Led by Luis Enrique, Spain qualified for their 12th successive World Cup with relative ease. La Roja won six and drew one of their eight matches to finish top of a group that included Sweden and Greece. They face bigger tests at the tournament proper, having been drawn in Group E alongside Japan, Costa Rica and fellow European giants Germany.
Spain won the World Cup in 2010 and are among the World Cup Outright Winner favourites in betting in 2022. However, many of their iconic players from the victory 12 years ago are now retired, so they will look to talented youngsters like Gavi, Pedri and Ferran Torres to bring it home. Álvaro Morata is also a key figure for Enrique – he has a fantastic international goalscoring record and netted three times at Euro 2020. Can the Spanish become two-time world champions? Find a wide range of Spain World Cup Odds at BetVictor.