 2022

Germany 2022 World Cup Betting


Under new management, Germany cruised through qualifying and were the first nation to book their place at the World Cup. Hansi Flick replaced Joachim Löw in the dugout and oversaw nine wins and just one defeat in their ten qualifiers. The ex-Bayern Munich manager now hopes to lead Die Mannschaft to their fifth world title in Qatar. Get an array of World Cup Odds for Germany on BetVictor’s Sportsbook.

Germany World Cup Group E Odds

rmans hope for a better group campaign in 2022 after a disappointing experience last time out. 2018 saw the European heavyweights finish bottom of their group after shock defeats against Mexico and South Korea.

This time, Germany face Spain, Japan and Costa Rica in Group E. According to the betting, they are second favourites to win the group behind Spain, with odds of 11/10. That is perhaps understandable when you consider that they have won just one of their last seven matches against the Spanish and lost 6-0 to them as recently as 2020. However, they are odds-on at 1/6 to secure a top-two finish and progress to the Round of 16.

Germany World Cup Winner Odds

Overall, Germany have an unbelievable World Cup record. They are four-time winners (the last coming in 2014) and have also finished second and third on four occasions each. That is why they are consistently among the favourites in the World Cup Winner Betting.

Five nations have shorter odds than Germany to win the World Cup in 2022, with DFB-Team priced at 10/1. They have a star-studded squad that can help them go all the way, including Manuel Neuer, Antonio Rudiger, Joshua Kimmich and Serge Gnabry. They are also in excellent form going into the tournament, having won nine and lost none of Flick’s first 13 matches.

Thomas Müller World Cup Top Scorer Odds

Thomas Müller has an outstanding World Cup pedigree. The Bayern Munich man netted five goals and won the Golden Boot in 2010 before bagging another five in 2014 when he won the Silver Boot. Overall, he has hit ten goals in 16 World Cup matches, putting him eighth on the all-time scorers’ list.

However, despite his tournament record, Müller is a 50/1 outsider in the World Cup Top Scorer Betting. He was not a regular scorer in qualifying, bagging just three times, but you cannot write him off at the finals. His teammate Kai Havertz is seen as a more likely Golden Boot contender for Germany – his odds are 33/1.


All odds are current at time of writing. Prices subject to fluctuation and availability.

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