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World Cup: Brazil is Standing in Ecuador’s Way

Ecuador vs Brazil

All roads lead to the Estadio Rodrigo Paz Delgado on Thursday when World Cup: Ecuador vs Brazil is the entertainment on offer… and this is a big deal for the hosts. 

The CONMEBOL World Cup qualifiers have been a breeze for Brazil who have already qualified with 35 points from 13 games while Ecuador have an excellent chance of joining them in Qatar, currently in third place on 23 points and with a six point cushion over fifth placed Peru. 

But, of course, Tite’s Brazil is one of the best teams in world football, second in the FIFA rankings and no less than 44 places above Gustavo Alfaro’s Ecuador. The visitors have a few players missing but they have riches in depth and will test their hosts to the full. A defeat for Ecuador wouldn’t be a disaster but if they can get something from this game they will keep their course to Qatar on track.

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Ecuador are no longer underestimated 

La Tri have become a very competitive team under head coach Alfaro as they have shown with a series of impressive results over the past six months. A draw with Colombia and a friendly victory over Mexico was bettered by a superb 2-0 win over star studded Chile,; though they were helped by the dismissal of La Roja’s midfield enforcer Arturo Vidal. Villarreal’s 24 year old wing back Pervis Estupian opened the scoring and

Brighton’s young midfielder Moises Caicedo made it 2-0 deep into injury time. The talented 20 year old already has 17 international caps and two goals and he looks to have a bright future in international and Premier League football.

Ecuador welcome Brazil at La Casa Blanca for their World Cup Qualifiers match
Ecuador’s Enner Valencia in action with Brazil’s Marquinhos

The old man of the team, Fenerbahce’s 32 year old striker Enner Valencia, is still banging them in with 34 goals from 67 international games; he has three so far in this competition but is being outdone by Toluca’s 25 year old striker Michael Estrada who is top scoring with five goals

Brazil squad men are playing for places

The Selecao are on the way to Qatar and they’ll be one of the favourites when they get there, no doubt, but they still have five CONMEBOL qualifiers to play and that gives Tite ample opportunity to fine tune his team. He has two top class keepers to choose from; Manchester City’s Ederson is at the top of his game, while Alisson is a key player in Liverpool’s team. The Reds had a tricky meeting away to Crystal Palace at the weekend and that was a decent workout for the stopper. He was a busy man as the Eagles fought hard to get back into the game before succumbing 3-1.

Chelsea’s Thiago Silva could well start at the back alongside Real Madrid’s Eder Militao, who was on target for Los Blancos at the weekend; and Militao’s club team-mate Casemiro will surely run the midfield. But there could also be a place for Aston Villa’s new signing Philippe Coutinho, who is hoping to rediscover his best form on a return to the Premier League. 

Vinicius Junior makes up the Los Blancos three and he’s likely to start up front, while with no Neymar or Roberto Firmino in the Brazil squad, there is another chance for Raphinha to stake his claim for a place. He was in electric form in Leeds’ encounter with Newcastle on Saturday and is fast becoming one of the hottest prospects in the Premier League. With two goals already in qualifying, he’ll be keen to take any chances which come his way.

History

While Brazil are five times World Cup winners, Ecuador first showed up at the finals in 2002 and have since appeared twice, reaching the Round of 16 in 2006.

Both teams are in good shape; la Tri are six games unbeaten since a 2-1 reversal to Venezuela in October, while Brazil are unbeaten in seven since their Copa America final loss to Argentina back in July.

The Selecao has enjoyed the better of the head to head Ecuador vs Brazil results, winning nine of the last 13 meetings while drawing three and losing just once. The last time the teams met a 1-1 draw was the outcome in the 2021 Copa America, a result which ended Brazil’s ten match winning sequence. Militao headed Brazil into the lead but Angel Mena latched on to a Valencia flick on to fire in the equaliser.

Brazil won the three previous meetings with Ecuador, scoring seven goals without conceding.

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Ecuador vs Brazil 1X2 Draw Brazil @ 2.97
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Big Guns Missing from World Cup Qualifiers

World Cup qualifying in January seems alien to me and an unnecessary break from the already congested domestic schedules many countries are facing.

In fact, initially I struggled to get remotely excited at the thought, especially with the matches involving European nations on pause until March – the SBOTOP World Cup qualifying betting odds for which make interesting reading.

On reflection, though, looking afresh at some of the fixtures coming up, coupled with the standings the continent over, there are plenty of reasons to look forward with optimism and anticipate World Cup qualifying highlights this next week.

So far, we know the identity of 13 nations competing in Qatar with the hosts, who receive an automatic qualification ticket, joined by Germany, Denmark, Brazil, Belgium, holders France, Croatia, Spain, Serbia, England, Switzerland, Netherlands and Argentina.

The final three European berths will be allocated via play-offs in the spring and, incredibly, the way the draw has panned out means at least one of Italy or Portugal – the last two countries to be crowned European champions – will miss out.

While we wait to see how qualifiers elsewhere around the globe pan out this week though, do forgive me for retaining a degree of being underwhelmed given the number of key absences.

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Lionel Messi

There is no bigger absentee than reigning world footballer of the year Lionel Messi.

Argentina have left their captain out of their squad for qualifiers against Chile and Colombia as the Paris St Germain forward continues his recovery from Covid-19.

The twice World Cup winners and current Copa America champions have, of course, qualified for the finals in Qatar and sit second in the 10-team South American group.

The 34 year-old Messi was omitted from their 27-man squad after not playing for PSG since just before Christmas in French Ligue 1.

Messi spent the festive period in Argentina before testing positive and trained separately from his team mates on his return to Paris.

He did come off the bench to set up a goal at the weekend as the team continued its saunter to the title but it’s natural he is being rested given Argentina’s place in Qatar is secured.

Messi is not the only big name missing out but, again, Brazil’s choice to omit his club team-mate Neymar is also understandable given the qualification position.

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Neymar is set to miss out in World Cup Qualifiers at PSG request
Neymar, who is recovering from an ankle injury sustained with PSG in November, has been left out of Brazil squad.

Neymar has been left out due to an ankle injury, the latest setback since his world record move in 2017.

Indeed, Neymar’s injuries have meant that he has missed almost 100 games for PSG since signing in 2017.

The South American picked up the odd ailment through the opening months of his spell in France, but a debut campaign at PSG was brought to a premature conclusion in February 2018 by a broken metatarsal.

A similar injury was suffered in January 2019, leading to several weeks on the treatment table, while hamstring trouble held him back in the 2019-20 campaign.

Adductor issues have been common since then, while the current problem has prevented him playing since late November.

The priority will naturally be to try and get him back in action for PSG’s mouth -watering Champions League tie with Real Madrid next month and the World Cup in Qatar.

There is some other surprise news in the Brazil squad after boss Tite left out Renan Lodi for their qualifiers against Ecuador and Paraguay because the Atletico Madrid full back has not had a full course of Covid-19 vaccines.

Tite does not agree with those who are reluctant to take the vaccine in the midst of the pandemic.

Liverpool midfielder Fabinho and Lyon midfielder Lucas Paqueta have been included on the roster but will miss the game against Ecuador on Thursday (January 27) through suspension.

So, plenty of absentees for a nation which has already sealed a spot for the World Cup and is unbeaten in qualifying.

All in all, it is just another chapter in an unusual international break during which there will be World Cup qualifying matches in South America, North America and Asia, all while the Africa Cup of Nations continues.

And to add a further layer of complexity to the situation, some players will have a short holiday while others will head off on training camps with their clubs.

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World Cup 2022: South Korea to Waste No Time in Booking Their Ticket to Qatar

Lebanon vs Korea Republic

The Taeguk Warriors are within arm’s reach of earning automatic tickets to World Cup 2022, and a win over Lebanon this Thursday at the Saida International Stadium will help them get the job done as soon as possible.

Korea Republic are placed second in Group A with 14 points after the first six matches. They are in great shape given their lead over the rest of the pack, but with four more games to go, their job isn’t finished just yet.

Lebanon, meanwhile, are in danger of missing out for Qatar. The Cedars are the fourth seed in the group with five points – which is only one point behind UAE. However, they can still make it if they’ll somehow finish third in Group A.

Paulo Bento’s side are the huge favourites in the SBOTOP pre-match betting odds given how they’ve fared in their recent games. But given what happened in their reverse fixture at the Suwon World Cup Stadium last September, all signs point to another competitive matchup ahead.

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Premier League standouts doubtful to play for South Korea

Korea Republic are without their two best players in the final third as Heung-Min Son and Hwang Hee-Chan are both unlikely to play.

Heung-Min Son was held back due to a hamstring strain that he sustained during their EFL Cup tie against Chelsea few days ago, while Hwang Hee-Chan has been dealing with the exact same injury since December last year.

Both aren’t expected to play this Thursday and also in their next match against Syria on February 1.

But even without their best attackers, the Taeguk Warriors have enough weapons at their disposal that can help them get the job done in their next four matches.

Hwang Ui-Jo of Bordeaux had his first career hat-trick in their Ligue 1 victory over Strasbourg last Sunday, so he’s expected to lead up front and create World Cup 2022 highlights. On the defencive end, they still have the robust centre-back duo of Kim Min-Jae and Kim Young-Gwon.

Since squeezing a tight victory over Lebanon last September, Korea Republic followed up with four wins against Iraq, UAE, and Syria while drawing against table leaders Iran.

Paulo Bento’s side had two international friendlies last week to prepare for this match and they got a huge boost after they crushed European sides Iceland and Moldova with an aggregate tally of 9-1.

A sliver of hope for Lebanon

Lebanon have a great opportunity at their hands to claim the solo third spot in Group A, and an upset over Korea Republic will certainly help their chances.

Unlike Korea Republic, Lebanon are at the back of a 1-0 loss against UAE last November and they haven’t had an international friendly to prepare for this game.

Hassan Ali Saad hopes to pull an upset when Lebanon go against South Korea in World Cup 2022 qualifier
Lebanon’s Hassan Ali Saad battles for the ball against Iraq’s Ali Faez during World Cup 2022 qualifier last October 2021 at Khalifa International Stadium

The odds may be stacked against the Cedars on Thursday, but they’re one tough nut to crack and they have capable attackers who can cause problems for their visitors.

Hassan Ali Saad and Mohamad Jalal Kdouh will play huge roles in trying to create attacking opportunities for Lebanon, while Bassel Jradi is another player who has an eye for goals.

History

Korea Republic have been assertive against Lebanon in their head-to-heads. In their last 11 matches prior to Thursday, the Taeguk Warriors won seven times while the Cedars have only won once along with three draws.

The only win for Lebanon happened in the 2014 World Cup qualifiers, and it was a memorable one since they upset Korea Republic with a scoreline of 2-1 to advance to the final round.

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Because of the upset, Korea Republic sacked manager Cho Kwang-Rae following a barrage of criticism for his team’s lacklustre performance despite being the heavily favoured side to advance to the fourth round.

These two sides last met in September 2021 where Korea Republic escaped with an uninspiring 1-0 victory as Kwon Chang-Hoon scored the lone goal at the hour mark.

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Lebanon vs Korea Republic Korea Republic Asian Handicap -0.75 @ 1.71
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Despite missing some key players, Korea Republic remain favourites in the updated World Cup 2022 odds.The Taeguk Warriors are installed at 1.49 to win, while Lebanon are the underdogs at 5.80 and a draw is at 3.60 in the 1X2 market.

The hosts can certainly give their visitors problems just like before, but since their previous meeting, Korea Republic have had a huge improvement in their overall form.

Korea Republic’s dominant international friendly wins over Iceland and Moldova should serve as a reminder on how much damage they can cause. And unfortunately for the Cedars, they’re likely to be on the receiving end this Thursday.

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World Cup 2022: Japan Can’t Afford Slip-up Against Rivals China

Japan vs China

World Cup 2022 qualifying in Asia is going down to the wire. As things stand, Japan have a narrow one-point lead over Australia for the second automatic qualification place in Group B. Still, the Samurai Blue can’t afford to slip up at home when they host old rivals China.

The Chinese are second from bottom in the group with just one win in six games, and the World Cup 2022 betting odds will be heavily against them as they take on Japan at the Saitama Stadium.

But the Chinese held Australia to a 1-1 draw in their most recent qualifier in November, and they will surely be keen to sabotage the Samurai Blue’s World Cup hopes.

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Japan missing key defensive duo

Can Takumi Minamino help Japan secure their slot in World Cup 2022?
Japan midfielder Takumi Minamino in action during a World Cup 2022 qualifier against Oman in Muscat

Japan still have a lot of work to do to qualify for their seventh straight World Cup in Qatar. The Samurai Blue are currently in second place in Group B, four points behind leaders Saudi Arabia and one point ahead of third-placed Australia.

The Japanese have won three straight qualifying games after their narrow 1-0 defeat to the Saudis. Although, they could only eke out 1-0 away wins against Vietnam and Oman. Midfielder Junya Ito scored the winning goal on both occasions.

The Japanese defence will be without two key players in captain and centre-back Maya Yoshida and Arsenal right-back Takehiro Tomiyasu due to injury. The two have been Japan’s centre-back partnership for the last few qualifiers and will be sorely missed.

In their absence, veteran right-back Hiroki Sakai could be brought in to fill in at centre-back alongside Naomichi Ueda.

Meanwhile, Japan’s attack has struggled to create too many goals in qualifying. They have scored just five times in six games. Yuya Osako will likely continue to lead the line, with Liverpool’s Takumi Minamino and Ito offering support. Minamino has been in decent form for Liverpool, with two goals and an assist in his last six appearances.

Talented 20-year-old and Olympian Takefusa Kubo (13 caps, 0 goals) has also been called up and could be a potential game-changer off the bench.

New China coach set for tough debut

China’s hopes of qualifying for Qatar are not looking good. They are second from bottom in the Group B standings with just one win, two draws, and three defeats in their first six games.

Although, the Chinese are coming into this match against rivals Japan in some sort of form after back-to-back 1-1 draws with Oman and Australia.

Unfortunately, though, those results were not enough to save head coach Li Tie’s job as he was fired last December. Li Xiaopeng has now taken over as national team coach and will look to get some positive World Cup 2022 results.

“My tactics are how to keep our dream alive after the match with Japan. We know Japan well and they have many good players. We need to focus on ourselves and play our game,” Li said.

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Veteran forward Wu Lei (27 goals in 77 caps) scored both goals as he raised his tally to four goals during the third round of qualifying.

China were expected to have some reinforcements for Wu Lei in the form of forward Fei Nanduo, but the naturalised Brazilian has returned to his home country due to family reasons and will miss the team’s upcoming qualifiers.

But the Chinese will still have two other Brazilian-born internationals in Luo Guofo and A Lan available against Japan. The 33-year-old A Lan is the most experienced of the three, scoring three goals in eight appearances for China.

History

The football rivalry between China and Japan has been quite a close one. The two countries have met each other a total of 39 times in international football, with Japan holding a very slight 16-15 edge in terms of wins, with eight draws.

The Japanese won their most recent meeting 1-0 in Doha back in September thanks to a Yuya Osako goal.

It has been over 20 years since the Chinese have claimed any sort of win over the Japanese. That came in the Dynasty Cup back in 1998.

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Japan vs China Under 2.50 @ 2.04
January 27, 18:00 (GMT+8)

SBOTOP odds have Japan installed as massive 1.20 favourites to get the home win over rivals China, who are significant 10.00 underdogs away from home. A draw is at 5.40.

The Chinese certainly have an uphill task away against the Japanese, especially with a new coach who has not had much time to implement his system.

The absence of two key defenders will hurt the Japanese, but they should still have enough talent to get the win they need. However, the Chinese will not make it easy and will likely play quite a defensive style to make this another low-scoring affair.

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World Cup 2022: Can Messi-less Argentina Keep Unbeaten Run Alive in Chile?

Chile vs Argentina

Argentina will be without talisman Lionel Messi for their upcoming World Cup 2022 qualifiers after his recent bout with Covid-19.

La Albiceleste have already qualified for Qatar and are still without defeat after 13 games. They will look to keep that unbeaten run going when they face Chile in their upcoming qualifier.

La Roja are currently in sixth in the CONMEBOL standings and are in danger of missing out on the World Cup for the first time since 2006. Can Chile take advantage of Messi’s absence and hand Argentina their first defeat in qualifying?

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Messi missing for Argentina

Reigning Ballon d’Or winner Lionel Messi has been left out of the Argentina squad for this upcoming round of World Cup qualifiers. The Paris Saint-Germain star had only recently returned from his bout with Covid, and with Argentina’s place in Qatar already secure, head coach Lionel Scaloni has decided to give the 34-year-old a bit more rest to regain his fitness.

With Messi – the third-leading scorer in South American qualifying with six goals – not in the side, the onus will be on Lautaro Martinez and Paulo Dybala to lead the Argentine attack.

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Dybala is the more in-form player of the Italy-based duo, having scored three goals in his last five appearances for Juventus. But the 28-year-old has hardly been at his best for his country and has only scored twice in 31 career caps.

Martinez has scored just once in his last six appearances for Serie A champions Inter, but he has a much better track record in international football with 17 goals in 35 caps, including five in this qualifying campaign.

Aside from Messi and injured Tottenham defender Cristian Romero, Argentina don’t have any other major absentees from their squad. Veteran Angel Di Maria, Leandro Paredes, Rodrigo De Paul, and Giovani Lo Celso are all available in midfield, while Nicolas Otamendi will continue to marshall the Argentine defence.

Chile’s World Cup hopes in doubt

Chile’s World Cup 2022 odds of qualifying are looking uncertain at the moment. They are currently sixth in the South American standings, although they are just one point behind Colombia for the fourth and final automatic spot.

La Roja lost their most recent qualifier 0-2 to Ecuador, which snapped a run of three straight wins. Midfielder Arturo Vidal was sent off after just 13 minutes and will now be suspended against Argentina.

Vidal’s absence is a huge blow for Chile. The 34-year-old has 32 goals in 131 international caps, and he has provided his share of World Cup 2022 highlights with a team-leading four goals in qualifying.

Chile will rely on Alexis Sanchez to get a positive result in their next tough World Cup 2022 qualifier
Chile’s Alexis Sanchez and Arturo Vidal celebrate after Paraguay’s Antony Silva scored an own goal in their recent World Cup qualifier

Record goalscorer Alexis Sanchez (46 goals in 144 caps) is fit to play, though, and he has been in fine form for Inter, scoring four goals over his last eight appearances.

The similarly in-form Ben Brereton will likely partner Sanchez up front. The Blackburn Rovers striker is second in the EFL Championship with 20 goals and has scored twice in his last three appearances for his country.

Meanwhile, Chile have been quite decent defensively despite wing-back Mauricio Isla (33 years old) and centre-back Gary Medel (34) getting up in age.

Goalkeeper and captain Claudio Bravo, 38, has conceded just 16 times in qualifying, the fourth-best defensive record in South America.

History

Argentina have absolutely dominated Chile over the years. They have won an astounding 61 of 94 matches, with Chile winning just eight.

Two of Chile’s wins have come in the last seven years, but both have come on penalties in the Copa America.

Moreover, Argentina and Chile have drawn each of their last three meetings, including back-to-back 1-1 draws in June 2021.

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SBOTOP odds have Chile priced as narrow 2.59 favourites at home, while Argentina are pegged at 2.78 to win without Messi. A draw is at 2.99.

While Argentina are still quite formidable with no Messi in the squad, they might not have all that much motivation to go all out to win against Chile since they have already qualified. Meanwhile, Chile are still fighting for their lives and will be keen to give the Argentines a good battle.

That’s why I anticipate another hard-fought contest between the two sides, with the match ending in another draw.

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World Cup 2022: Honduras Plan to Play Spoilers Against Pacesetters Canada

Honduras vs Canada

Two nations who are at the opposite sides of the CONCACAF World Cup 2022 qualifying table are set to go toe-to-toe once more this Thursday evening at the Estadio Olimpico.

Canada are looking to assert themselves over the rest of the pack by extending their table lead with yet another win. As of this writing, they have 16 points while USA and Mexico are right behind them at 15 and 14.

Honduras, on the other hand, are languishing at the bottom with only three points to show after the first eight matches. They are likely unable to join the festivities in Qatar, so it’s all about salvaging some pride at this point.

The pre-match SBOTOP betting odds have the Maple Leafs as the favourites to win in this fixture, albeit only via a small margin.

The reason why it is so is because their previous meeting ended in a highly competitive affair, and perhaps we might see a similar outcome anew.

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Honduras won’t go down without a fight

Los Catrachos have had a bad campaign in the World Cup 2022 qualifiers. Heading into this contest, they’ve lost five straight matches in all formats.

Hernan Dario Gomez tried to prepare his men for Thursday by competing against Colombia in an international friendly last Monday, but to no avail as they were defeated 2-1.

Granted, that both teams didn’t field in their best starting XI, Honduras’ lack of chances in the said fixture (only one shot on target) is a big red flag.

CF Montreal striker Romell Quioto projects to address that issue since he is their main protagonist in the final third. The 30-year-old has 12 goals in 54 international appearances for Hondura.

Joining him up front is the young Edwin Rodriguez who offers searing pace, while Colorado Rapids’ Bryan Acosta and Bordeaux’s Alberth Elis will man the midfield.

Former Wigan Athletic defender and skipper Maynor Figueroa is relentless as they come despite his advancing age, and he’ll link up with FC Motagua’s Carlos Melendez to form their centre-half partnership.

Canada have gaps to fill

Canada are having a renaissance of sorts with their golden generation of young talent, and they’re here to stay as a force to be reckoned with in the CONCACAF for the foreseeable future.

The Maple Leafs are the only unbeaten team left through the first eight qualifying games (W4, D4), and they would certainly fancy their chances of getting another road win after they did it against the likes of Mexico, USA, and Jamaica.

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Canada’s Stephen Eustaquio celebrates with Junior Hoilett following their 1-4 win over Haiti during the 2021 CONCACAF Gold Cup

However, they’ll have to confront the fact that some of their players won’t be available in this fixture.

Alphonso Davies’ absence leaves a glaring hole on the left side as he wasn’t included in John Herdman’s lineup due to a myocarditis diagnosis after a bout with COVID-19. Other than Davies, midfielder Stephen Eustaquio is also out since he’s positive for the coronavirus.

With the two of them out, there’ll be more opportunities for Jonathan David and CONCACAF Gold Cup standout Tajon Buchanan to create more World Cup 2022 highlights for Canada.

History

History favours Honduras in their overall head-to-heads against Canada. In their last 13 matches before this Thursday, Los Catrachos have the major edge with six wins while the Maple Leafs have only won twice along with five draws.

Canada have yet to defeat Honduras in quite some time as their last victory dates back to November 2015.

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Nothing would be more satisfying for the visitors than getting a compelling victory against their hosts this Thursday, especially since Honduras gave Canada their second-worst loss in national team history.

The Maple Leafs suffered a humiliating 8-1 loss to Los Catrachos which extinguished their World Cup qualifying hopes on October 2012.

Their previous meeting took place last September where both sides shared the spoils in a 1-1 draw as Cyle Larin and Alexander Lopez scored one penalty each.

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Canada only hold a slim edge over Honduras in the latest World Cup 2022 odds. They are installed to win 2.12, but Honduras aren’t far behind at 3.25 and chances for a draw are priced at 3.10 in the 1X2 market.

The Maple Leafs are vying for more points since it would ultimately confirm their tickets to Qatar, so we see them going hard against Los Catrachos for this contest.

Although we expect them to win since they have the better recent form, this won’t be a walk in the park for Canada since Honduras enter this match with nothing to lose.

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World Cup 2022: It’s All To Play For In CONMEBOL World Cup Qualifiers

Colombia vs Peru

I have had the pleasure of watching Colombia on three occasions in the last three and a half years.

One was on a tense evening in Russia when the South Americans pushed England all the way before bowing out in a penalty shoot-out defeat in the World Cup.

The most recent was the following summer when they edged out Paraguay in the Copa America in a group match by which time they had already reached the quarter-finals.

Fast forward two and a half years and the stakes remain high again with World Cup qualifying at stake and potentially five teams vying for one automatic place.

That’s because Brazil and Argentina have already qualified for Qatar 2022 and Ecuador are in a healthy position leaving Los Cafeteros vying with Peru, Chile, Uruguay and Bolivia for that all important final CONMEBOL qualification berth.

The top four teams will earn a direct spot at football’s showpiece tournament later this year while the fifth-ranked side will advance to an intercontinental play-off.

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With only goal difference separating these two nations (Colombia are fourth and Peru fifth), you don’t need me to tell you how important this clash is in Barranquilla.

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Certainly, there is scope for plenty of World Cup qualifying highlights.

The hosts start as favourites but they will know they face a buoyant Peruvian side hot on the heels of back-to-back qualifying victories in November.

Ricardo Gareca’s side have proven an entertaining watch and their rise to 22nd in the FIFA world rankings (Colombia are 16th) has surprised me.

This already represents a triumph for Peru, who were bottom of the table when the action resumed in September. Just as he did with the 2016 Copa Centenario, Gareca used last year’s Copa America to regroup and rally and Peruvian football now has a swagger about it.

Colombia should still be far too strong though with the likes of James Rodriguez, Radamel Falcao, Porto forward Luis Diaz and Juventus winger Juan Cuadrado in their ranks.

Midfielder Victor Cantillo has also been called up with the 28-year-old’s inclusion following the withdrawals of Bournemouth midfielder Jefferson Lerma and Atalanta forward Luis Muriel (Covid-19).

For Peru, there remains no Paolo Guerrero as he continues his recovery from injury, although watch out for Italian-born Peruvian Gianluca Lapadula who is fast becoming a new icon for the national team.

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They will surely need more than that though in their bid to reach successive World Cups after a 26-year absence.

History

Since they met for the very first time in the hitherto unknown Bolivarian Games, a match Peru won 4-2, there has usually been plenty of excitement when these two meet.

Colombia certainly hold the recent upper hand with Peru winning only one of their last 12 clashes.

That is fairly fresh in the memory though as it came in the Copa America last summer when Sergio Pena and an own goal sealed a 2-1 success. Miguel Borja replied for Colombia with a penalty.

Colombia gained revenge just a few weeks later with a 3-2 victory in the tournament’s third-place play-off as goals from Cuadrado and Diaz (two), including a last-minute winner, sealed the bronze medal position.

Yoshimar Yotún and Gianluca Lapadula had kept Peru in the hunt.

The last time Peru won on Colombian soil was in 2011 – a 2-0 win in the Copa America quarter-finals.

Overall, Colombia have 27 wins, Peru 19 triumphs and there have been a further 22 draws.

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Colombia start as clear favourites with the SBOTOP World Cup qualifying betting odds backing them First Half 1X2 @ 2.48, 1X2 @ 1.71, First Half Asian Handicap – 0.25 @ 1.96 and Asian Handicap -0.75 @ 1.97.

Given the attractive odds, optimistic Peruvians may well fancy putting a wager on their team which include First Half 1X2 @ 4.70, 1X2 @ 5.00, First Half Asian Handicap +0.25 @ 1.94 and Asian Handicap +0.50 @ 2.25.

A repeat of that most recent meeting – Correct Score 3-2 – is on offer at a staggering @ 42.00, while a re-run of their last meeting in Colombia, Correct Score 2-0, is available @ 6.60.

Goals are anticipated judging by over 2.25 goals @ 2.13 but total goal 0-1 @ 2.37 is also appealing for a pay day, as is the 1X2 Draw @ 3.35 and Double Chance Peru or Draw @ 2.02.

I am going to go for a Colombia victory, despite the resurgence of Peru.

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World Cup 2022: The Road to Qatar Looms Ever Closer

USA vs El Salvador

The road to Qatar and World Cup 2022 qualifying is about to hot up in the CONCACAF.

That’s because it’s time for the penultimate qualifying window for Qatar 2022 as the USA put their unbeaten run against El Salvador on the line.

Lower.com Field in Columbus, Ohio, is the venue for a meeting between two nations who are, on paper, poles apart.

However, should the unexpected happen, then the World Cup dreams of the Stars n’ Stripes could be about to come tumbling down.

Talking Points

In theory, that should not even happen.

The US have six matches remaining to book their place in this autumn’s soccer showpiece.

While they have a point advantage over Mexico in the standings and have leaders Canada in their sights, by contrast only Honduras are keeping El Salvador off the bottom of the standings.

The fact the US were able to defeat Mexico in November shows they still have what it takes to beat the leading North American rivals.

Gregg Berhalter’s men have not always looked impressive but are in a solid position to reach international football’s grandest stage of all after missing out in 2018.

What’s more, with home advantage in this one, it would be a shock of mighty proportions if the Yanks, unbeaten in their last 18 matches played on American soil, were to be defeated.

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Mexico coach Gerardo Martino with El Salvador coach Hugo Perez during the CONCACAF Qualifierss

La Selecta have never ever beaten the US and, while head coach Hugo Perez led his team to a run of good results early in 2021, with FC Tulsa striker Joaquin Rivas looking lively up front, they have stuttered over the past six months with just one victory since July.

Yes, they have missed David Rugamas, who found the back of the net eight times in the earlier qualifying stages but has not featured in this phase of the competition.

But it is far more than that.

In what may be a sign of their frustration, El Salvador have committed 63 fouls in their last four qualifying matches, while also picking up two red cards.

All in all, the World Cup qualifying highlights this Thursday should belong to the States.

History

As you would expect, this fixture has produced one of the most one-sided set of results in the game.

The nations have met 24 times since first locking horns in 1977 and the USA have won on 19 occasions with the other five encounters ending all square.

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The most recent clash, in qualifying in September, saw El Salvador hold their opponents in a hard fought goalless draw in San Salvador.

Nine months earlier in the States, albeit in a friendly, saw a romp as the Americans ran out 6-0 winners in Fort Lauderdale when Paul Arriola, Chris Mueller (two), Sebastian Lletget, Ayo Akinola and Brenden Aaronson were the goal-getters.

The goalless draw four months ago actually broke a cycle of five straight wins for the USA in this fixture, including a 2-0 win in 2017 in the CONCACAF Gold Cup quarter-final when Omar González and Eric Lichaj were on target.

In fact, you have to go back to 1989 for the last time Peru avoided defeat on American soil – a goalless draw in qualification for the 1990 World Cup.

The very first meeting was a friendly in 1977 in El Salvador when goals from Greg Villa and Rick Davis earned the States a 2-1 win.

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The SBOTOP World Cup qualifying betting odds reflect the history, not to mention the gap of 69 places between them in the world rankings (USA 11th, El Salvador 70th).

The hosts are available in a variety of ways, such as First Half 1X2 @ 1.74, 1X2 @ 1.24, First Half Asian Handicap -0.75 @ 2.08 and Asian Handicap -1.75 @ 2.07.

The contrast with El Salvador is clear as they are priced First Half 1X2 @ 7.60, 1X2 @ 10.00, First Half Asian Handicap +0.75 @ 1.80, Asian Handicap +1.50 @ 2.13.

Even the draw @ 5.20 is not expected, four months after their stalemate.

Goals are not necessarily anticipated given there have been some low scoring affairs and the USA have hardly been prolific in qualifying so far with 12 goals in eight games.

Over 2.50 goals @ 1.96 and total goal 2-3 @ 1.85 contrast with total goal 0-1 @ 3.05 and 4-6 @ 3.35.

Double Chance El Salvador or Draw @ 3.50 or another goalless draw – Correct Score 0-0 – will pay out @ 9.75.

I cannot see past a USA success from start to finish and my *** tip is First Half Asian Handicap -0.75 @ 2.08.

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World Cup 2022: The Reggae Boyz Are Out to Stop El Tri

Jamaica vs Mexico

Jamaica have only once qualified for the World Cup but what an indelible mark they made.

In fact, I remember the summer of 1998 in France well as the ‘Reggae Boyz’ and their colourful football and fans became the second favourite team of many.

The first English speaking Caribbean nation to qualify for the finals, they gained thousands of new followers along the way and helped create a carnival atmosphere.

It was so special and that was reflected by the declaration of a national holiday the day after they qualified. If you think that was something, you should have heard the sound they made when Robbie Earle scored their first-ever goal on the grandest stage of all.

Regardless of the result this week, their World Cup 2022 qualifying hopes have long ended, but could they turn back the clock and put a dent in the hopes of a fellow rival?

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World Cup 2022: Jamaica are determined to give Mexico a hard time in their upcoming qualifier
Jamaica’s Damion Lowe and Liam Moore jump for the ball during a Concacaf Gold Cup match against Costa Rica in July 2021

The nation they host is Mexico, the hosts of the first-ever World Cup I witnessed and watched with amazement as a schoolboy in 1986.

Since then, they have reached all bar one tournament, reaching the last 16 on each occasion.

So against Jamaica, who have only one qualifying victory so far, El Tri will be confident of creating World Cup 2022 highlights.

They need to respond after November defeats against the United States and Canada turned what seemed a smooth ride into a more precarious one.

All this will be played out in front of an empty National Stadium in Kingston, which will be closed to fans due to local Covid-19 protocols.

The hosts will be without the services of exciting winger Leon Bailey through injury but, after netting his first two goals for his country in November, West Ham’s Michail Antonio could be one of the home side’s main goal threats.

Boss Paul Hall has a number of options in defence, including centre-backs Ethan Pinnock and Liam Moore.

Mexico will be without the suspended Hirving Lozano, while there are fitness doubts over Raul Jimenez, Jesus Corona and Osvaldo Rodriguez.

Of the three, Jimenez is the most unlikely to feature amid reports the Wolverhampton Wanderers striker may not play in the whole international break, which involves three matches for both.

How they could do with his goals against Jamaica who, despite their lowly position, are unbeaten in their last four qualifiers.

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Jamaica have only beaten Mexico on five occasions but one of those victories came in their last competitive meeting.

That was in 2017 when a late Kemar Lawrence goal settled the Gold Cup semi-final in their favour.

Since then, they have only met once. That was in September earlier in the qualifying campaign when Mexico ran out 2-1 winners courtesy of goals from Alexis Vega and Henry Martin (again a late winner) with Shamar Nicholson replying for undermanned Jamaica.

The last time they met on Jamaican soil in a World Cup qualifier was in 2013 when a solitary Aldo de Nigris goal earned Mexico a narrow win.

Before that, it was role reversal as a goal from Ricardo Fuller gave Jamaica the points against the Mexicans then managed by Sven Goran Eriksson.

Overall, Mexico have 20 successes in this fixture, including in eight of their first nine clashes (the first in 1962), and there have been three draws.

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As the road to Qatar looms ever closer, Mexico could really do with all three points here.

The SBOTOP World Cup 2022 qualifying betting odds certainly back them to do so.

El Tri can be backed 1X2 @1.69 and Asian Handicap -1.00 @ 2.29 and even First Half 1X2 @ 2.39 and First Half Asian Handicap -0.25 @ 1.95.

Jamaica are priced well adrift compared to that with the variety of odds including First Half 1X2 @ 5.20, 1X2 @ 4.80, First Half Asian Handicap 0.00 @ 3.00 and Asian Handicap +0.50 @ 2.25.

Given the hosts’ recent defensive improvement, perhaps we should not expect too many goals with over 2.25 goals @ 2.11, total goal 0-1 @ 2.36, 2-3 @ 1.84 and 4-6 @ 4.80 among the options.

Double Chance Jamaica or Draw @ 2.02, 1X2 Draw @ 3.35 and another 2-1 Mexico success – with Correct Score – @ 7.40 have all been considered by me.

I do think Mexico will narrowly edge this but only after an improved showing from the hosts in the second half.

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World Cup 2022: Red Cards, High Drama, and Peril for Chile

It’s hot enough out in South America. But when the continent’s biggest football nations collide, the temperature goes off the scale and the atmosphere reaches fever pitch.

And this week we watched some huge results roll in as tempers flared and the stars delivered as two players were sent off in the clash between third-placed Ecuador and leaders Brazil.

While in the clash of the round, Argentina beat Chile 2-1 to make it 28 matches unbeaten over the past two years for the Albiceleste, but the loss put a big dent in La Roja’s qualification hopes.

The top four of the World Cup 2022 CONMEBOL group will qualify automatically with the fifth place team playing off against a team from the Asian confederation, and that may be the best Chile can hope for after goals from Angel Di Maria and Lautaro Martinez gave Argentina all three points.

Brereton Diaz replied for La Roja but their hopes look increasingly slim, while Argentina and Brazil have already packed their bags for Qatar.

Ecuador are no World Cup pushover

Here at SBOTOPwe tipped a draw for the match between Ecuador and Brazil and so it turned out as a Felix Torres header 15 minutes from time earned a crucial point for La Tri after Casemiro had given Brazil an early lead.

Ecuador will feel they could have had all three points but they had a goal chalked off and two penalties overturned by VAR, including one in the dying seconds of the match.

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Casemiro’s goal came after just five minutes when he smashed the ball home in a goalmouth scramble and it all seemed to be going pear-shaped for the hosts when their keeper Alexander Dominguez saw red for a poor challenge.

But the numbers evened up with only 20 minutes gone as Spurs right-back Emerson Royal picked up his second yellow in quick succession.

Ecuador’sWorld Cup 2022 resultshave given them a brilliant chance of qualifying for the World Cup for the fourth time and they are sitting in third place, which is seven points clear of seventh-placed Colombia who have a game in hand.

With matches against Peru, Paraguay, and a home fixture against Argentina to come, a win and a draw should be enough for La Tri to make their travel plans for Qatar.

VAR loves Liverpool players

Fans of Premier League clubs outside the self anointed ‘Big Six’ have quickly come to realise that the advancement of video technology is not the answer to all their problems, and they understandably had fears that the richest clubs, more often than not, get the big decisions have not been eased much.

Well, the trend followed Liverpool stopper Alisson who was sent off twice in the game with Ecuador only to have his red cards rescinded on both occasions by the video ref, which was hard to stomach for La Tri who had the rough end of it all night.

Brazil are in the pack of leading contenders according to the World Cup 2022 betting odds.And if VAR is as kind to them in the Middle East, then they have every chance. 

Suarez still delivers for Uruguay

Luis Suarez's superb strike boosts World Cup 2022 qualification hopes for Uruguay
Luis Suarez celebrates after scoring for Uruguay in the match against Paraguay

A 1-0 win away to Panama means Uruguay sit in fourth place in the CONMEBOL table and new head coach Diego Alonso can feel happy with his work, and that of talisman Luis Suarez.

The veteran Atletico Madrid striker took a pass from Diego Godin and fired in a stunner to win the game in the 65th-minute.

Paraguay keeper Antony Silva could only watch as Suarez showed he still has what it takes at the very top level. But the match ended on a sour note for Paraguay as centre-back Gustavo Gomez was sent off.

Fiveway battle for the final qualifying place

Uruguay have plenty of work to do, though, since they sit in fourth place but only three points ahead of seventh-placed Chile, with Colombia and Peru in between. And Bolivia, who are one place and a point behind Chile but with a game in hand, will still have hopes of qualifying, or at least making the play-off place.

Paraguay, in ninth and with only three games left, probably have too much to do but a play-off spot is not entirely out of the question.

Next up, there is a huge game when Colombia host Peru when the winner will leapfrog Uruguay into fourth place, but a draw would leave both teams sitting outside the top four and Alonso’s team hanging on with three rounds to play. Meanwhile, Bolivia could make some progress when they travel to bottom nation Venezuela.

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World Cup 2022: The North American Summit

Canada vs USA

World Cup 2022: Canada vs USApitches together the top two sides in the CONCACAF table; both are well on the way to qualification, along with Mexico, and while this isn’t a ‘Winner Takes All’ clash, the victors will take hold of the top place with just four games to play.

The hosts come into the match on the back of an impressive 2-0 win over Honduras, while the USA narrowly beat El Salvador 1-0, in a game they really should have won more convincingly, and the Maple Leafs will fancy their chances when the two sides meet in Hamilton on Sunday.

The pre-match Canada vs USA betting oddsare telling us this is a tough game to call, with all three results in play and all at a price lower than odds of 3.00. And while USA sit a huge 29 places above Canada in the FIFA World Rankings (11th and 40th) this young Canada side will have plenty to say when they welcome their North American neighbours.

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Canada’s Young Guns full of confidence

The Maple Leafs are still unbeaten in the qualifiers as they lead the CONCACAF qualifying league table on 19 points from nine games with USA and Mexico, who they have already beaten 2-1, in hot pursuit.

World Cup 2022: Milan Borjan deny Honduras a goal
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John Herdman’s young side is unbeaten in nine games, unbeaten at home in 13 and they have won the last four matches on the bounce; so they have plenty of stats to back up their confident mood. We expected Honduras to play a spoiling game against Canada but there was little they could do when the Maple Leafs constructed a brilliant goal to double their lead following an early own goal by the hosts. Veteran Keeper Milan Borjan made a brilliant save to preserve their advantage and then Canada’s young stars took the game away from Honduras.

22 year old Brugges striker Tajon Buchanan won the ball with a high press and released midfielder Liam Fraser. The 23 year old launched a pin point 40 yard ball which Jonathan David controlled with his head, before chipping the keeper with a beauty of a finish. The Lille striker has just turned 22 and he looks a real talent. Herdman was delighted, saying: “We knew we could be really dangerous in transition. I thought that’s where we were clinical tonight.

USA beat the chill to stay in touch

Gregg Berhalter’s USA had to endure freezing temperatures as they squeezed past El Salvador, but the hard fought win kept them just a point behind Canada and another victory in Hamilton would see the Stars and Stripes go top. At 29F it equalled the record low temperature for a home international as Fulham defender Antonee Robinson scored the crucial goal on 52 minutes which left the US on 18 points and in second place.

Berhalter has some young stars of his own to match the Maple Leafs. Juventus midfielder Weston McKennie , Lille striker Timothy Weah and Barcelona wingback Sergino Dest could all make an appearance on Sunday and, should the Stars and Stripes make it to Qatar as expected they will be players to watch…but then in stifling heat!

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The 1986 World Cup is the only appearance Canada have made at a world finals, in stark contrast to the USA who have made ten appearances and even made the semi-final, 92 years ago in 1930.

While there’s little to choose between the two nations for this game, the Stars and Stripes have had the better of the head to head Canada vs USA resultswinning six to Canada’s one of the 11 encounters since 2005, the other four games being drawn.

The last meeting, in September, ended in a 1-1 draw when Kyle Larin equalised after Brenden Aaronson had given the Stars and Stripes a second half lead. And the last encounter on Canadian soil, back in 2019, was an historic night as 17,000 fans saw Alphonso Davies score a first goal against the US since 2007; and when Lucas Cavallini scored to make it 2-0 that confirmed a first Canadian victory over their neighbours in 34 long years.

In terms of recent form, both nations have won four of the last six games; while Canada are unbeaten, the USA has draw one and lost one, away to Panama in October.

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January 31, 04:05 (GMT+8)

At a SBOTOP price of 2.42 the Stars and Stripes are marginally favourites to win this neighbourly tussle, while Canada are at 2.68 and the draw is 2.92

We’re set for an entertaining encounter with plenty of young talent on display on each side, but the Maple Leafs have been so strong on home soil I suspect they will keep their unbeaten run going and hold on to top spot.

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World Cup 2022: Northern American’s Finest Reaching Critical Qualifying Point

Mexico vs Costa Rica

I covered all Costa Rica matches at the last World Cup and, although they didn’t progress out of their group, they gave a good account of themselves.

Their 2-2 draw with Switzerland was one such example but it was actually in defeat when their character shown through, despite the petulance of one of the world’s top players (supposedly).

I’ve not followed them since but now, as Los Ticos try and save their World Cup 2022 qualifying bid four years on, I’m secretly hoping they return to football’s biggest stage of all for their colourful and passionate fans deserve to.

They face a tough test against Mexico in the Azteca this weekend mind.

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The central Americans helped their qualifying hopes with a narrow victory over Panama yesterday thanks to a Bryan Ruiz goal which moved them to within two points of their opponents (placed fourth in the standings).

Meanwhile, two late goals in three minutes helped Mexico come from behind to defeat 10-man Jamaica at Independence Park in Kingston.

Mexico are currently at the third spot in the CONCACAF World Cup 2022 table
Mexico fans cheering for their team outside the Independence Park

That kept them in third place in the qualifying table where there are three direct tickets to the World Cup granted by the North, Central American and Caribbean zone.

The fourth-placed team will go to an intercontinental play-off against a nation from Oceania in June, something Costa Rica will be targeting at the expense of Panama.

That is why this match is so important as they strive to return to the world’s stage.

It was that stage on which my first memory of them stems from, going back to Italia 90 when they shocked the world and helped send Scotland packing at the group stage.

Los Ticos have finished in second spot in the final stage of World Cup qualifying over their previous two campaigns, but they will have their work cut out to finish in that same position this time around, currently trailing the USA by six points and leaders Canada by seven.

This clash could also see two Mexicans near international milestones.

Andres Guardado is inching closer to the all-time caps record for El Tri and has 172, five fewer than Claudio Suarez. Meanwhile, if selected, goalkeeper Guillermo Ochoa will move into a tie with Carlos Salcedo for sixth in the all-time appearances list with 124 caps in a Mexican national shirt.

There’ll be little time for records on Sunday though – the points are all that matters as the race to secure those all-inclusive spots in Qatar hots up.

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History

Out of 58 matches in which they have met, Mexico have only been beaten by Costa Rica on seven occasions.

The Central American and Caribbean Games Final in El Salvador in 1935 was their first ever clash which resulted in a 2-0 Mexican win – and they have won most encounters since.

Thirty-four in fact with a further 17 draws, including seven of their last eight matches (two via a penalty shoot-out).

The most recent was in San Jose in September when a Orbelin Pineda penalty on the stroke of half-time settled the contest in Mexico’s favour.

In fact, you have to go back to 2013 when Costa Rica last tasted victory over the Mexicans when Ruiz and Alvaro Saborio were the men on target in a 2-1 triumph.

What they would give for such World Cup qualifying highlights this weekend as that has been their only victory in 23 matches stretching back to 2001.

That was also the last time they won on Mexican soil when late goals from Rolando Fonseca and Hernan Medford did the damage.

Both sides qualified for the tournament the following summer.

Betting Tip

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January 31, 07:00 (GMT+8)

Mexico have home advantage and are clear favourites with the SBOTOP World Cup qualifying betting odds.

The odds back them First Half 1X2 @ 1.90, First Half Asian Handicap -0.50 @ 1.91, 1X2 @ 1.34 and Asian Handicap -1.50 @ 2.17.

Costa Rica are on offer First Half 1X2 @ 6.80, First Half Asian Handicap +0.50 @ 1.97, 1X2 @ 8.25 and Asian Handicap +1.25 @ 2.02.

The 1X2 draw is on offer @ 4.30.

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If there’s to be goals then look at over 2.50 goals @ 2.16, total goal 0-1 @ 2.71, 2-3 @ 1.86 and 4-6 @ 3.85.

Double Chance Costa Rica or Draw will pay out @ 2.90.

I think this will be a tight affair and I am plumping for over 2.50 goals @ 2.16 as a *** tip.

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World Cup 2022: My Five January Picks

The Qatar World Cup 2022 doesn’t start until the back end of the year; but we’re already into 2022 and you know how quickly time flies; so I’m going to get in early and take a look at the nations who will, in my opinion, shine brightly when the football showcase begins.

I’ll take a look at this piece in 12 months time and see just how close, or how far away, I am. I reckon I can find the winner from five picks and I’m going to take a punt on one outsider. So if I can predict three of the four semi-finalists then I’d say that’s a success.

Here goes…

Two red hot prospects…

Brazil

Nobody in their right mind would have five chances to pick the 2022 winner and leave out the Samba Boys of Brazil. The five times World Cup winners and nine times Copa America champions are managed by former Corinthians boss Tite, and the 60 year old master strategist has a sparkling array of talent from front to back.

As the last line of defence he can choose from the Premier League’s finest, Liverpool’s Alisson and Manchester City’s Ederson. Alisson had two red cards rescinded in the Selecao’s 1-1 draw with Ecuador last week but he is normally the most reliable of stoppers while Ederson’s distribution is second to none. With PSG’s Marquinhos at the back, Real Madrid’s Casemiro in midfield and Neymar up front they have superstars everywhere. Look out for Leeds United winger Raphinha who is fast becoming a Selecao favourite.

France

Italy and England might both fancy their chances in Qatar but the early World Cup 2022 betting oddsare backing the reigning champions to push Brazil all the way… and I agree. Les Bleus are the boys for the big occasion and Europe’s best chance of success.

Head coach Didier Deschamps was a playing legend and he understands his own players implicitly, even managing to get a tune out of Manchester United’s midfield enigma Paul Pogba. France were unbeaten in a tough qualifying group containing Ukraine, and the conveyor belt of talent keeps on delivering. Young stars such as centre backs Jules Kounde and Dayot Upamecano, and 22 year old striker Moussa Diaby have joined the band of proven winners.

Kylian Mbappe announced himself at the 2018 World Cup, scoring France’s fourth goal in their final victory over Croatia and, now 23, he’s a good bet for the Golden Boot.

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Two very serious contenders…

Spain

Luis Enrique’s Spain came through their group with flying colours, seeing off a challenge from tough operators Sweden and Greece, and they have a good chance of going deep into the competition in Qatar. They were very unlucky to lose to eventual winners Italy in the Euro 2020 semi-final; having totally bossed the game with 65 per cent possession and 16 shots to seven they cruelly went out on penalties. 

Manchester City’s defensive midfielder Rodri could be a key figure, as could his domestic team-mate Aymeric Laporte in the heart of defence. Leipzig’s Dani Olmo and Valencia’s Carlos Soler provide the running in midfield while forward Alvaro Morata is due a big tournament, and 22 year old Milan striker Brahim Diaz could well be the breakout star.

Can Spain emulate their 2010 success and emerge as champions? I think they may fall just short but they’ll certainly be worth watching. 

Argentina

With 153 caps and 80 goals for the Albiceleste the great Lionel Messi could bow out from international football at the World Cup; and what a story it would be if he lifted the famous trophy. Head coach Lionel Scaloni can rely on the 35 year-old’s fitness, and he still has the magic in his boots to win any game.

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Argentina forward Lionel Messi will be 35 at the start of the World Cup 2022

Alongside Messi, Lautaro Martinez is one player who can write some World Cup 2022 newsheadlines. The 24 year old Inter Milan striker has 18 goals from 36 internationals and he’s in great club form, as is Atletico Madrid’s wide man Angel Correa.

Having ended their 28 year trophy drought by beating Brazil in the 2021 Copa America, the Argentines will no longer lose in their heads. They can only be beaten on the grass, and that’s easier said than done.

And a dark horse…

Netherlands

It’s so good to see the Oranje back on the world stage after they failed to qualify for Russia 2018. They have come back much stronger and Juventus’ Matthijs de Ligt and Liverpool’s Virgil van Dijk form arguably the best centre back partnership in world football. With Barcelona’s Frenkie de Jong in midfield and Borussia Dortmund’s Donyell Malen up front, a new generation of Dutch footballers are set to win fans world wide.

So friends, the road to Qatar is looming ever closer and there’s a whole host of domestic football to enjoy in the meantime, the climax of the 2021/22 campaigns and the start of 2022/23. Here at SBOTOP we’ll be across all the action every step of the way and then we’ll be at the winter World Cup; and I bet these five teams will play a big part in an extravaganza of footy delight. And one of them will win it… 

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World Cup 2022: Second-string Selecao Take on Second from Bottom Paraguay

Brazil vs Paraguay

Brazil’s lead at the top of South America’s World Cup 2022 qualifying standings has been cut to four points after being held to a 1-1 draw by Ecuador.

With Brazil already qualified for Qatar, Tite gave several players a chance to play last time out. Will he field another makeshift Selecao side when they take on Paraguay at home in their upcoming qualifier?

But despite missing Neymar and other first-team regulars, the World Cup 2022 betting odds still have the Brazilians favoured heavily at home against Paraguay, who are second-from-bottom in qualifying.

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Brazil backups could get another run-out

Brazil suffered a rare qualifying setback as they drew 1-1 away to Ecuador last time out. It was just the Selecao’s third draw in this qualifying campaign, although their lead over second-placed Argentina has been cut to just four points.

With their qualifying spot in Qatar secured and star forward Neymar out injured, Brazil coach Tite made several changes to his starting lineup to give other players a chance to impress.

Atletico Madrid’s Matheus Cunha, Real Madrid’s Vinicius Jr and Leeds United’s Raphinha all started alongside Aston Villa’s Philippe Coutinho in attack, but not of them stood out all that much.

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With Neymar, Roberto Firmino, and Richarlison all out, Gabriel Jesus and Coutinho are the Selecao’s leading scorers with 18 goals apiece.

Tottenham right-back Emerson Royal also got a rare start, but he got a red card and will be suspended against Paraguay. Emerson’s suspension could see newly recalled 38-year-old Dani Alves getting another start.

Meanwhile, it remains to be seen whether Tite will hand starts to other members of the squad. Bruno Guimaraes, who is rumoured to be headed to Newcastle, Antony, Gabriel Jesus, and Gabriel Barbosa are all contenders to get a starting spot in their second qualifier of the month.

Brazil’s backups will look to keep up their terrific home record in qualifying. They have won all six home games in qualifying, with 15 goals scored and just one goal conceded.

Paraguay still struggling to pick up points

Paraguay’s World Cup qualifying campaign has been quite a disappointment. They are currently second from bottom in the standings with just two wins in 15 games.

Paraguay’s most recent World 2022 results have seen them go winless in their last six games while losing four of the last five. They lost 1-0 to Uruguay last time out, with captain and centre-back Gustavo Gomez getting sent off in the 90th minute. Gomez is the country’s most experienced player with 59 caps, so his loss against Brazil will be a big loss.

Paraguay are also woefully short on attacking ability, which has been a big part of their struggles. They have scored just nine goals in 15 games, by far the fewest in qualifying.

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Newcastle’s Miguel Almiron is the team’s most high-profile attacker, but the midfielder has scored just three goals in 42 international caps.

Striker Angel Romero had a hot run with four goals early in qualifying and also had two goals in last year’s Copa America. However, he has not scored since and was not called up for this latest round of qualifiers.

Paraguay have a dreadful away record in qualifying. Since their victory against Venezuela, they have gone winless in their last six away matches, with three defeats and three defeats. They have also failed to score in each of their last five.

History

Unsurprisingly, Brazil have dominated Paraguay, 50-13, while the two have drawn 19 times. Paraguay went a stretch of four games when they drew with Brazil, but they lost twice in extra-time in the Copa America.

Brazil have since won three games in a row, with Paraguay failing to score in each one of them. They won their first World Cup qualifier 2-0 with goals from Neymar and Lucas Paqueta.

Betting Tip

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Brazil vs Paraguay Brazil Asian Handicap -1.50 @ 2.09
February 2, 08:30 (GMT+8)

SBOTOP odds have Brazil installed as significant 1.33 favourites. Paraguay are priced at 8.75 while a draw is at 4.70.

While Brazil don’t have much left to play for, a handful of players will be eager to make a better impression after their disappointing display in Ecuador.

The Selecao have superior talent, and coupled with home advantage, they should have more than enough to get past the struggling Paraguayans.

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World Cup 2022: Peru And Ecuador Aim For Qatar

Peru vs Ecuador

Fourth meets third in the CONMEBOL World Cup 2022 qualifying group when Peru hosts Ecuador in a blockbuster clash at the Estadio Nacional on Tuesday.

The hosts have been coming up on the rails in the South American qualifiers in recent weeks and currently preside in the last automatic qualifying spot, four points behind their visitors and one ahead of Uruguay who are sitting uncomfortably in the play-off place. Peru beat Colombia 1-0 last time out while Ecuador earned a point in an action packed 1-1 draw with Brazil.

World Cup: Peru vs Ecuador is the most fascinating tie of this round, with three games left to play Ecuador could seal their place in the finals with a win, and a victory for the hosts would give them a real chance of progressing while making their visitors look nervously over their shoulders.

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Peru’s Strong Jaw

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The pre-match Peru vs Ecuador betting odds rate Los Incas as favourites for this clash, and little wonder given home advantage and recent form. They made it three victories on the bounce with their shock win against Uruguay when they showed they can take real punishment and stay in a game. With 30 shots to four the Uruguay team might wonder how they lost, but Peru limited them to just two shots on target in the 90 minutes, which meant Edinson Flores’ well taken 85th minute effort took all three points in a classic smash and grab.

31-year-old keeper and skipper Pedro Gallese organised his defence superbly and they put their bodies on the line to protect their last line of defence. Head coach Ricardo Gareca was delighted, saying: “We know we depend on our efforts and this team has to fight in each final. We have another one on Tuesday and we are ready for that.” The last time Peru made the finals was in 1982 to Gareca will expect his team to battle all the way in this campaign.

Peru will have to fight Ecuador without top scorer Christian Cueva and Aldo Corzo, both suspended. So Celta Vigo midfielder Renato Tapia is likely to line up alongside DC United’s creative midfielder Flores, while Serie A fans might recognise Benevento striker Gianluca Lapadula.

Ecuador on the brink

Felix Torres aims to score his third World Cup 2022 qualifiers goal as Ecuador face Peru
Felix Torres celebrates after scoring Ecuador’s first goal against Brazil

We’re already looking forward to the World Cup finals in Qatar and Ecuador fans are at the dreaming stage after a 1-1 draw with Brazil cemented their third position and inched them closer to the finals. They could have had three points against Brazil had VAR not overturned two penalties awarded by the ref, but head coach Gustavo Alfaro can be proud of his players’ efforts. Felix Torres headed Ecuador’s equaliser after Casemiro gave the Selecao a lead. But a red card for keeper Alexander Dominguez and a yellow for talisman Enner Valencia means Ecuador will be without two of their most experienced players for the clash with Peru. Top scorer Michael Estrada will lead the line while Jorge Pinos is lined up to deputise in goal.

History

Peru have the more impressive history of the two teams; they are twice Copa America champions, the last time in 1975, and they have made the World Cup finals on five occasions.

Ecuador have reached the Copa America semi-finals on two occasions and have reached the World Cup finals three times.

Peru won the return fixture 2-1, but the most remarkable of all the Peru vs Ecuador results came over 80 years ago, way back in 1938 when the Incas recorded their biggest ever win, beating Ecuador 9-1 in Bogota, Columbia. 

Both teams come into the game unbeaten in six, and the Incas are unbeaten in six at home.

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Peru vs Ecuador 1X2 Draw @ 3.10
February 2, 10:00 (GMT+8)

At prices of 2.21 and 3.02, Peru and Ecuador will both believe they can win this game, but los Incas need the points more as they are one of a number of teams chasing the last qualifying spot, and with Uruguay and Paraguay still to play they have three huge games to contend with. If the hosts can fashion a victory then that would drag Ecuador back into the melee; so the visitors would be happy with a draw, with Paraguay and Argentina still to play.

Both teams have key players missing particularly in attack, and while Peru’s defensive prowess was on show in their last outing they will have to be incisive in attack to break down Ecuador who will be set up to frustrate. I can see the two sides cancelling each other out and another 1-1 result for La Tri, at odds of 5.22, would be just the job for them.

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World Cup 2022: Goal-Shy Colombia Need To Quickly Rediscover Their Shooting Boots

Argentina vs Colombia

World Cup 2022 qualifying for South American’s finest is well and truly reaching a climax.

Brazil and Argentina have already reached Qatar which leaves the other nations vying for the three remaining spots (two automatically, one via a play-off).

The standings see Ecuador with some wriggle room in third and Peru in the fourth and final automatic berth but there’s not much in it.

And with Uruguay, Colombia, Chile and Bolivia hot on their heels and still possessing hopes of reaching Qatar, we could be set for some World Cup qualifying highlights.

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With Argentina already qualified and missing their talisman Lionel Messi, perhaps it is a good time for Los Cafeteros to be playing the Copa America holders.

Not that they showed any signs of easing up as they damaged Chile’s qualification hopes last week (their 28th unbeaten game in a row across all competitions) when goals from Angel Di Maria and Lautaro Martinez defeated one of their fiercest rivals.

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On the same day, Colombia made life very difficult for themselves as they went down to a late home defeat to Peru on Friday night.

In a result which cost them the opportunity to climb back up to fourth, second-half substitute Edison Flores secured a smash and grab 1-0 victory away as goalkeeper David Ospina’s gaffe cost goal-shy Colombia.

Peru barely had a shot on goal all match but, five minutes from time, Ospina let Flores’s fierce effort from a tight angle beat him at his near post as Peru snatched an unlikely victory on the counter-attack.

Yes, Colombia had dominated throughout but failed to score for the sixth successive match – a run of more than 550 minutes.

After such a lack of clinical finishing for five matches in a row, how they now need to find their shooting boots or their World Cup hopes will be over.

To labour the point, against Peru, only 28 of Colombia’s shots were on target.

Four Argentine clean sheets from their last four qualifiers at home may well spell further frustration for Colombia who will be without the suspended Yerry Mina, but Argentina’s ranks will be even more depleted through four suspensions of their own.

All four – Nicolas Otamendi, Nicolas Tagliafico, Rodrigo de Paul and Leandro Paredes- are out of contention after being cautioned against Chile.

There remains much to play for in the CONMEBOL qualifiers, now more than ever.

History

Angel Di Maria scored in Argentina's recent World Cup 2022 qualifiers win against Chile
Argentina’s Angel Di Maria holding the Copa America trophy

Since Argentina thrashed Colombia in their first-ever meeting in the 1945 Copa America, it has been largely domination for the two-times world champions.

They have 24 victories to nine Colombia successes and eight draws.

On saying that, they have one win apiece and two draws in their most recent four meetings, including in last summer’s Copa semi-final when the teams drew 1-1 before Argentina prevailed on spot-kicks en route to winning the competition.

In that game, Martinez put them ahead before an equaliser from Luis Diaz forced extra-time and the subsequent penalty shoot-out

A month earlier they had met in World Cup qualifying in Barranquilla when the Argentines raced into a 2-0 lead inside eight minutes through Cristian Romero and Leandro Paredes before a Luis Muriel penalty reduced the arrears and the Colombians levelled in the final minute through Miguel Borja.

In the 2019 Copa, Colombia – then managed by Carlos Quieroz – won 2-0 in a group game, courtesy of goals from Roger Martinez and Duvan Zapata.

You have to go back to 1993 and a famous Colombian victory to the last time they won on Argentine soil.

On that occasion, a side containing the likes of Diego Simeone and Gabriel Batistuta were humbled on home turf as Faustino Asprilla grabbed a hattrick and inspired a 5-0 romp in Buenos Aires.

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Argentina vs Colombia 1X2 Draw @ 3.30
February 2, 07:30 (GMT+8)

The SBOTOP World Cup qualifying betting odds back the already qualified hosts.

That includes appealing odds such as First Half 1X2 @ 2.70, 1X2 @ 1.94, First Half Asian Handicap -0.25 @ 2.17 and Asian Handicap -0.75 @ 2.21.

Colombia have their own attractive odds too, including First Half 1X2 @ 4.40, 1X2 @ 3.80, Asian Handicap +0.50 @ 1.97.

As with so many matches, Total Goal 2-3 is pretty standard which is reflected in the odds @ 1.83.

Yet look at Total Goal 0-1 @ 2.34 and 4-6 @ 4.90 to broaden your horizons or Over 2.25 goals @ 2.17.

And if you want a re-run of the last meeting (obviously there won’t be a penalty shoot-out in this one), then Correct Score 1-1 is available @ 5.80.

I can actually see it being honours even in this one.

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CONCACAF World Cup 2022: Mexico Aware of the Panama Threat

Mexico vs Panama

Third plays fourth in the CONCACAF match of the week when World Cup 2022: Mexico vs Panamais the entertainment on offer at the Estadio Azteca on Thursday.

The top three teams will qualify for the Qatar World Cup while the fourth-placed team will face an inter-confederation playoff. After a fine set of results Panama are just a single point behind Mexico and the USA who hold second place, both on 18 points while Canada is in pole position on 22.

With four games to play Panama still have the USA and Canada to play, so they will have a huge say in the final outcome, but if Mexico can see off the threat of Los Canaleros then they will take a big step towards the finals. The hosts come into the game on the back of a 0-0 draw at home to Costa Rica while Panama won at home to Jamaica 3-2, so the pressure is now on El Tri to deliver in a huge game.

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Mexico looking for their cutting edge

Mexico’s meeting with Costa Rica was never going to be a walkover but Gerardo Martino’s team would have hoped for more than a point, and the pre-match Mexico vs Panama betting odds put them right at the front in this next game against Panama. He has an experienced group of players, led by midfield general Hector Herrera, with some talented strikers playing in Europe’s best leagues.

World Cup 2022: Jesus Corona made it to the scoresheet in Mexico's 1-1 draw against Panama
Jesus Corona in action during Mexico’s match against Costa Rica

Wolves forward Raul Jimenez and Napoli’s Hirving Lozano have been the mainstays up front in recent seasons, with support from Sevilla’s Jesus Corona and Martino will be relying on one of them to avoid drawing another blank.

The top two, Canada and USA came head to head last weekend and goals from Cyle Larin and Sam Adekugbe gave the young Canadian team a priceless three points, meaning the US, Mexico and Panama are in a three-way battle for two places. Now Mexico must be ruthless to see off one of their two main rivals.

Ambitious Panama have no respect for reputation

Los Canaleros are down in 63rd place in the FIFA World rankings 49 behind 14th placed Mexico but they won’t arrive at the Azteca arena with any fear whatsoever. They have already beaten USA in this campaign and, last weekend, they saw off a dangerous Jamaica side 3-2 which all but ended the Reggae Boyz’ hopes of qualification.

Panama went behind early in the game when West Ham’s prolific striker Michail Antonio gave Jamaica an early lead from the penalty spot, and when Eric Davis missed a penalty things began to look a little gloomy for Los Canaleros. But Jamaica gave them a helping hand with an own goal to level the scores before the break. Then Davis made amends for his penalty miss with a 51st minute goal, and Azmahar Ariano Navarro made it 3-1 with a sweeping finish. Jamaica’s Andre Gray halved the deficit but Panama held out for a deserved win.

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Head coach Thomas Christiansen will be delighted by the way his side attacked with great intensity, but Mexico will be hopeful they can breach a Panama defence that has not kept a clean sheet since the middle of October. El Tri have scored in six of their last seven home games and so they will expect to hit the net more than once on Thursday.

History

Mexico have been to the World Cup finals 16 times while Panama are trying to make their second appearance, having debuted four year ago at Russia 2018; and pretty much all the stats are pointing to a home win here, which will make Panama’s task so much harder.

El Tri have had the better of the head-to-head Mexico vs Panama results, winning nine, drawing five and losing two of their encounters with Panama.

The return fixture ended in a 1-1 draw in Panama in a game dominated by Mexico, but they trailed to a Rolando Blackburn goal until the 75th minute when Sevilla striker Corona popped up with the leveller. Mexico won the previous four meetings, scoring ten goals and conceding just one and they are currently unbeaten at home in ten matches. 

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Mexico are hot favourites at a SBOTOP price of 1.28 while the draw is at 4.55 and Panama are way out at 8.22.

Four of Panama’s last six games and five of Mexico’s have yielded three goals or more so I expect more of the same on Thursday from a Mexico side hungry for goals. A 3-0 home win is at odds of 7.14 and, incidentally, that was the outcome on the two encounters prior to the 1-1 draw in Panama.

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CONCACAF World Cup 2022: Mexico Aware of the Panama Threat

Mexico vs Panama

Third plays fourth in the CONCACAF match of the week when World Cup 2022: Mexico vs Panamais the entertainment on offer at the Estadio Azteca on Thursday.

The top three teams will qualify for the Qatar World Cup while the fourth-placed team will face an inter-confederation playoff. After a fine set of results Panama are just a single point behind Mexico and the USA who hold second place, both on 18 points while Canada is in pole position on 22.

With four games to play Panama still have the USA and Canada to play, so they will have a huge say in the final outcome, but if Mexico can see off the threat of Los Canaleros then they will take a big step towards the finals. The hosts come into the game on the back of a 0-0 draw at home to Costa Rica while Panama won at home to Jamaica 3-2, so the pressure is now on El Tri to deliver in a huge game.

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Mexico looking for their cutting edge

Mexico’s meeting with Costa Rica was never going to be a walkover but Gerardo Martino’s team would have hoped for more than a point, and the pre-match Mexico vs Panama betting odds put them right at the front in this next game against Panama. He has an experienced group of players, led by midfield general Hector Herrera, with some talented strikers playing in Europe’s best leagues.

World Cup 2022: Jesus Corona made it to the scoresheet in Mexico's 1-1 draw against Panama
Jesus Corona in action during Mexico’s match against Costa Rica

Wolves forward Raul Jimenez and Napoli’s Hirving Lozano have been the mainstays up front in recent seasons, with support from Sevilla’s Jesus Corona and Martino will be relying on one of them to avoid drawing another blank.

The top two, Canada and USA came head to head last weekend and goals from Cyle Larin and Sam Adekugbe gave the young Canadian team a priceless three points, meaning the US, Mexico and Panama are in a three-way battle for two places. Now Mexico must be ruthless to see off one of their two main rivals.

Ambitious Panama have no respect for reputation

Los Canaleros are down in 63rd place in the FIFA World rankings 49 behind 14th placed Mexico but they won’t arrive at the Azteca arena with any fear whatsoever. They have already beaten USA in this campaign and, last weekend, they saw off a dangerous Jamaica side 3-2 which all but ended the Reggae Boyz’ hopes of qualification.

Panama went behind early in the game when West Ham’s prolific striker Michail Antonio gave Jamaica an early lead from the penalty spot, and when Eric Davis missed a penalty things began to look a little gloomy for Los Canaleros. But Jamaica gave them a helping hand with an own goal to level the scores before the break. Then Davis made amends for his penalty miss with a 51st minute goal, and Azmahar Ariano Navarro made it 3-1 with a sweeping finish. Jamaica’s Andre Gray halved the deficit but Panama held out for a deserved win.

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Head coach Thomas Christiansen will be delighted by the way his side attacked with great intensity, but Mexico will be hopeful they can breach a Panama defence that has not kept a clean sheet since the middle of October. El Tri have scored in six of their last seven home games and so they will expect to hit the net more than once on Thursday.

History

Mexico have been to the World Cup finals 16 times while Panama are trying to make their second appearance, having debuted four year ago at Russia 2018; and pretty much all the stats are pointing to a home win here, which will make Panama’s task so much harder.

El Tri have had the better of the head-to-head Mexico vs Panama results, winning nine, drawing five and losing two of their encounters with Panama.

The return fixture ended in a 1-1 draw in Panama in a game dominated by Mexico, but they trailed to a Rolando Blackburn goal until the 75th minute when Sevilla striker Corona popped up with the leveller. Mexico won the previous four meetings, scoring ten goals and conceding just one and they are currently unbeaten at home in ten matches. 

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February 3, 11:00 (GMT+8)

Mexico are hot favourites at a SBOTOP price of 1.28 while the draw is at 4.55 and Panama are way out at 8.22.

Four of Panama’s last six games and five of Mexico’s have yielded three goals or more so I expect more of the same on Thursday from a Mexico side hungry for goals. A 3-0 home win is at odds of 7.14 and, incidentally, that was the outcome on the two encounters prior to the 1-1 draw in Panama.

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World Cup 2022: Uruguay, Chile Keep Qatar Hopes Alive

The World Cup 2022 qualifying picture in South America is starting to take shape, with a handful of countries still fighting for the two spots behind Brazil, Argentina, and Ecuador.

Luis Suarez and Uruguay are suddenly in the driver’s seat for the coveted fourth and final automatic qualifying spot after their big win over Venezuela, coupled with a Peru draw, saw them jump to fourth.

Meanwhile, Alexis Sanchez kept Chile’s chances of going to Qatar alive with a brace against Bolivia as they continue fight it out with Peru and struggling Colombia for fifth spot and a play-off berth.

Brazil and Argentina are already assured of their place in Qatar, but they keep winning anyway despite the absence of their PSG stars, Neymar and Lionel Messi.

Read on below as SBOTOP lists down the top takeaways from third-to-last matchday of the South American World Cup 2022 qualifying tournament.

Uruguay new favourite for fourth after victory over Venezuela

Uruguay put in arguably their best performance of this qualifying campaign as they thrashed bottom-side Venezuela 4-1 to give new head coach Diego Alonso two wins from his first two games in charge.

Tottenham new boy Rodrigo Bentancur got La Celeste off to a dream start by scoring in the opening minute, and Giorgian de Arrascaeta made it two on 23 minutes. Veteran strikers Edinson Cavani and Luis Suarez then got into the act with goals of their own to seal the win.

But it was Manchester United youngster Facundo Pellistri who stole the show as he brilliantly set up one goal and drew the penalty which led to another.

The victory was huge for Uruguay as they have now moved to the fourth and final automatic qualifying spot after Peru’s 1-1 draw with Ecuador.

La Celeste’s last two qualifying games in March will be against their direct rivals for that fourth spot. They take on Peru in Montevideo, then travel to Santiago to take on Chile in the qualifying finale.

Alexis brace gives Chile a fighting chance

Chile’s chances of qualifying for their third straight World Cup are still very much alive after their 3-2 win over Bolivia. Alexis Sanchez bagged a brace to lead La Roja to the much-needed victory.

Alexis Sanchez has kept Chile's World Cup 2022 hopes alive after leading them 2-3 against Bolivia
Chile star Alexis Sanchez celebrates after winning 2-3 against Bolivia in their latest World Cup 2022 qualifier

The 33-year-old Sanchez, who now has 48 career international goals in 146 caps (both Chilean records), finally ended his lengthy goal drought for his country. His last goal came back in June 2021 and the one before that came in October 2020. Alexis has also been playing quite well for Inter this season and has four goals over his last eight appearances.

But even with Chile’s win over Bolivia, their World Cup 2022 odds of qualifying are not great. They remain three points behind Uruguay for the fourth automatic qualifying spot and have two very tough final qualifying games against Brazil away and against Uruguay at home.

But if Sanchez can continue the fine form he’s shown of late into March for the final two qualifiers, then La Roja should still have a fighting chance of making it to Qatar.

Raphinha shines, Vinicius fails to impress for Brazil

Leaders Brazil bounced back from their 1-1 draw with Ecuador as they thrashed second-from-bottom Paraguay 4-0 at home. It was a dominant performance from the mostly second-string Selecao, as Raphinha, Philippe Coutinho, Antony, and Rodrygo got the goals in the absence of injured star Neymar.

Raphinha produced more World Cup 2022 highlights as he tries to earn his way into the squad for Qatar. The Leeds winger has now scored three international goals in seven appearances in qualifying, all of which have come within the last six months.

Meanwhile, Vinicius Jr had another disappointing showing. The Real Madrid man did not get a single shot off in the two games against Ecuador and Paraguay and was also subbed off on in both matches. He has now appeared in 11 games for his country and has yet to score a goal.

Clearly, Vinicius is having a more impressive club campaign than Raphinha, with 15 goals and 8 assists already for Real, who are favourites to reclaim the La Liga title.

But Raphinha’s sudden rise has strengthened his chances of making the World Cup 2022 squad, so Vini Jr will have to step up his game with the Selecao and prove to Tite that he is deserving of a spot in the side.

Lautaro steps up again for Argentina in Messi’s absence

Lautaro Martinez once again stepped up for Argentina as he scored the lone goal in their 1-0 win against Colombia. La Albiceleste went a perfect two for two in the latest round of World Cup 2022 qualifying matches despite missing superstar Lionel Messi.

Lautaro, who also got the winner in Argentina’s 2-1 win away to Chile, has been in fantastic goalscoring form for his country. He has now scored seven goals in qualifying (tied for second along with Neymar and Luis Suarez) and has eight goals in his last 12 international appearances.

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Lautaro’s continued ascent bodes very well for Argentina heading into the World Cup. With Messi getting up in age, Lautaro gives the team another top-class striker capable of getting the goals they need to make a deep run in Qatar.

Colombia in serious danger of crashing out

While Ecuador are now secured a top-five spot, Colombia are in serious danger of failing to make the World Cup. Los Cafeteros, who made the quarter-finals back in 2014, suffered a 1-0 defeat to Messi-less Argentina, pushing their disastrous winless run in qualifying to seven games (4 draws, 3 defeats, 0 goals scored).

Seventh-placed Colombia are four points adrift of fifth-placed Peru for the play-off spot, and while they face strugglers Bolivia and Venezuela in their last two games, they need other teams to falter to stand any chance of making it.

So despite all the talent at their disposal – James Rodriguez, Juan Cuadrado, Davinson Sanchez, Radamel Falcao and Liverpool new boy Luis Diaz – Colombia could very well be out of contention for Qatar when it’s all said and done.


 

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World Cup 2022: South Korea Host Iran in Crucial Showdown

Korea Republic vs Iran

Top spot in AFC World Cup 2022 qualifying Group A will be on the line when South Korea host Iran in Seoul. Both nations have already qualified for Qatar with several games to spare, but they will still be hoping to end the campaign on a high.

The South Koreans will be especially keen to beat their old Asian rivals, not only to overtake them in the standings, but also to end their extended winless run against them.

And their World Cup 2022 odds of doing so at home have received a huge boost with the likely absence of a couple of Iranian stars due to Covid.

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Son and Hwang back to boost South Korean attack

South Korea have been taking care of business in the third round of World Cup qualifying. They are still unbeaten in eight games and have won each of their last four matches since playing out a 1-1 draw with Iran back in October.

South Korea’s defence has been rock-solid in this round. They have conceded just two goals in eight games and have kept four clean sheets in a row, which has to please head coach Paulo Bento.

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Korea Republic’s Son Heung-Min in action during their World Cup 2022 qualifiers against Syria

Meanwhile, star forwards Son Heung-Min and Hwang Hee-chan were both absent in their latest round of qualifiers away against Lebanon and Syria, but the South Koreans did just about enough to squeeze out the victories they needed.

The good World Cup 2022 news for the Taeguk Warriors is that their Premier League stars are back in the squad to bolster their attack against Iran.

Hwang suffered an injury scare in Wolves’ win at Everton, but he bounced right back and appeared as a substitute in their shock 3-2 defeat against Leeds United, who came back from two goals down in the last half hour.

Meanwhile, Son will be in fine form after scoring a brace in Tottenham’s 3-1 win over West Ham. Son is the country’s top scorer in the third round of qualifying with three goals and has 30 goals in 96 international caps for his country.

Iran lose key players due to Covid

Iran are in the driver’s seat to win Group A. They are currently on 22 points and hold a two-point lead over South Korea.

Like the South Koreans, Iran have built their success on the foundation of a strong defence. They have conceded just two goals through their eight qualifiers and kept clean sheets in their back-to-back 1-0 home wins over Iraq and UAE last time out.

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However, Iran coach Dragan Skoi has been struck a major blow as several key players, including star striker Mehdi Taremi and midfielder Alireza Jahanbakhsh, have tested positive for Covid and look set to miss out.

Taremi’s absence will be especially crucial. The 28-year-old is having a terrific season for Porto with 16 goals and 13 assists in all competitions. He is also Iran’s most reliable goalscorer in the third round of World Cup qualifying with four goals.

With Taremi absent, Sardar Azmoun will likely lead the Iranian attack in Seoul. The 27-year-old Bayer Leverkusen striker, who has just recently recovered from an injury, has a terrific strike rate for his country with 39 goals in 60 games.

History

Iran and South Korea played out a 1-1 draw in their first meeting in Tehran in October. Son Heung Min had given South Korea the lead just after half-time, but Alireza Jahanbakhsh equalised 14 minutes from time to salvage a point for the hosts.

It was the third consecutive draw between the two Asian superpowers and the seventh straight game Iran have avoided defeat against South Korea.

The Taeguk Warriors have beaten Iran just once over the last 15 years. That came in the quarter-finals of the 2011 Asian Cup, and South Korea still needed extra-time to top their rivals.

All in all, Iran have a 13-9 edge over South Korea in terms of wins, with 10 draws.

Betting Tip 

SBOTOP odds have South Korea installed as 2.12 favourites to beat Iran, who are priced at 3.30. Meanwhile, a draw is at 2.90.

The advantage is quite clearly with South Korea. Not only will they be at home, but they will also have their two star strikers in Son and Hwang, while Iran will be without Taremi, which is a huge blow to their attack.

South Korea will also have significantly more motivation in this match; they must win to end their long winless drought against Iran and also to jump ahead of the Iranians in the standings.

With all these factors in mind, look for the Taeguk Warriors to finally get that much-awaited win over Iran in Seoul.

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World Cup 2022: The Swedes Won’t Make Friends With the Czechs at Solna

Sweden vs Czech Republic

A huge World Cup 2022 fixture is happening between Sweden and Czech Republic this Thursday at the Friends Arena, and it’s something that neither side will easily concede given the high stakes involved.

Both nations are two consecutive games away from securing their spot in Qatar for the actual World Cup, including this must-win game. And the winner this Thursday will have to go through Poland on March 29.

Sweden and Czech Republic haven’t faced each other on international competitions in quite some time. The former has the upper hand according to the SBOTOP pre-match betting odds and the fact that the hosts have a healthier group also reinforces this notion.

But the Czechs have shown over these last few years that they aren’t backing down from any challenge, and it makes you wonder on whether they can spring another surprise.

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Sweden not letting this opportunity go

Janne Andersson’s side has arguably been one of the most disappointing sides here in the qualifiers.

They had a solid start in 2021 where they’ve won nine of their 11 games and have progressed to as far as the last 16 of Euro 2020. But after that, they suffered a poor run of form that has forced them to settle for the play-offs.

They were in a great spot in Group B, but defeats against Spain, Greece, and Georgia have put them in the position they’re in now.

Fortunately for Janne Andersson, he has a full squad to choose from – which includes a bevy of talented players from young to old.

Real Sociedad’s Alexander Isak is in form as he has scored three goals in his past six international appearances, and he’ll be backed by Dejan Kulusevski, Emil Forsberg, and debutant Anthony Elanga.

Zlatan Ibrahimovic has also been called up by Sweden and he’ll play a vital role as one of the team’s renowned veterans, although he’ll be suspended for this match. Meanwhile, marshalling the back are the likes of Victor Lindelof and Ludwig Augustinsson.

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Patrik Schick hopes to deliver in their World Cup 2022 qualifying match against Sweden
Patrik Schick celebrates during a Euro 20220 match

Czech Republic have also been a disappointing side here in the qualifiers as they were unable to build on their surprising Euro 2020 campaign where they went to as far as the quarter-finals.

Four wins, two draws, and two defeats weren’t enough for the Czechs to secure their berth from Group E, with Wales and Belgium leading the pack.

It doesn’t help either that they won’t have a full squad to choose from ahead of this contest. Patrik Schick is dealing with a calf injury and his 17 goals in 33 appearances will be hard to replace. Meanwhile, Jaroslav Silhavy’s entire first-choice defence from last year’s Euro 2020 is also unavailable.

Antonin Barak and Matej Vydra are to lead their frontline and will have to play beyond themselves, while Tomas Vaclik will have a tougher time manning between the sticks with inadequate cover at centre-half.

History

The international games between Sweden and Czech Republic have only come few and far between. They’ve only faced each other three times where the Swedes have the slight edge with one victory, while the other two ended in draws.

There have been a handful of goals whenever they meet up and it’s likely that such trend will continue, although we might see the Swedes secure a clean sheet against the Czechs on Thursday.

Sweden and Czech Republic’s previous meeting was an international friendly at the Friends Arena back in 2016 where the game ended with a 1-1 scoreline as Marcus Berg and Matej Vydra each found the back of the net.

Don’t be fooled by the name of Sweden’s home stadium called the Friends Arena since their home record hasn’t been exactly friendly against their visitors. Sweden have won their last nine matches in Solna, scoring 18 goals and conceding just four.

Betting Tip

Sweden are favoured by the World Cup 2022 odds for this upcoming matchup. They are installed at 2.85 to win, while Czech Republic are priced at 4.60 and a draw is at 1.89 in the 1X2 market.

The Swedes are likely to score the goals and World Cup 2022 highlights for this contest given their array of talented frontmen compared to what the Czechs have as of the moment, so we’re inclined to recommend going for Total Goal 2-3 @ 1.85 as an alternative bet. While another competitive matchup is expected here, in the end, the Swedes should move on and face Poland next week for another do-or-die contest.

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World Cup 2022: Wales Look to Take Crucial Step Toward Qatar in Cardiff

Wales vs Austria

Wales still need two more wins to make it to World Cup 2022, which would be their first time qualifying for a World Cup since their only appearance in 1958.

The first of the Dragons’ two potential tests will come in their play-off semi-final tie against Austria at home in Cardiff.

The Austrians are coming off a disappointing World Cup qualifying campaign which saw them finish fourth in their group behind Denmark, Scotland, and Israel. But they still have a shot to make it to Qatar due to their strong Nations League display.

The World Cup 2022 betting odds actually have Austria as slight favourites, so can The Boys slay the Dragons to take one step closer to Qatar?

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Wales hoping to have star duo Bale, Ramsey

Wales are coming off a second-place showing in Group E of UEFA World Cup qualifying, five points behind group winners Belgium.

After losing to Belgium in their group opener, the Dragons went undefeated in their last seven qualifiers. However, draws to Estonia and the Czech Republic proved costly for their qualifying hopes.

Robert Page, who led the team to a round-of-16 berth in Euro 2020, remains the team’s caretaker manager in Ryan Giggs’ absence, and he has opted to call up team captain and Real Madrid star Gareth Bale despite an injury concern.

Bale missed Real’s 4-0 hammering at the hands of Barcelona in El Clasico due to a back complaint, but Wales are hopeful the 32-year-old will be fit to play against Austria.

Bale has had another disappointing season with Real Madrid. His only appearances for the Spanish giants this calendar year have come in February against Villarreal and Paris Saint-Germain.

However, he can still bring his best for his country. He scored a hat-trick and provided an assist in his last three matches for Wales.

Aaron Ramsey has been called up to Wales squad ahead of their World Cup 2022 qualifier against Austria
Wales’ Aaron Ramsey in action against Hungary’s Zsolt Nagy during Euro 2020 qualifier in 2019

Meanwhile, midfielder Aaron Ramsey is also set to feature after making his first start for new club Rangers since moving from Juventus in January.

With striker Kieffer Moore out of the squad due to injury, Bale (36 goals in 100 caps) and Ramsey (20 goals in 71 caps) will have to produce some World Cup 2022 highlights for the Dragons.

Daniel James, who has been a crucial player in Leeds’ Premier League campaign this season, could also get the start against Austria.

Austria’s World Cup hopes still alive

Austria’s hopes of qualifying for their first World Cup since 1998 are still alive despite a distant fourth-place finish in Group F of qualifying. The Austrians’ performance in the UEFA Nations League earned them a spot in the play-offs.

Despite their disappointing qualifying campaign, Austria still finished strong with two big home wins over Israel (4-2) and Moldova (4-1) back in November.

Marko Arnautovic scored three goals in those last two games, including two from the penalty spot, as he raised his total to 32 goals in 96 caps.

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Arnautovic will likely lead the Austrian attack along with Bayern Munich’s Marcel Sabitzer and Stuttgart’s Sasa Kalajdzic.

Captain Julian Baumgartlinger has missed out of the squad as he failed to fully recover from a knee injury. Florian Grillitsch and Sabitzer will likely continue to deputise in midfield in Baumgartlinger’s absence, with the likes of Louis Schaub – who scored a brace against Israel – and RB Leipzig’s Konrad Laimer also contenders to start.

Meanwhile, Real Madrid’s David Alaba will spearhead the Austrian defence. Alaba has primarily played at left-back for his country, and he could have a crucial role in containing club team-mate Gareth Bale.

History

Wales and Austria have met 10 times in total. The Austrians have a 5-3 edge in terms of wins, while there have been two draws.

However, the Welsh have won two of their last three meetings. That includes their most recent matchup in the World Cup 2018 qualifiers. After drawing 2-2 in Vienna – Arnautovic bagged a brace – Wales won 1-0 in Cardiff thanks to a Ben Woodburn goal.

Betting Tip

SBOTOP odds actually have Austria as slight 2.63 favourites to win away from home. Wales have 2.74 odds to win, while a draw is at 2.99.

As those odds indicate, these two sides are quite evenly matched, with very little between them. And while Wales have the big-name stars in Bale and Ramsey, it remains to be seen what they have left as age and injuries have taken their toll.

But while Wales don’t exactly have a huge edge over Austria, home advantage should still count for something. That’s why I’m taking the Dragons to get the home win and move one step closer toward qualification.

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World Cup 2022: Canada on the Brink

Costa Rica vs Canada

All eyes are on San Jose on Thursday where the match between Costa Rica vs Canada is the big game in the CONCACAF on the road to World Cup 2022.

A win for John Herdman’s rapidly improving Canada will be enough to see them through to the finals for the first time since Mexico 1986, while Costa Rica are hoping to make the play-offs and reach a fifth World Cup finals in six campaigns.

Los Ticos are fifth in the table and need to grab the fourth place from Panama over the final three games. They are currently a point behind but have momentum on their side. 

Meanwhile, Les Rouges are the only unbeaten team in the competition and are about to end their 36-year wait to join the best football nations in the world on the biggest stage. 

Costa Rica come into the game on the back of a 1-0 victory over Jamaica while Canada won 2-0 away to El Salvador, a result which took Herdman’s team four points clear at the top of the table.

The very latest World Cup 2022 betting odds tell us we have a great game on here with all three results well in play. And if Les Rouges pick up the win they crave, the celebrations in Canada will go on long into the night. 

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Costa Rica’s Old Boys are doing the business

Los Ticos have an experienced set of players who have been there and done that many times for their countryand they’d love nothing more than one last hurrah at the 2022 finals.

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Just one win in the first seven games put Costa Rica under pressure, but head coach Luis Fernando Suarez has galvanised his team to make a play-off place a distinct possibility.

Costa Rica are skippered by former Fulham star Bryan Ruiz who has 137 caps and will become the second-most capped player in the nation’s history if he makes an appearance against Canada.

PSG keeper Keylor Navas earned his 100th cap in Los Ticos’ win over Jamaica while goal scorer Joel Campbell picked up his 109th cap.

Navas is in fine form and in line to become the CONCACAF goalkeeper of the tournament, picking up three consecutive clean sheets in a big win over Panama and a goalless draw with Mexico before the triumph over Jamaica.

All Costa Rica need to do is to better the results of Panama over the next three games and another shutout for Navas against Canada will be a big leap forwards.

Canada’s history makers can take the next step

Les Rouges have stood back and watched the World Cup finals from afar for almost four decades, but surely they are on their way to Qatar having recently ended a sequence of long running records which have held them back.

During the last three games, Canada won in El Salvador for the first time since 1996, which is the first time in Honduras since 1985 and for the first time against the USA in World Cup qualification since 1980.

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North American summit with USA was a real test and Les Rouges came through with flying colours to stretch their lead at the top of the CONCACAF table. 

Twin strikers 26-year old Cyle Larin and 22-year old Jonathan David are in superb form and they can add on to the World Cup 2022 highlights. Larin is the nations all-time leading scorer with 23 goals while David scored his 20th international goal in the win over El Salvador.

And like Los Ticos, Canada registered clean sheets in their last three games as keeper Milan Borjan put in a series of impressive performances in front of a well-organised and confident defence, but they are still without star wing back Alphonso Davies.

The Bayern Munich man is currently out with a complication following a COVID-19 infection and is scheduled to return in April.

History

There is a beautiful balance to the head-to-headswith both nations winning four of the 12 meetings and there have been four draws.

Canada won the last encounter in 2021 – a 1-0 win on home soil as David scored the crucial goal.

In terms of recent form, Canada have the advantage, winning the last six games and are unbeaten in 11. Meanwhile, Costa Rica have won three, drawn one, and lost two of their last six games. 

Betting Tip

The hosts are at SBOTOP odds of win with the draw at 2.85 and they certainly have the experience to stop Les Rouges.

Neither Canada nor Costa Rica expect to make the latter stages of Qatar 2022, but they both believe they can qualify for the finals and I’m backing Canada to take the step they need to book their ticket. Both defences are in fine form and a 1-0 away win at odds of 5.41 is a likely outcome.

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World Cup 2022: Italy Dread a Recurring Nightmare

Italy vs North Macedonia

Italy welcome the Republic of North Macedonia to Palermo on Thursday in a winner-takes-all play-off clash in search of a place at World Cup 2022.

The victors will take on the winners of a clash between Portugal and Turkey in the Path C final which is scheduled for Tuesday 29th March. And that shows the size of the task facing Italy who are desperate to avoid a repeat of the humiliation in failing to qualify for Russia 2018.

This gamebrings together two nations at the opposite ends of the food chain as the visitors are 61 places behind Italy in the latest FIFA rankings at 67th.

And so here at SBOTOPwe’re backing the sixth-placed Azzurri to come through, and then take their chance against a dangerous Turkey or the 2016 European champions.

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Head coach Roberto Mancini was a hero when the Azzurri won Euro 2020 in a penalty shootout over England and the memory of their disastrous 2018 World Cup qualification campaign was forgotten. Well, almost.

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Draws at home to Switzerland and away to Northern Ireland left Italy short of points and now they are back in a sudden death scenario, so Mancini is calling on some of his biggest names to see this job through.

Lorenzo Insigne’s Napoli are in a four-way race for the 2021/22 Scudetto and the forward is banging in form and will have a big part to play on Thursday.

The boss has brought back the granite through the Juventus centre-back pairing of Giorgio Chiellini and Leonardo Bonucci in front of colossal keeper Gianluigi Donnarumma.

With Jorginho, Manuel Locatelli, and Nicola Barella in midfield and Lazio hitman Ciro Immobile up front, this is a team of superstars fresh in the memory of lifting the European title. 

So what has gone wrong?

Italy would have been in among my hot picks for Qatar 2022 if they had kicked on from Euro 2020. But having failed to break through Northern Ireland’s stiff resistance, they finished two points behind Switzerland and now their destiny is in the balance.

The Azzurri have never failed to qualify for the World Cup twice in succession, last missing out in 1958 (before 2018) and promptly qualifying in 1962.

With just two wins in seven games, the Azzurri have lost momentum. And now is the time to find it again or that worst nightmare will become a reality.

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We expect theWorld Cup 2022 highlightsto be a story of attack versus defence for much of the game. But make no mistake, Blagoja Milesvski’s side are not here to make up the numbers, having tasted finals football for the first time at Euro 2020.

North Macedonia are unbeaten in four games away from home and they finished strongly with a 5-0 win against Armenia and then a 3-1 victory over Iceland.

Wing-back Ezgjan Alioski is well-known to Leeds United fans having represented the Whites for four superb seasons in the Championship and Premier League. He scored 21 times in 161 games and was a key figure in Leeds’ return to the top-flight.

And he was on target to send North Macedonia on their way to victory over Iceland, while Napoli midfielder Elif Elmas scored a second-half brace.

Having qualified for their first ever tournament at Euro 2020 and despite failing to pick up a single point, they won many fans and are hungry for more success.

North Macedonia even shocked Germany with a 2-1 win which helped them to secure second place as the Germans ran away with the group, so Italy must beware.

History

As four-time World Cup winners and twice European champions, Italy are streets ahead of North Macedonia in terms of history, but that won’t help the Azzurri on Thursday. 

The two teams have met twice before. In 2016, Italy won the away leg 3-2 and drew at home 1-1 in their infamously failed attempt to qualify for Russia 2018.

Recent form is comparable too. Italy have won two, drawn three, and lost one of the last six games, while North Macedonia have won three, drawn two, and lost one.

Betting Tips

The pre-match World Cup 2022 betting oddsare squarely behind a home win. Italy are at 1.20 to win, the draw is at 5.99, and a North Macedonia win is at 10.12.

This is a nervy situation for the Azzurri to be in and the thought of failure will be unbearable for their fans, but I think they will hold their nerve. A 2-0 win is the most likely result at odds of 4.45, while 3-0 is at 5.80. But if they reach halftime at 0-0, you will be able to cut the tension in Palermo with a knife.

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World Cup 2022: The Road to Qatar – This is Last Chance Saloon

Portugal vs Turkey

It is hard to believe that World Cup 2022 will be without at least one of the reigning European champions Italy or the nation whose crown they claimed last summer, Portugal.

Yet that is what the draw has produced, bizarrely to some.

First though, Cristiano Ronaldo and co. have to get past Turkey in this FIFA World Cup qualifying play-off semi-final.

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If the truth be known, Portugal would probably have been low down on the list of sides Turkey were hoping to draw in these play-offs, especially given the fact that the Selecao have won all five competitive meetings between the nations.

While history is with the home side, Turkey may well relish their underdog status and are unbeaten since Stefan Kuntz took the reins in September.

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In one corner stands Ronaldo, who broke the world record for international goals during the qualifying campaign and now has 115 to his name.

CR7 heads the talent pool which also includes Roma goalkeeper Rui Patricio, the Manchester United trio of Diogo Dalot, Bruno Fernandes (and Ronaldo), Manchester City stars Joao Cancelo and Bernardo Silva and Liverpool attacker Diogo Jota.

It’s not all roses for the home side, mind, with Manchester City centre-back Ruben Dias out injured and his team-mate for club and country, full-back Joao Cancelo, suspended, while experienced Porto centre-back Pepe has Covid-19.

They still begin as favourites and will be expected to create World Cup 2022 highlights after the disappointment of missing out on automatic qualification last autumn following a late defeat to Serbia.

In the other corner stands Turkey, who also have potential match-winners of their own. Their main names include Atalanta centre-back Merih Demiral and Leicester City’s Caglar Soyuncu, Marseille winger Cengiz Under, Inter Milan midfielder Hakan Calhanoglu and Lille’s experienced striker Burak Yilmaz.

Since crashing out of Euro 2020 without a single point to their name last summer, Turkey have only suffered one defeat in seven games – although it was a 6-1 humbling at the hands of Holland – and they marched to successive wins over Latvia, Gibraltar and Montenegro to round off Group G. Yet their defence has been far from resolute and they face an uphill task if they are to end their 20-year wait to reach a World Cup.

Reigning European champions Italy (or North Macedonia) await the winners.

After coming so close in qualifying – the Serbia defeat was preceded by a draw at the Republic of Ireland – Portugal will surely not squander this golden opportunity at home again.

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History

This is the two teams’ first meeting for a decade. Two goals from Umut Bulut secured a 3-1 Turkish success in their last matchup, which was a friendly in Lisbon.

That was one of only two Turkish victories over Portugal in eight matches going back to their first-ever clash in 1955 – again that was a friendly and resulted in a Turkey win.

When it matters, Portugal have always won, as shown in their Euro 2008 opener when second-half strikes from Pepe and substitute Raul Meireles secured all three points in Geneva.

They also met in the quarter-finals of Euro 2000 in Amsterdam when two goals either side of half-time from Nuno Gomes sealed victory.

That was a match in which Turkey were reduced to 10 men after half an hour and never recovered.

The European Championship has actually thrown up a number of head-to-heads, including at Euro 96 when centre back Fernando Couto scored the only goal with a 66th-minute volley in a match played at Nottingham Forest’s City Ground.

The last time they met in a World Cup qualifier was in 1965 when the legendary Eusébio netted the only goal of the game on Turkish soil – Portugal would go on to reach the semi-finals in the following year’s tournament.

Betting Tip

Portugal have home advantage and that will sway the SBOTOP World Cup 2022 betting odds in their favour even more.

The Selecao are available in a variety of ways including First Half 1X2 @ 1.95, 1X2 @ 1.41, First Half Asian Handicap -0.50 @ 1.95 and Asian Handicap -1.50 @ 2.23.

Turkey are well adrift 1X2 @ 7.60 and Asian Handicap +1.00 @ 2.36, not to mention First Half 1X2 @ 6.80 and First Half Asian Handicap +0.25 @ 2.36.

The draw is on offer @ 4.30.

A re-run of their last meeting – Correct Score 1-3 – is available @ 170.00 but I’d be more tempted to opt for a repeat of their most recent competitive clash with Correct Score 2-0 @ 5.80.

I am actually going to go for a Portugal success from start to finish with Half Time Full Time Home @ 1.77 my *** prediction.

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World Cup 2022: Canada’s Celebration Party is in Panama!

Panama vs Canada

World Cup 2022: Panama vs Canadamight have been a nervy affair, a dramatic climax to the North American qualifiers, but instead, when the Maple Leafs blow into the Estadio Rommel Fernandez Stadium on Thursday they are set for a celebration.

Les Rouges top the CONCACAF table on 28 points and have already qualified for the World Cup finals while Panama are stranded in fifth and unable to catch Costa Rica in the play-off place. So the party is on for Canada while Panama look on with envy. Los Canaleros come into the game on the back of an almighty thumping at the hands of the USA, while Canada confirmed their place at Qatar 2022 with an impressive 4-0 win over Jamaica.

The pre match Panama vs Canada betting odds say we’re in for a tasty encounter, with the hosts looking to salvage some pride, but Les Rouges can earn themselves a better draw in the finals if they top the CONCACAF group with a win or a draw.

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36 years of hurt are over for Canada

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However the Panama vs Canada highlights pan out there will be smiling faces in the away dressing room before and after the game, as their resounding victory over Jamaica in Toronto signalled the end of 36 years of frustration for Les Rouges. And now John Herdman will be the first coach to lead Canada to a finals tournament since 1986.

In that year Canada finished bottom of their group without scoring a single goal and I’ll be happy to bet they’ll do better than that in 2022. Herdman’s team has attacked throughout the qualifiers and have scored 23 goals, leading that table too, as record goal scorer Cyle Karin helped himself to 13 goals in qualifying. He can become the joint top scorer of all time in the CONCACAF qualifiers if he can score a brace against Panama. That would bring Larin level with Honduras legend Carlo Pavon who scored 15 goals in the 2002 qualifiers.

Meanwhile Herdman has become a national hero having promised to lead Canada to the World Cup finals in his first campaign as head coach: “I don’t think they believed us,” he said. “I’m happy for them because all of these fans have waited and waited and waited, and hung in with us – and we’re going. They believe now.”

Panama sunk by Pulisic 

Rolando Blackburn scored in Panama's last World Cup 2022 match against Canada
Rolando Blackburn in action during Panama’s match against USA

They had a chance to keep their World Cup hopes flickering when they travelled to the USA on Sunday but Los Canaleros blew it big style, though there was little many teams could have done to stop the Stars and Stripes’ star Christian Pulisic score a hat-trick in the 5-1 trouncing. He scored his first two goals from the penalty spot, but his third was a piece of magic as he took a cross from Antonee Robinson before spinning around Fidel Escobar and sliding the ball through his own legs and into the net. His home club Chelsea is in a period of turmoil at the moment, but Pulisic showed no signs of concern in a masterful display which ended Panama’s hopes once and for all. Thomas Christiansen’s side was in a strong position at the start of this sequence of games but a home draw with Honduras and the defeat to the USA spelt the end; and they now have one last chance to give their fans something to cheer about against Canada.

Los Canaleros have played with aggression and enthusiasm throughout the campaign, but they may find it difficult to recover in time for the visit of the table toppers.

History

Les Rouges have had the better of the head to head results with four wins, seven draws and one defeat in their 12 encounters with Panama. Canada won the previous meeting 4-1 with a second half flurry of goals after Rolando had opened the scoring for Panama, before an own goal levelled the scores at the break. Alphonso Davies, Tajon Buchanan and Jonathan David all got on the score sheet as Les Rouges marched to victory.

Panama have been hard to beat on home soil though, last losing on their own turf back in 2019, when Mexico ran out 3-0 winners.

Betting Tip

At an SBOTOP price of 4.34 to win, Panama can restore some pride, while a draw is available at odds of 2.99. But I think Los Canaleros had the stuffing knocked out of them by the Stars and Stripes, while Canada are riding a wave on the way to Qatar and the party will carry on in Panama.

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World Cup 2022: Drama Indeed and Full Steam Ahead for African’s Finest

And so now we know.

Five African nations were always destined to compete in World Cup 2022 in Qatar. Africa’s big hitters were always set for a fight to the finish.

And that is exactly how it proved during a night of World Cup 2022 highlights.

Five years ago, Tunisia, Nigeria, Morocco, Senegal and Egypt sealed their places in Russia after finishing top of their respective pools.

This time it has a slightly different look and, with the line-up confirmed, some of the game’s biggest names, both teams and individuals, will not be there.

However, Africa’s finest will include the continent’s most famous national team of them all.

For Cameroon, which brought us the magical tales of Roger Milla and saw off the likes of world champions Argentina en route to the World Cup quarter-finals in 1990, saw off Riyad Mahrez’s Algeria in the most dramatic fashion.

The Foxes were hoping to stun the Lions again but, after Eric Maxim Choupo-Moting’s 12th-minute goal which brought Cameroon level on aggregate, the scene was set for a dramatic night.

Hosts Algeria pressed and pressed and, even when Islam Slimani had the ball in the net, it was dubbed offside.

Into extra-time, it was more of the same as substitute Ahmed Touba found Slimani and the ball spun off his head into the bottom right-hand corner.

Or so we thought until VAR ruled it out after showing the ball went in via his elbow.

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Algeria frustration was palpable until the 118th minute when, with a penalty shoot-out looming, the unmarked Touba headed home a Rachid Ghezzal corner, Andre Onana was finally beaten, and Algeria were seemingly in dreamland.

However, there was to be one final twist when, in the third minute of injury time, Karl Toko-Ekambi stole in to give Cameroon an incredible away goals victory – agony for Algeria, ecstasy for the Lions.

In a repeat of last month’s Africa Cup of Nations final – a match which went the distance as Senegal triumphed over Egypt in a shoot-out – lightning did strike twice as the recently crowned African Cup of Nations winners caused yet more heartbreak for the Pharaohs and Mohamed Salah.

Yet again it went the distance, yet again Senegal prevailed on spot-kicks as a fourth-minute opener from Boulaye Dia levelled the tie from the first leg and a passionate Senegalese crowd saw their team through by the narrowest of margins after 120 minutes.

If that was tight, so were proceedings in Nigeria who faced off against Ghana.

Despite the away goals tiebreaker being abolished by UEFA for its club competitions in 2021-22, the rule is still in effect for FIFA World Cup qualifying, including two-legged play-offs.

That is how Ghana triumphed, their place in Qatar secured on away goals at the expanse of the Super Eagles, who have so embraced the competition and world football in the modern era, most notably in America in 1994.

Ghana levelled on the night through a penalty from captain William Troost Ekong and, after Victor Osimhen saw a goal disallowed for the hosts, they held on.

It ended on an ugly night as the behaviour of angry Nigerian fans overshadowed the game as local spectators peppered both the Ghana fans and players with water bottles – forcing the latter to cower and cover their heads as they battled their way down the tunnel following a mass pitch invasion.

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Nigeria supporters during their World Cup qualifier against Ghana at the Moshood Abiola Stadium

FIFA may well take a dim view of scenes which will require considerable explaining from both Nigerian security and football officials.

Aside from Ghana, Morocco will also be there after ending the dreams of DR Congo in Casablanca.

The Atlas Lions were on top from start to finish as goals from Azzedine Ounahi (two), Tarik Tissoudal and Achraf Hakimi sealed a 5-2 aggregate win and back-to-back World Cup appearances (and a sixth ever appearance in the tournament).

World Cup qualification proved trickier for Tunisia than you may have expected.

Leading spirited Mali from the first leg, they weren’t able to extend their lead on the night but the goalless draw still saw them through as Mali’s wait for a first World Cup goes on.

The drama of the play-offs complete, the 2022 World Cup in Qatar is set to break new ground in football history as the first edition of the competition held during both the northern hemisphere’s winter, and in the Middle East.

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World Cup 2022: Portugal and Poland are Through to Qatar

There are officially 27 nations who have already qualified for World Cup 2022 as of this writing, which includes Portugal and Poland most recently.

Yes, the play-off finals in Europe delivered more drama as Portugal and Poland had to go through the wringer to get to where they’re at right now, making their qualifying journey as satisfying as it is.

While both Portugal and Poland are in a jubilant mood, the same can’t be said for Wales, Scotland, and Ukraine as tension builds with their matches being moved to a later date due to events beyond their control.

Continue to read down below as SBOTOP is here to keep you up-to-date with the latest World Cup 2022 news.

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Bruno Fernandes shows up for Portugal

While all eyes are on Cristiano Ronaldo ahead of this game, it was his Manchester United teammate Bruno Fernandes who provided the spark for Portugal to confirm their spot at Qatar last night.

Bruno Fernandes put in an impressive display as his brace was enough to dispatch North Macedonia, who were looking to defy the World Cup 2022 odds once more after pulling off an upset against Euro 2020 champions Italy.

Portugal were primed to take over when Cristiano Ronaldo and Diogo Jota came close in the first few minutes, but it was Bruno Fernandes who landed the first blow two minutes after the half-hour mark.

Fernandes intercepted a bad pass and he conspired with Ronaldo via a one-two to drill a low strike past North Macedonia keeper Stole Dimitrievski.

In contrast, North Macedonia rarely troubled Portugal keeper Diogo Costa. But after the first half, they were slightly the more aggressive side.

Unfortunately for the visitors, they couldn’t find the equaliser and Bruno Fernandes delivered the dagger at the 65th-minute by linking up with Diogo Jota on another counterattack.

With the game out of reach, Portugal was content playing keep away to prevent any possible comeback from North Macedonia.

Bruno Fernandes have bagged a brace in an international game for only the second time ever since their 4-0 friendly against Israel last June 2021. His only competitive goals prior to North Macedonia came against Luxembourg.

Moreover, this will be the sixth consecutive World Cup for Portugal, who have qualified via the play-offs for the third time after 2010 and 2014.

Poland end their three-decade drought against Sweden

Poland booked their spot at World Cup 2022 with their first victory over Sweden since 1991, courtesy of second-half goals from Robert Lewandowski and Piotr Zielinski.

It was a cagey first half as both sides had a couple of chances. Sweden tried to hit first as Emil Forsberg was denied by Wojciech Szczesny while Matty Cash’s shot wide at the other end and Jan Bednarek’s volley was parried away by Robin Olsen.

After the first half, Poland decided to bring in substitute Grzegorz Krychowiak and the midfielder made an immediate impact when he was fouled into the penalty box by Jesper Karlstrom, leading to a converted penalty kick from Robert Lewandowski.

Poland are qualified for the World Cup 2022 after Robert Lewandowski and Piotr Zielinski scored against Sweden
Robert Lewandowski celebrates as he scored Poland’s first goal against Sweden in their World Cup qualifier

The Swedes pushed for an equaliser but they couldn’t find a way past Szczesny, who made another huge save against Emil Forsberg’s shot.

Those missed opportunities doomed the Swedes as they found themselves down by two goals when Piotr Zielinski spearheaded a counterattack and calmly put the ball into the net at the 72nd-minute.

Sweden made a curious move to bring in Zlatan Ibrahimovic – who missed their game against Czech Republic – off the bench to try and provide a spark up front, but it was already too late.

Robert Lewandowski was the happiest man last night as he’s on his way to his second-ever World Cup. At the same time, his 75th international goal moved him to joint third alongside the late Sandor Kocsis on the all-time UEFA international scorers list.

Ferenc Puskas (84) and Cristiano Ronaldo (115) are the only players who have more than the Bayern Munich striker.

Wales play the waiting game

There’s only one more European qualifiers spot available with only three teams left to fight for it. Scotland and Ukraine will compete in the Path A play-off semi-finals, and the winner will take on Wales.

Ukraine’s World Cup qualifier against Scotland has been postponed by FIFA following the Russian invasion into their country. Their play-off semi-final was due to be played at Hampden Park on March 24, but it is now moved until June.

Scotland and Wales have expressed support to this decision by FIFA as they await on the amended fixture schedule from the tournament committee.


 

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World Cup 2022: South America Is All Settled

It took until the final matchday, but South American World Cup 2022 qualification is now settled.

After being at risk of missing out, Uruguay continued their strong finish to qualifying as they wound up third behind Brazil and Argentina.

Speaking of strong finishes, the Selecao scored their third straight 4-0 win to set a new qualifying points record and still have one game to spare.

Meanwhile, Peru held off the last-ditch challenge of Colombia to clinch fifth place and the inter-confederation play-off spot.

Read on below as SBOTOP shares the key takeaways from the final full round of South American World Cup qualifiers.

Record-breaking Brazil in strong shape

Let’s start at the top as Brazil put on another ruthless performance with their 4-0 demolition of second-from-bottom Bolivia.

The win was the Selecao’s third 4-0 triumph in a row, and it also saw them set a new points record in qualifying with 45. They could still add to that record tally in their replay against Argentina.

With Neymar surprisingly out of the lineup, Richarlison had the responsibility to lead the Brazilian attack. Former Lyon team-mates Lucas Paqueta and Bruno Guimaraes were also handed starts in midfield.

Paqueta gave the Selecao the early lead after 24 minutes, and Richarlison all but sealed the win with a goal on the stroke of half-time. Guimaraes got on the scoresheet six minutes after the hour mark, and Richarlison added a fourth in stoppage time.

This latest round of World Cup qualifiers has done Richarlison a world of good. The Everton star struck three times in two games after not scoring for the Selecao since last June – although he did score five times at the Tokyo Olympics – and he will surely be a key player in Qatar.

Brazil are always among the favourites in any tournament they are in, and the World Cup 2022 betting odds will likely have them priced as one of the top teams to beat. Their recent form certainly shows they are in strong shape at the moment and could once again be serious contenders for the crown come November.

Uruguay coaching change proves crucial

Uruguay’s decision to sack veteran coach Oscar Tabarez in November of last year was a tough one. After all, the 75-year-old had been so successful in his record-setting 15-year spell as national team boss. He led La Celeste to a semi-final run in the 2010 World Cup and a Copa America title in 2011.

But that decision to finally move on from Tabarez proved to be the right one as Uruguay’s World Cup 2022 results saw a terrific turnaround upon the arrival of new coach Diego Alonso.

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Uruguay star Luis Suarez in action during their South America World Cup 2022 qualifier against Chile

Powered by the new manager bounce, La Celeste closed out their qualifying campaign with four wins in a row, including a 2-0 win over Chile in their finale, to finish third in the standings.

With the exception of a few new faces in Darwin Nunez, Ronald Araujo and Facundo Pellistri, Uruguay are still composed mostly of the same old core players led by Luis Suarez, Edinson Cavani, Diego Godin.

But the change in coach was just the change they needed to play up to their immense potential in qualifying. They will be a dangerous foe for any nation to face in Qatar.

Colombia comeback too late as Peru claim play-off spot

After back-to-back trips to the World Cup knockout rounds – including a quarter-final run in 2014 – Colombia will not be making it to Qatar.

La Tricolor fell one point short of fifth place and the inter-confederation play-off despite winning their last two games against bottom sides Bolivia and Venezuela. Those wins were too little too late as Los Cafeteros squandered several chances to pick up more points earlier in qualifying. Their eight draws were the most in South America.

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It’s a disappointing blow for a nation that possesses such impressive world-class talent, with James Rodriguez, Luis Diaz, Juan Cuadrado, and Duvan Zapata to name just a few. But their qualifying campaign was marred by dysfunction. Coach Reinaldo Rueda must take responsibility for his inability to get the most out of his talented squad, and he will most likely pay with his job.

By comparison, Peru do not possess any notable names playing in any of Europe’s top leagues. But thanks to their impressive teamwork and determination, they could be headed to their second World Cup in a row if they prevail in the play-off against their opponents from the AFC.


 

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When Is FIFA 2022 Starting? World Cup 2022 Schedule, Dates and Times

The biggest and most anticipated sporting event in the world is inching ever closer as World Cup 2022 is set to kick off on November 21 in Qatar. But while the groups have already been drawn and the World Cup 2022 schedule has been laid out in full, the list of 32 qualified teams is not yet complete, with eight teams left to battle it out for the three remaining spots in Qatar.

2022 FIFA World Cup qualification

Scotland and Ukraine still need to play their semi-final tie in the UEFA qualifying play-offs, and the winner will move on to play Wales, who beat Austria thanks to Gareth Bale, in the final on June 5. Meanwhile, the UAE and Australia will battle it out for the right to take the Asian spot in the inter-confederation play-offs. The winner of UAE and Australia will take on Peru on June 13, while Costa Rica will face New Zealand on June 14.

UEFA Second Round Path A

Wednesday, June 1

Scotland vs. Ukraine

Sunday, June 5

Wales vs. Scotland/Ukraine

AFC Fourth Round

Tuesday, June 7

United Arab Emirates vs. Australia

Inter-confederation play-offs

Monday, June 13

United Arab Emirates/Australia vs. Peru

Tuesday, June 14

Costa Rica vs. New Zealand

FIFA World Cup 2022 fixtures, dates and times

France have been drawn against Denmark in World Cup 2022 group stage
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The FIFA World Cup 2022 schedule has already been released. The group stage will run from Nov. 21 to Dec. 3. During the group stage, each day will feature four matches. Among the top World Cup 2022 fixtures to look forward to in the group stage are defending champions France vs Denmark, Spain vs Germany, and beaten 2018 finalists Croatia vs Belgium.

 The first two rounds of matches will kick off at 1pm, 4pm, 7pm and 10pm local time (6pm, 9pm, 12am and 3am in the GMT +8 time zone). Kick-off times in the final round of group games and knockout-round matches will be at 6pm and 10pm local time (11pm and 3am GMT+8). The final is scheduled to kick off at 6pm local time (11pm GMT+8)

The top two teams per group in the World Cup 2022 table after the group stage will move on to the knockout round, which begins on Dec. 3. The final will be played at the Lusail Stadium a week before Christmas on Dec. 18.

Group stage schedule

All times GMT+8

Monday, Nov. 21
Senegal vs. Netherlands, 6pm
England vs. Iran, 9pm

Tuesday, Nov. 22
Qatar vs. Ecuador, 12am
United States vs. Wales/Scotland/Ukraine, 3am
Argentina vs. Saudi Arabia, 6pm
Denmark vs.Tunisia, 9pm

Wednesday, Nov. 23
Mexico vs. Poland, 12am
France vs. UAE/Australia/Peru, 3am
Morocco vs. Croatia, 6pm
Germany vs. Japan, 9pm

Thursday, Nov. 24
Spain vs. Costa Rica/New Zealand, 12am
Belgium vs. Canada, 3am
Switzerland vs. Cameroon, 6pm
Uruguay vs. South Korea, 9pm

Friday, Nov. 25
Portugal vs. Ghana, 12am
Brazil vs. Serbia, 3am
Scotland/Wales/Ukraine vs. Iran, 6pm
Qatar vs. Senegal, 9pm

Saturday, Nov. 26
Netherlands vs. Ecuador, 12am
England vs. USA, 3am
Tunisia vs. UAE/Australia/Peru, 6pm
Poland vs. Saudi Arabia, 9pm

Sunday, Nov. 27
France vs. Denmark, 12am
Argentina vs. Mexico, 3am
Japan vs. Costa Rica/New Zealand, 6pm
Belgium vs. Morocco, 9pm

Monday, Nov. 28
Croatia vs. Canada, 12am
Spain vs. Germany, 3am
Cameroon vs. Serbia, 6pm
South Korea vs. Ghana, 9pm

Tuesday, Nov. 29
Brazil vs. Switzerland, 12am
Portugal vs. Uruguay, 3am
Netherlands vs. Qatar, 11pm
Ecuador vs. Senegal, 11pm

Wednesday, Nov. 30
Scotland/Wales/Ukraine vs. England, 3am
Iran vs. United States, 3am
Tunisia vs. France, 11pm
UAE/Australia/Peru vs. Denmark, 11pm

Thursday, Dec. 1
Poland vs. Argentina, 3am
Saudi Arabia vs. Mexico, 3am
Croatia vs. Belgium, 11pm
Canada vs. Morocco, 11pm

Friday, Dec. 2
Japan vs. Spain, 3am
Costa Rica/New Zealand vs. Germany, 3am
South Korea vs. Portugal, 11pm
Ghana vs. Uruguay, 11pm

Saturday, Dec. 3
Cameroon vs. Brazil, 3am
Serbia vs. Switzerland, 3am

Round of 16

All times GMT+8

Saturday, Dec. 3
1A vs. 2B, 11pm

Sunday, Dec. 4
1C vs. 2D, 3am
1D vs. 2C, 11pm

Monday, Dec. 5
1B vs. 2A, 3am
1E vs. 2F, 11pm

Tuesday, Dec. 6
1G vs. 2H, 3am
1F vs. 2E, 11pm

Wednesday, Dec. 7
1H vs. 2G, 3am

Quarter-finals

Friday, Dec. 9
Quarterfinal 1: 1E/2F vs. 1G/2H, 11pm

Saturday, Dec. 10
Quarterfinal 2: 1A/2B vs. 1C/2D, 3am
Quarterfinal 3: 1F/2E vs. 1H/2G, 11pm

Sunday, Dec. 11
Quarterfinal 4: 1B/2A vs. 1D/2C, 3am

Semi-finals

Wednesday, Dec. 14
QF2 vs QF1, 3am

Thursday, Dec. 15
QF4 vs QF3, 3am

Third-Place Match

Saturday, Dec. 17
Semifinal 1 loser vs. Semifinal 2 loser, 11pm

Final

Saturday, Dec. 18
Semifinal 1 winner vs. Semifinal 2 winner, 11pm

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Who Will Compete In FIFA 2022? World Cup 2022 Qualified Teams and Group List

World Cup 2022 is going to be the first tournament hosted in the Middle East and the first to be held between November and December. World Cup Football is just a few months away and the FIFA World Cup 2022 team list is almost complete as 29 out of the 32 spots are already taken. Games are to be played across five cities in Qatar: Al Khor, Al Rayyan, Al Wakrah, Doha, and Lusall.

FIFA World Cup 2022 qualified teams by region

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Qatar

Iran

South Korea

Japan

Saudi Arabia

UEFA

Germany

Denmark

France

Belgium

Croatia

Spain

Serbia

England

Switzerland

Netherlands

Portugal

Poland

CONMEBOL

Brazil

Argentina

Ecuador

Uruguay

CONCACAF

Canada

USA

Mexico

CAF

Ghana

Senegal

Tunisia

Morocco

Cameroon

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FIFA World Cup 2022 groups

World Cup 2022 will commence on November 21 and it will end a week before Christmas on December 18. Learn more about the detailed schedule of games here.

France are the defending champions after winning it in 2018. Croatia were the runners-up, while Belgium and England finished third and fourth respectively.

Four-time champions and winners of Euro 2020, Italy, failed to qualify for a second successive World Cup for the first time in their history. They are the only former champions that failed to qualify in this year’s edition of the competition.

The previous World Cup hosts, Russia, were disqualified from joining as a consequence to their invasion of Ukraine. Nigeria also didn’t qualify as they went out to Ghana on away goals in their final playoff round, after having qualified for three previous World Cups and six out of the last seven.

Two inter-confederation playoff matches that are to be played in June, featuring one country from each of four different regions, will determine two berths for Qatar: AFC-CONMEBOL and CONCACAF-OFC.

The final European world cup spot is also going to be determined in June after Ukraine requested that the matches will be rescheduled given their current situation with Russia. Wales will play the waiting game for UEFA Path A and they will host the winner between Scotland and Ukraine in a single-elimination playoff final.

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FIFA 2022 Group A: Qatar, Ecuador, Senegal, Netherlands

Qatar have automatic qualification since they’re the hosts, while Ecuador qualified after taking the fourth spot of the CONMEBOL qualifiers. Senegal won their first-ever AFCON championship last February and are one of the Group A favourites here alongside Netherlands.

FIFA 2022 Group B: England, Iran, USA, UEFA Path A Winner

After finishing as Euro 2020 runners-up, England secured their place in November by topping their qualifying group. Iran topped Group A during the third round of the Asian qualifiers, while USA are also heading back to the World Cup after placing third in the CONCACAF qualifiers table.

FIFA 2022 Group C: Argentina, Saudi Arabia, Mexico, Poland

Saudi Arabia finished on top of Group A during the third round of the Asian qualifiers and Mexico were second in the CONCACAF qualifiers. Poland were the winners in UEFA Path B. Argentina won the 2021 Copa America and placed second in the CONMEBOL standings.

FIFA 2022 Group D: France, Denmark, Tunisia, AFC-CONMEBOL Winner

France and Denmark finished on top of Group E and F for Europe. Tunisia have qualified for a World Cup tournament for the sixth time in history after doing well in the CAF qualifiers.

FIFA 2022 Group E: Spain, Germany, Japan, CONCACAF-OFC Winner

Spain and Germany clinched their spots as they finished on top of Groups B and J in the Europe qualifiers, while Japan finished second behind Saudi Arabia in Group B during the third round of the Asian qualifiers.

FIFA 2022 Group F: Belgium, Canada, Morocco, Croatia

Belgium were once the top-ranked team by FIFA and they are through after topping Group E in Europe. Croatia, on the other hand, were above in Group H. Canada have qualified for the first time since 1986, while Morocco round out Group F.

FIFA 2022 Group G: Brazil, Serbia, Switzerland, Cameroon

Brazil are currently the top-ranked nation by FIFA and were dominant in the CONMEBOL. Serbia and Switzerland took the top spot in Group A and C of the Europe qualifiers, while Cameroon will be qualifying for their eighth World Cup.

FIFA 2022 Group H: Portugal, Ghana, Uruguay, South Korea

Portugal were the winners in UEFA Path C while South Korea qualified alongside Iran in Group A of the Asian qualifiers. Ghana will be returning to the tournament after missing out on Russia 2018 and they will meet a familiar foe in Uruguay, who eliminated them during the 2010 World Cup quarter-finals.


 

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World Cup 2022: Qatar’s Big Moment

In a spectacle never seen before in the state of Qatar, the best 32 football nations and the finest players on the planet will descend on the Western Asian country for a month of mind-blowing football.

And World Cup 2022 will break new ground as the first to be played during the European winter months, taking place between November 21st and December 18th.

Qatar is the first Middle East nation to host the tournament and the eyes of the world are watching as organisers hope the mascot La’eeb will warm the eight newly-purpose built stadiums. But it is a step into the unknown for many as the country is proposing fan zones where supporters from around the world can drink alcohol in this strict Muslim society and players will be asked to perform in air conditioned arenas.

Qatar is determined to show the world how they can change this flagship competition, while the big nations and players just need to show that they can win in any circumstances.

The favourites

France forward Karim Benzema wants a World Cup 2022 title
Karim Benzema during the Euro 2020 match

29 of the 32 places have been filled and we already know the composition of the groups, and 2018 Champions France have been highlighted as one of the hot favourites according to the early World Cup 2022 betting odds.

PSG star Kylian Mbappe – who looks like he could be on the way to Real Madrid in the close season – could at the age of 23, win back-to-back World Cups. Mbappe will be alongside Los Blancos’ hitman Karim Benzema who, with 43 goals and 14 assists this season, has enjoyed his best campaign and he’s a decent bet for the Golden Boot.

The South American qualifying group was resolved quickly and Brazil will be a serious contender with Neymar leading the team. This is a big moment for the PSG striker after his terrible injury at the 2014 World Cup hosted by Brazil. Alongside him, the brilliant dribbler, Vinicius Junior, will get the fans on their feet and this could be the Selecao’s year. 

Vinicius’ club-mate Thibaut Courtois will be between the posts for Belgium, and he’ll try to keep the clean sheets his country needs to turn the Golden Generation into winners.

He’s had 19 shutouts for Los Blancos so far this campaign, and should the Red Devils defend successfully then they too could have a real chance, particularly if Manchester City’s Kevin De Bruyne can transfer his club form to the international stage.

While Belgium recently knocked off the top of the FIFA rankings by Brazil, Germany, in contrast, have been working under the radar with a nicely blended team without a big superstar.

Thomas Muller, at 32 years of age, has his last chance to be Germany’s highest World Cup scorer of all time and he has 10 goals so far and is six behind top scorer Miroslav Klose.

Here at SBOTOPwe’re also keeping a close eye on the young squads of England and Spain, both of which could have won Euro 2020 but were outfoxed by the wily Italians who, despite winning that competition will be absent for a second consecutive World Cup.

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Some star names might be saying goodbye

As well as Germany’s Muller, there will be a number of big names who will be making their last appearances in the World Cup 2022 highlights.

Lionel Messi would simply love to lead Argentina to glory. His team has a solid defencive base which allows Messi and his co-creative players to express themselves as they did successfully to end Argentina’s trophy drought at the 2021 Copa America.

And the man who has stood alongside Messi as one of the two best players in a generation will lead the line for Portugal as Cristiano Ronaldo also makes his swan song.

His team has a better balance now with Rafael Leao and Bernardo Silva enjoying superb domestic seasons and CR7 can get the Portugal fans dreaming of a World Cup to add to their 2016 European Cup triumph.

With 115 goals from 186 appearances so far, Ronaldo is a phenomenon. And if he can pull this off, he will become a deity in his homeland.

Bayern Munich striker Robert Lewandowski will have his eyes on the Golden Boot and if Poland can go deep into the competition, then surely he will add a few to his international tally of 75.

Meanwhile, Croatia will say goodbye to two of their best players of all time. The mercurial Luka Modric has been outstanding for Real Madrid this season and, at 36 years of age, he looks and plays like he’s a decade younger.

And this is almost certainly the last chance for Inter Milan’s wide-man Ivan Perisic to make his mark on the biggest stage of all. Both Modric and Perisic shined at the 2018 World Cup and they’ll be sadly missed by their nation in the years to come. Six months from now, we’ll be ready and raring for the tournament to start and Qatar can surprise us in this world event to prepare the perfect stage for the superstars of the beautiful game.


 

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World Cup 2022: Battle-Hardened Ukraine Go Head to Head with Scotland

Scotland vs Ukraine

Hampden Park will be packed to the rafters on Wednesday as Scotland welcome Ukraine for their World Cup 2022 semi-final play-off.

The victors will be just one step away from the Qatar finals and both come into the clash on a great run of from. Of course, the nation of Ukraine is suffering terribly at this moment in time and their players will need to have 100 per cent focus on this match. Scotland, too, must shut out the external noise and deliver for their fans.

Wednesday will be a night for football and nothing else, and the winners will face Wales in the play-off final on Sunday 5th June. Scotland are slight favourites at odds of 1.64 to make it through while Ukraine are at 2.99, so this game promises to be an end-to-end, winner-takes-all contest.

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Robertson the Brave is ready to go again

Scotland head coach Steve Clarke has always relied on his skipper Andrew Robertson, so impressive at Euro 2020, to motivate his team on the pitch, and he leads by example. The Liverpool left-back comes into this game on the back of a Champions League final heartbreak at the hands of Real Madrid and it will take a strong character to pick himself up for another huge game. But Robertson has bravery in bucket loads and Clarke can rest assured he’ll be the man at the front on Wednesday.

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Liverpool’s Andrew Robertson looks dejected after losing the Champions League final against Real Madrid

A superb defender and dangerous crosser of the ball, Robertson is Scotland’s best player by a margin, but Clarke does have other high-quality men in his armoury. Manchester United defensive midfielder Scott McTominay and Leeds centre-back Liam Cooper are set to start, while Aston Villa midfielder John McGinn is a real handful and a summer transfer target for West Ham. McGinn scored in Scotland’s recent 2-2 draw with Austria and he is the hosts’ most dangerous goal threat. 

Arsenal left-back Kieran Tierney remains injured and that is a loss for the Scots, but Robertson will ensure the 11 on the pitch all deliver their best. 

Ukraine’s Premier quality

Fans around the world will be watching the World Cup 2022 updateson Wednesday and the vast majority will be rooting for Ukraine. But head coach Alexandr Petrakov will try to focus his team on the match in front of them, which is win or bust. 

The visitors have a team packed with talent and some familiar names to Premier League fans. Midfield ace Oleksandr Zinchenko was a key man in Manchester City’s Premier League title campaign and he scored in Ukraine’s last game, a 2-0 win over Bosnia and Herzegovina.

Everton left-back Vitaly Mykolenko was instrumental in the Toffees’ late run for survival and has a fierce shot on him, while West Ham winger Andriy Yarmolenko is a consistent performer for his country. With Real Madrid keeper Andriy Lunin in the line-up and Atalanta’s livewire attacker Ruslan Malinovskyi also set to start, this is a team which is hard to score against and also carries a serious attacking threat.

Ukraine had a virtually flawless qualifying campaign and had the misfortune of being in the same group as France. The defending world champions edged out Petrakov’s men but they were unbeaten throughout the campaign, twice drawing with Les Bleus.

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This is the first meeting between these two teams since 2007, when each won their home tie in the 2008 Euro qualifiers. So neither has the psychological edge and both are in fine form. 

Whichever nation makes it through this tie, theWorld Cup 2022 betting oddswill take a good look. Either Scotland or Ukraine would be a decent bet to make it through the group stages at least.

The Scots are unbeaten in eight and the only loss in their qualifiers came against group winners Denmark. Meanwhile, Ukraine are unbeaten in ten games, and seven on the road, so they will be a tough nut to crack.

Betting Tip

With home advantage and at SBOTOPodds of 2.20 Scotland are favourites to make it through to the play-off final while Ukraine are a dangerous opponent at a price of 2.91

A correct scoreline of 1-1 is at 5.03 and, with both teams on unbeaten runs that outcome is a real possibility. Robertson will rally his team and the fans but Ukraine are made of stern stuff and their players will be determined to give their friends and family, back home, something to smile about.

This clash will be an emotional affair and with no little quality. It’s a shame both teams can’t go through… 

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World Cup 2022: Two Nations Out to Make History in Cardiff

Wales vs Ukraine

And so it all comes down to this.

Who will make Qatar 2022? – Wales, bidding to reach a World Cup for the first time since 1958, or Ukraine, seeking a spot which they last gained in 2006.

World Cup 2022 qualifying comes to Cardiff on Sunday teatime and the prize at stake is a place at the biggest sporting show in earth in 2022.

Talking Points

By the very nature of the situation facing the Ukraine, ever since it was invaded by Russia in February, the majority of neutrals will be willing on Oleksandr Petrakov’s men.

After their 3-1 World Cup play-off win over Scotland earlier this week, the manager dedicated the victory to the country’s troops who are defending their country against attacks.

Not only did they produce World Cup qualifying highlights, but they lifted a nation.

Bars and restaurants in Kyiv and other Ukrainian cities were unable to show the match because of a wartime curfew. Instead, solders watched it in the trenches, millions of Ukrainians watched it in the bomb shelters, some fans watched at home, all the while Russian missiles were striking.

Air-raid sirens could also be heard across Kyiv shortly before the players came onto the pitch for an emotional rendition of the Ukraine national anthem.

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After the final whistle Ukraine’s president, Volodymyr Zelenskiy, even sent a message of congratulations to the team which looked comfortable in possession with a serious threat posed on the counter attack.

Oleksandr Zinchenko is deployed at left-back by Manchester City but was sparkling as an attacking midfielder at Hampden with he, Ruslan Malinovskyi and Andriy Yarmolenko continuing to support the lone front man Roman Yaremchuk.

Indeed, Yarmolenko’s opener in Glasgow means he is just three behind Andriy Shevchenko’s record of 48 international goals for Ukraine.

All in all then, they will be out to defy the SBOTOP World Cup qualifying betting odds once again.

Given Ukraine have already shown they can cause a ripple with the best, Wales will know they face a real test if they are to end their 64 year-wait to reach a World Cup.

From the minute they began their campaign in Belgium 15 months ago, Wales knew the play-off route was their most likely path to qualification.

Far from full strength, they were beaten 2-1 by Poland in the Nations League on the same night as Ukraine’s triumph over Scotland.

Rob Page’s side took a lead through Jonny Williams’ sweet strike but were eventually beaten 2-1 thanks to a pair of late quick-fire goals – a result which was hardly a surprise as they rested key men with Sunday in mind.

It was in March when Wales booked their place in this final by beating Austria 2-1 in their semi-final in Cardiff.

Gareth Bale was at his magnificent best that night, scoring a sublime free-kick before firing home a majestic second to secure the win.

That meant Wales have only lost two of their last 25 competitive home games, a run that dates back almost a decade.

And it is that man Bale who all home eyes will be on again this weekend.

During the Covid pandemic it emerged he had made a £500,000 donation to help NHS staff in Wales. Bale and his wife Emma gave the huge sum of money to the official NHS charity of Cardiff and Vale Health Board which focuses on providing extra services for patients and staff that normal NHS funds don’t provide.

In the week in which the Welsh footballing superstar was named an MBE in the Queen’s Birthday Honours for services to football and charity, how fitting it would be if he can lead this group of players to World Cup qualification.

The stakes could barely be higher for two nations, both potentially 90 minutes from history. But there can only be one winner.

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Wales have yet to beat Ukraine in any of their three meetings.

The first clash came in 2001 when a World Cup qualifier in Cardiff ended one-apiece as John Hartson and Andriy Shevchenko traded goals.

The return qualifier a few months later also finished 1-1 – Hennadiy Zubov and Mark Pembridge the scorers.

Their most recent encounter was a friendly in 2016 when Yarmolenko scored the only goal of the game.

Betting Tip

Wales are slight favourites and priced 1X2 @ 2.58 with the visitors @ 2.92. The draw is on offer @ 2.96.

Asian Handicap odds are also fairly even with Wales -0.25 @ 2.28 and Ukraine -0.25 @ 2.47 among the options.

I do expect there to be goals, though not too many, so how about over 2.25 goals @ 2.19?

This will be close, but I do think Wales, in front of their home support, will have too much for a nation with far more than football on their minds and this could just be one game too far, one emotion too many for the spirited Ukrainians.

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World Cup 2022: Dragons End Drought – and Ukraine Fairytale

The final European spot for World Cup 2022 has been filled. Wales have booked their place in the major tournament for the first time in 64 years as they edged past Ukraine 1-0 thanks to an Andriy Yarmolenko own goal.

The Ukrainians – who got past Scotland in the semi-final amid their difficult situation – fought remarkably hard in search of an equaliser, but the heroics of Wales goalkeeper Wayne Hennessey denied them on several occasions as their World Cup journey came to an end.

Read on below as SBOTOP shares some key takeaways from the dramatic World Cup play-off final in Cardiff.

Brave Ukrainians battle to the bitter end

As the entire world knows all too well, Ukraine were playing in unbelievably difficult circumstances as their country remains at war. But despite the hardships they’ve had to face in recent months, the Ukrainians defied the World Cup 2022 odds by grabbing a stunning 3-1 win against Scotland at Hampden Park to make their way to the play-off final.

Ukrainians showed a tremendous amount of fight and determination in that match, and they carried it over to the final in Cardiff.

Oleksandr Petrakov picked the exact same starting XI, and his side once again came out with an aggressiveness in attack as they created most of the early chances on goal.

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Andriy Yarmolenko looks dejected after losing against Wales in their World Cup 2022 play-off final

But unfortunately for the visitors, luck was not on their side as Wales took the lead as Ukraine captain Yarmolenko headed a Gareth Bale free-kick into his own net as he tried to clear it.

Undeterred, Ukraine continued to pepper the Welsh goal with shots in the second half, but they just could not get the breakthrough they desperately needed.

Ultimately, it was not to be for Ukraine as Wales held on for the win. But despite the disappointment of missing out on World Cup qualification, the brave Ukrainians could still hold their heads up high as they gave it their all until the very end and produced another courageous performance that their countrymen could be proud of.

Hennessey the hero as Wales hang on

Just like in their semi-final win over Austria, it was another Gareth Bale set piece that sent Wales on their way to victory. Granted, there was a huge slice of fortune with that goal, but it still gave the Welsh the advantage.

While Bale’s free-kick led to Wales’ only goal, it was veteran goalkeeper Wayne Hennessey who emerged as Wales’ play-off final hero as he made several important stops to preserve their narrow lead.

For the most part, Hennessey only had to deal with speculative long-range efforts from Ukraine, which he would be expected to save. But his reaction save on substitute Artem Dovbyk’s header was an absolutely brilliant piece of goalkeeping and one of the top World Cup 2022 highlights in the play-offs.

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Wales could and probably should have won by more than one goal as they created some good chances in the second half. Aaron Ramsey wasted a glorious opportunity on a brilliantly worked counterattack, Bale had a shot well-saved by Ukraine keeper Heorhiy Bushchan, and substitute Brennan Johnson struck the post.

But the own goal proved to be enough in the end as Hennessey’s heroics – he finished with nine saves overall – helped Wales hang on to book their place to the World Cup in Qatar.

Wales need Ramsey to regain form before World Cup

Wales’ system over the years has been simple: get organised on defence, then launch counterattacks with Bale and Ramsey and hope the two stars can provide the quality in the final third. That system has been successful for the most part and was crucial in them qualifying for their first World Cup in 64 years.

Now that they’re in, the Welsh have a great opportunity to make it to the World Cup knockout round. They’ve been drawn in Group B along with England, Iran, and the USA. While the US are likely to offer some stiff competition, Wales are arguably the better team and should fancy their chances of making it through as group runners-up.

However, Wales will need Ramsey to return to somewhere close to his best if they hope to make some noise in Qatar. The 31-year-old missed a big chance against Ukraine, which underlines his lack of form at the moment.

Ramsey has had a rough last couple of years as his move to Juventus has not panned out. His loan move to Rangers this past January was also underwhelming as he missed the crucial penalty in their Europa League final loss to Eintracht Frankfurt.

Bale and Ramsey are both in their 30s now and are no longer in their primes. But while Bale has still shown glimpses of the quality he possesses for the national team, Ramsey must rediscover his form in the next few months for the Dragons to play up to their true potential in the World Cup.


 

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World Cup 2022: Socceroos Still Alive and Kicking

Australia’s hopes of qualifying for World Cup 2022 – which would be their fifth straight World Cup berth – are still alive.

The Socceroos are headed to the inter-confederation play-offs against Peru after coming away 2-1 winners in a tough battle against the UAE.

Australia came into the match in poor form as they won just one of their last seven qualifying matches and finished a distant third in Group B behind Saudi Arabia and Japan.

But despite the absence of star Tom Rogic, the Socceroos showed some impressive fighting spirit to overcome the Emiratis.

Read on below as SBOTOP shares three key takeaways from this Asian World Cup 2022 qualifier.

Socceroos show resilience

Australia did not come into their big World Cup qualifier against the UAE in the best of shape. The Socceroos had a disappointing third round of qualifying as they won just four of 10 games – including one in their last seven – to finish a distant third in Group B behind Saudi Arabia and Japan.

Graham Arnold’s side also did not look all too convincing in their 2-1 friendly win against Jordan, which raised further concerns about their ability to overcome the UAE.

Adding to Arnold’s problems was the fact that he would be without his key midfielder, Celtic star Tom Rogic, who withdrew from the side due to personal reasons.

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Australia’s Ajdin Hrustic celebrates after scoring the winning goal in their World Cup 2022 qualifier against UAE

But amid all that adversity, Australia were playing relatively well against the UAE. Granted, they were not too active offensively in the first half and needed captain Mat Ryan to make some smart saves.

The Socceroos stepped up their game in the second half, though, and they took the lead through Jackson Irvine on 53 minutes.

However, the Socceroos suffered a setback as the UAE struck back just four minutes later. A defensive miscue from Irvine allowed Caio Canedo to score the equaliser.

But instead of shrinking, the Socceroos showed impressive strength and resiliency as they took the game to the Emiratis. And they were rewarded with a rather fortuitous goal six minutes from time as Ajdin Hrustic struck a sweet volley which took a wicked deflection from UAE defender Ali Salmeen that gave Khaled Eisa no chance.

It was an impressive performance overall by the Socceroos, who showed their mental strength amid the adversity they’ve had to endure in recent matches.

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Without a doubt, the biggest concern surrounding the Socceroos in recent matches had been their lack of quality and creativity in attack. And that concern was only magnified by Rogic’s withdrawal from the squad.

However, a trio of players stepped up in Rogic’s absence against the UAE. Jackson Irvine and Martin Boyle were both excellent in the match. They combined brilliantly for the opening goal and were responsible for most of the team’s World Cup 2022 highlights. And Hrustic – who was part of Eintracht Frankfurt’s Europa League-winning side – also stepped up and delivered the most crucial contribution of the match.

Looking ahead to the play-off final, Australia will have another big challenge to overcome against a Peru side that is well-organised and tough to break down defensively. But the performance of Hrustic, Irvine, and Boyle against the UAE was quite promising as it showed the Socceroos do have the playmakers who can cause the Peruvians some problems.

Missed opportunity for UAE’s second Golden Generation

While Australia kept alive their hopes of qualifying for their fifth consecutive World Cup finals, the UAE will have to wait four more years to end their three decade-long wait to return to the World Cup stage.

However, this may have been the last, best chance for this ‘Golden Generation’ of Emirati football to make it to the World Cup.

This terrific generation, which includes all-time leading scorer Ali Mabkhout, the talented Omar Abdulrahman, and Walid Abbas, led the country to Gulf Cup glory in 2013 and reached the last four of the Asian Cup in back-to-back tournaments in 2015 and 2019. But they fell short in qualifying for the World Cup 2018 and were again unable to overcome the World Cup 2022 odds this time around.

The likes of Mabkhout and Abdulrahman are now in their 30s, and the likelihood of them still being at their best four years later when the next World Cup rolls around are quite remote.

But despite their inability to lead the UAE back to the World Cup, they will still go down as some of the greatest players in the country’s history.


 

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World Cup 2022: Peru or Socceroo?

Peru vs Australia

In the other inter-continental play-off, Costa Rica face New Zealand on Tuesday when the final place will be decided and the Costa Ricans are expected to come through that test, while Wales took the 30th place last week with a dramatic play-off victory over Ukraine.

The winners of this tie will join World Champions France, Denmark, and Tunisia in Group D and Peru will go into the game as favourites with SBOTOP odds of 1.41 to make it to Qatar, while Australia must overcome odds of 2.81 to make it to a fifth successive World Cup finals.

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Gareca’s Peru can make it five for CONMEBOL

At 22nd in the FIFA World ranking, the Incas are 20 places above Australia and they came through an extremely tough South American group with good enoughWorld Cup 2022 resultsto finish fifth behind Brazil, Argentina, Uruguay, and Ecuador.

A 2-0 win over Paraguay in their final match clinched the play-off place ahead of heavyweights Colombia and Chile so they are certainly battle-hardened.

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Ricardo Gareca has transformed Peru since taking over in 2015

Colombia features names such as Liverpool’s Luis Diaz and the legendary Radamel Falcao so Peru head coach Ricardo Gareca can be proud of his squad, but he will be determined to see the job through.

The boss has worked wonders since he took over the Incas in 2015, inheriting a side which had lost 16 of its 17 away games over the previous two qualifying campaigns. He organised his team from the back and made them harder to beat, and the results over the past seven years have been impressive.

Peru faced France at the last World Cup and Les Bleus know what to expect if they meet again, commenting that their 2018 group match with Peru was one of their toughest games, ending in a narrow 1-0 win for France.

This team is certainly hard to break down. But going forward, 30-year-old attacking midfielder Christian Cueva is the man who can make the difference. With 15 goals in 91 caps he can play in the middle or out wide on the left. He is a clever dribbler with quick feet and he likes to drift in to try his luck on the edge of the penalty area.

Hrustic keeps Soceroos’ dream alive

Australia edged past the UAE to reach this play-off and it took an 84th minute deflected goal from Eintracht Frankfurt midfielder Ajdin Hrustic to see the Socceroos through.

His heavily deflected volley deceived the UAE keeper and head coach Graham Arnold is now one step away from leading his team to Qatar. Hrustic is a star on the rise, winning the Europa League with Frankfurt, and he is the man to watch in a fit and functional side. 

Former Brighton keeper Mat Ryan, now at Real Sociedad, skippers the side and has the most big match experience and he’s sure to be a busy boy on Monday.

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The World Cup 2022 betting oddswon’t feature either of these two teams when we’re looking for a winner, but both have a pretty good history in the competition.

Peru have made five appearances at the finals, first in 1930 and, in 1970, the Incas reached the quarter finals in Brazil. They also featured in the 2018 World Cup finals in Russia and were 2019 Copa America runners up.

More recently, the Socceroos have appeared on the World Stage four times in succession, first qualifying in 2006 and they have been ever-presents since.

2006 was their best performance, ending with a Round of 16 defeat to eventual winners Italy, but that was the high point and the Socceroos have not registered a victory since 2010.

Recent form favours Peru who have won four, drawn one, and lost one of the last six, the defeat being a hard fought 1-0 reversal to a star-studded Uruguay.

Meanwhile, Australia have won three, drawn one, and lost two against rather more modest opposition, the two defeats coming against Japan and Saudi Arabia.

Betting Tip

A place at World Cup 2022 is the prize and both teams will go all out for the win. The Socceroos will believe they can upset the odds and the Double Chance: Australia or Draw is available at 1.82, suggesting the underdogs will push Peru all the way.

The Incas aren’t big scorers, notching 19 goals in their 18 qualifying matches, and a tight game and a 1-0 Peru win at odds of 4.74 looks in the cards and that would spark wild celebrations in Lima. I strongly suspect we’ll see Peru on the world stage again in November.

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World Cup 2022: The Golden Ticket is Up for Grabs in Doha!

Costa Rica vs New Zealand

It’s the hottest ticket in international football.

The Intercontinental Play-Offs and a place at Qatar 2022 – one of only two remaining – up for grabs.

If the two places which remain, one will be decided by this World Cup 2022 qualifying clash in Doha.

After all the many months of sweat, skill, toil and World Cup qualifying highlights, it all comes down to this.

It’s Los Ticos versus the Socceroos.

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Let’s start with Los Ticos.

I covered all Costa Rica matches at the last World Cup and, although they didn’t progress out of their group, they gave a good account of themselves in each and every encounter.

Their 2-2 draw with Switzerland was one such example and, but for a bit more good fortune, they would have already qualified for Qatar as they finished fourth in the CONCACAF group, just behind the USA on goal difference.

That they were three points behind Canada and Mexico, who held their first two positions, shows how close the battle was in North and Central America, yet that only tells half the story.

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For last November, they had taken just six points from their first seven qualifiers.

In came Gerson Torres and the core parts of their 2014 team – when they reached the World Cup quarter-finals – such as Bryan Ruíz, Keylor Navas and Celso Borges were revitalised.

Indeed, they have won seven and drawn one of their last eight matches, recording six clean sheets in that period.

No wonder when they have the likes of Navas – a triple Champions League winner with Real Madrid (2016-18) – as their last line of defence.

While on one side, Costa Ricans have been regulars at World Cup tournaments this century – my first encounter with them was in Italia 90 and a famous victory over Scotland – New Zealand are anything but.

In fact, there is a distinct difference between the opponents they have faced in the Oceania qualifying section and those in Concacaf.

The Kiwis were dominant as they secured first place in their qualifying group but the fact they are ranked as the 101st best international team in the world (Costa Rica are 33rd) tells its own story.

They have talented players, not least in their main attacking threat, Chris Wood of Newcastle United, while another name you may know is a fine defender who also graced the English top flight in Winston Reid.

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New Zealand are actually sweating on Reid’s fitness after the experienced defender missed Thursday’s goalless draw with Oman in a warm-up friendly.

Despite this, they go into this play-off as underdogs.

Although they know they are outsiders, they will look to use the hurt caused by painful home defeats against Mexico (2013) and Peru (2017) to make it to the tournament for only the third time in their history.

It was in 1982 when New Zealand delighted neutrals the world over with their spirit, even though they lost all their group games to Scotland, Brazil and USSR, scoring twice and conceding 12 in three games.

However, in 2010 in South Africa, they were rather unfortunate, drawing all three group matches against Slovakia, Paraguay and Italy – that 1-1 draw was one of the biggest shocks in World Cup history – only failing to reach the knockout stages by the narrowest of margins.

The achievements of the class of 2010 must be the aim for the 2022 intake but it remains a big ask.

History

The nations have only met once before and that was a friendly in 2007 when Costa Rica ran out 4-0 winners in San Jose.

On that occasion, Alvaro Saborío netted two penalties with goals from Alonso Solis and Ruiz sandwiched between.

Betting Tip

Costa Rica are firm favourites with the SBOTOP World Cup qualifying betting odds.

Los Ticos can be backed 1X2 @ 1.66 and Asian Handicap -0.75 @ 1.96 compared to the All Whites, offers on whom include 1X2 @ 5.40 and Asian Handicap +0.50 @ 2.31.

The 1X2 Draw after 90 minutes is available @ 3.40.

If you expect goals, then look at Total Goal 0-1 @ 2.23, 2-3 @ 1.86 and 4-6 @ 5.20.

A repeat of their only previous meeting – Correct Score 4-0 – will pay out at an attractive @ 38.00.

If New Zealand can sneak a 1-0 win in Doha then a pay day awaits of @ 11.50, again with Correct Score.

I do think Costa Rica will win this one, though it will be fairly close.

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World Cup 2022: Ecuador Will Go To The Ball!

It was billed as opportunity knocks for Chile and heartbreak for Ecuador.

But no, the talk that Chile could replace their South American counterparts at Qatar 2022 is now consigned to just that – talk.

Ecuador shall go to the ball – and there is relief all around.

In the words of the president of the Ecuadorian FA, “sporting justice has been done”.

There was concern they could miss out but the nation which thought it had secured World Cup 2022 qualifying and clinched its place in March can now breathe more easily.

Where did all the fuss come from?

From a rival, of course, who they had finished above in the standings.

It all centred on defender Byron Castillo with the Chilean Soccer Federation suggesting he may have been born in Colombia and not Playas, Ecuador – the issue of his possible place of birth leading to a full blown investigation that threatened to cost them their spot at the biggest sporting event of the year.

Claims of an ineligible player used by the Ecuadorian Football Federation during World Cup qualifying meant the nation’s place at Qatar 2022 hung in the balance.

They claimed that in deploying an ineligible player, La Tri should be removed from the tournament, which they reached as the fourth-placed team in the South America pool.

However, in their search to prove wrongdoing, Chile may well have missed that Castillo’s nationality had already been disputed and proven a year or so ago.

In 2019 the Barcelona defender was under investigation for adulterating his birth documentation but eventually, in April last year, it was determined that Castillo was indeed Ecuadorian.

And so, FIFA has issued a favourable ruling in the Castillo case and rather than be thrown out of Qatar 2022, the Tricolor can now focus on the World Cup and look forward to Group A encounters with the host nation, Holland and Senegal in November.

Whether we can expect many World Cup qualifying highlights from a nation competing in the tournament for a fourth time remains to be seen.

Their previous best, incidentally, came in 2006 in Germany when they reached the last 16, only losing narrowly to England and a David Beckham free-kick.

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World Cup trophy during the 2018 finals

They are not even expected to reach that far this time, given they are ranked 46th in the world, and I am certain the SBOTOP World Cup qualifying betting odds will agree closer to the time this autumn.

For now, though, their inclusion is a cause for celebration for a nation which has long been minnows of international football.

Did Chile, which finished in seventh place in South American qualifying and had been in the last chance saloon for some time, have a point or did their claim Castillo – who played in two matches against them during qualifying when he was ineligible – smack of desperation?

It was the latter for me.

Some may even argue it is karma for there is a precedent for a nation to be banned from World Cup contention on the grounds of fielding an ineligible player, or other sanctionable offenses.

Chile was itself the target of a 1994 World Cup ban after goalkeeper Roberto Rojas feigned injury during 1990 World Cup qualifying.

Then it was discovered that Rojas used a hidden razor blade to cut himself, making it look like he was injured by a flare that never hit him. Chilean players refused to retake the field after the incident citing security concerns, but video showed the sequence of events to be a hoax.

The 2-0 forfeit loss was enough to knock out Chile from the 1990 World Cup and see it subsequently punished with a ban from the 1994 tournament.

Fellow North Americans, Mexico, was banned from the 1990 World Cup – just four years after hosting the tournament – after the “Cachirules” scandal, in which it fielded four over-age players at the CONCACAF Under-20 championships.

There have been other stories too but, alas, this is a not a history lesson.

This is about the here and now.

After missing out on Russia 2018, they were indebted to Gustavo Alfaro for taking them back to the global stage, one they previously graced at Korea/Japan in 2002, Germany in 2006 and Brazil eight years ago.

That they qualified alongside regional powerhouses Brazil, Argentina and Uruguay also showed it was no fluke and they are there very much on merit.

Ecuador have made it to the biggest football show in town and, for them, well and truly, the World Cup party can begin!


 

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World Cup 2022: Redmayne’s Dance Moves and Heroics Send the Socceroos to Qatar

Australia 0-0 (5-4 on pens) Peru

Australia have reached their fifth consecutive World Cup with a 5-4 penalty shootout win after a 0-0 draw against Peru last night at the Al Rayyan Stadium.

This inter-continental play-off match was as good as advertised since it turned out to be a nail-biting affair. And in the end, it was the Socceroos who secured their spot for World Cup 2022 following a rollercoaster qualification campaign.

Andrew Redmayne became Australia’s hero as he made crucial saves during the penalty shootout, which proved to be the main difference for the Socceroos.

Graham Arnold’s side became the 31st nation to join the exclusive 32-team cast in Qatar. On the other hand, the final spot for November’s festivities is up for grabs between Costa Rica and New Zealand, and their match will happen in just a few hours from now.

Although there weren’t any goals from Australia and Peru, there are still a couple of World Cup 2022 highlights to look into and SBOTOP is here to recap them one by one.

Highlights of the game

Australia manager Graham Arnold watching his team during the World Cup 2022 qualifying match
Australia manager Graham Arnold coaching his side during the World Cup 2022 qualifying match

Australia were on roll heading into this match and they set the tempo early on. But despite having the edge, they couldn’t get any clear-cut chances.

One of Australia’s rare opportunities came at 41st minute when Martin Boyle whipped a cross to Jackson Irvine, but the St. Pauli midfielder sent his headed effort wide.

Following a dry first half from either side, it was Los Incas who came out strong in the second half as they tested Australian goalkeeper Mat Ryan – who made a vital save as Sergio Pena teed up Christofer Gonzales. Minutes later, Aaron Mooy had a shot from 20 yards that drifted out wide.

Come the 80th minute, the Socceroos had three good opportunities to break the deadlock. Ajdin Hrustic’s tame spot-kick was easily saved by Pedro Gallese. Aziz Behich narrowly missed his curling ball after breaking through the Peruvian backline minutes later, and Awer Mabil found Hrustic via a through-ball but Gallese came to the rescue once more.

Edison Flores had two chances of his own to try and steal the match for Los Incas as he tested Mat Ryan a couple of times towards the end of extra time but couldn’t convert.

After 120 minutes couldn’t separate Australia and Peru, the qualification for the World Cup in Qatar came down to the penalty shootout, and Graham Arnold made one bold move that would turn out to be genius by bringing on Andrew Redmayne to replace Mat Ryan.

Christian Cueva was then stretchered off due to an injury and was replaced by Alex Valera. It was a huge blow for the Peruvians since Cueva is likely to have been one of their best penalty takers ahead of the shootout.

Martin Boyle missed the first for Australia while Gianluca Lapadula made it for Peru and it looked like Los Incas were about to win. However, Luis Advincula misfired and the Socceroos converted five straight.

Alex Valera, who was brought on to replace Christian Cueva earlier, was under immense pressure to draw level.

Andrew Redmayne danced along the goal line and waved his arms around as part of his penalty-saving tactics, and it worked to perfection as he dove down to his right and blocked Valera’s low ball.

Joyous scenes followed for Australia thanks to the “Grey Wiggle”, although Redmayne refused to take credit for winning the game and the spot for Qatar.

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Australia are no longer new to matches like these as they’ve participated in a record six previous inter-continental play-offs prior to last night.

There are now three inter-continental play-off ties that have been settled by penalties, and all of them were won by the Socceroos.

Substitute Andrew Redmayne – the hero for the Socceroos – only had two caps prior to this game.

The shots between Australia and Peru were pretty even as the Socceroos had 11 total shots while Los Incas had 10. Peru, though, had the slight edge in the possession at 53-per cent.

What’s next?

After going through a gauntlet and defying the World Cup 2022 odds to book their berth in Qatar, Australia will take a break in these next few weeks.

They’ll take on New Zealand in a friendly at Eden Park in late September before facing France for their first Group D match at Qatar in November. The Socceroos are also grouped alongside Denmark and Tunisia.

As for Peru, it’s back to the drawing board for Ricardo Gareca and co. Like Australia, they’ll also have a long break, but they won’t have any international competitions anytime soon.


 

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World Cup 2022 Qatar: You Won’t See These Five Stars

The world of football is looking forwards to a showcase tournament in a totally new environment when the World Cup 2022 kicks off in Qatar in November.

The best players on the planet will be there as the 32 qualifying nations land on the global stage; but there will be some notable absentees. European Champions Italy are missing out on the World Cup for the second tournament in succession, and that means some of the players who starred at Euro 2020 will be watching the action on the television. Had Roberto Mancini’s men made the final then the World Cup 2022 betting odds would have placed them in the group of potential winners.

The Azzurri are ranked sixth in the world by FIFA; and there are four other big hitters from the top 30 missing, as South American giants Colombia and Chile missed out, as did Sweden and Nigeria. And that means some special talents will be taking a month off; so let’s take a look at five of the best.

Nicolo Barella, Inter Milan; Italy

You could take your pick from the Italian league of big name players who will be absent in Qatar; Lorenzo Insigne, Ciro Immobile and Domenico Berardi, all featured in the SBOTOP Serie A Team of the Year would have graced the global stage. And, had he been in Qatar, Nicolo Barella would surely have featured heavily in the World Cup 2022 highlights too, having impressed so much at the Euros.

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Italy’s Nicolo Barella in action with Germany’s Niklas Sule

Inter Milan’s midfield ace has been in Nations League action, and he scored a brilliant goal in the Azzurri’s 2-1 win over Hungary last week, rifling a right footed shot from outside the penalty area into the top left corner. At 25 years of age he already has 38 international caps, scoring eight goals and he is one of the first names on Roberto Mancini’s team sheet.

Juan Cuadrado, Juventus; Colombia 

Colombian centurian Juan Cuadrado is one of the most exciting players in world football on his day, and in his 111 games for his country he has been the danger man most opposing defences fear the most. Now 34 years of age Cuadrado’s trophy cabinet is full; he won the Premier League with Chelsea before moving to Juventus in 2015 and he’s become a fans favourite in Turin, helping the Old Lady to win five Scudettos. Twice a Copa America semi-finalist with Colombia, the last time in 2021, the 2022 World Cup was probably the last chance we’ll have to see Cuadrado on the world stage, but he’ll be featuring in the next Copa… that’s for sure.

Fans in Qatar will miss his electric runs down the right flank, though left sided defenders will be happy they won’t face his technical genius and trickery.

Emil Forsberg, Red Bull Leipzig; Sweden 

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With 17 goals in 74 internationals Red Bull’s attacking midfielder Emil Forsberg has been Sweden’s most creative talent when Zlatan Ibrahimovic isn’t on the field. And, at 30 years of age, he’ll certainly expect to make Euro 2024 and possibly the next world cup. He’s the only Swede to score four goals in a major finals competition, which he did at Euro 2020 and he was unlucky not to score more, hitting both the post and the crossbar in a Round of 16 loss to Ukraine.

Alexis Sanchez, Inter Milan; Chile

Chile’s most capped player is also the country’s top scorer as Alexis Sanchez has scored 48 goals in 148 appearances. He is often lauded as his nation’s greatest player of all time, leading them to back to back Copa America wins in 2015 and 2016. And he became the most expensive player in Chile’s history when he moved to Barcelona for a fee of 37.5m Euros in 2011. He won six trophies with the Blaugrana before transferring to Arsenal for 35m Euros and he won the Fans PFA Player of the Year award in 2015 while in North London.

A Scudetto winner with Inter Milan, at 33, Sanchez is still a special talent, and he’ll be sadly missed at the World Cup.

Victor Osimhen, Napoli; Nigeria 

Despite missing a big chunk of the season with a horrific facial injury, suffered in an accidental clash of heads with Inter Milan defender Milan Skriniar, Osimhen still made the top ten scorers in Serie A with 14 goals. And that made him Napoli’s top scorer in a campaign where they were in the hunt for the Scudetto until the last couple of games.

At 6ft 1in Osimhen is a powerful striker as good in the air as on the ground and, at 23, he has a long international career ahead of him. By the time the 2026 World Cup come around Osimhen will be in his prime.


 

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World Cup 2022: How Qatar’s Group A Mates Made It Through

Qatar were the first country to secure their spot for World Cup 2022 when they were chosen to host the tournament over a decade ago. As a result, they no longer needed to go through the rigorous qualifying process.

On the other hand, their three Group A opponents – the Netherlands, Senegal and Ecuador – had to earn their place in the finals the usual way.

Read on below SBOTOP tells the tale of how all four Group A teams made their way to World Cup 2022.

Qatar

Qatar’s debut appearance in the World Cup is 12 years in the making. Their bid to host World Cup 2022 won in 2010, beating four other contenders in Australia, South Korea, Japan and the United States. As a result, they were set to become the first Arab state to host the World Cup.

FIFA’s awarding of the World Cup to Qatar was met with much controversy, as allegations of bribery emerged. There were also concerns about the temperature during the tournament given Qatar’s extreme heat in the summer, which is why the tournament was moved to December.

But despite these controversies, Qatar was able to keep the World Cup, and they are set to play in football’s premier tournament for the first time.

In lieu of qualifying games, Qatar have played in several friendlies and tournaments to prepare for the World Cup. They won the Asian Cup for the first time in their history in 2019, beating Japan 3-1 in the final.

They were also guest nations in the 2019 Copa America as well as the 2021 Gold Cup. After losing two of three games in the Copa America, they reached the semi-finals of the Gold Cup, narrowly losing 1-0 to eventual champions, the United States. Qatar’s Almoez Ali was the tournament’s top scorer with four goals.

Senegal

Senegal are aiming for a strong World Cup 2022 campaign
Senegal’s Sadio Mane reacts during an Africa Cup of Nations match

Senegal had a strong campaign in the group stage of CAF World Cup qualifying. The Lions of Teranga went undefeated with five wins in six games in a group that included Togo, Namibia, and Congo as they scored 15 goals and conceded just four.

Liverpool star Sadio Mane scored in each of their first three group games, which were all comfortable wins, but didn’t score again in the last three. Famara Diedhiou and Ismaila Sarr scored three of Senegal’s six goals in those three games to secure top spot.

Senegal then drew Egypt in the World Cup play-offs, a rematch of the 2021 Africa Cup of Nations final which the Lions of Teranga won on penalties.

After Egypt won the first leg 1-0, Senegal won the second leg by the same scoreline to send the tie into penalties once again. And just like in the AFCON final, Senegal emerged victorious, with Mane scoring the decisive penalty.

Ecuador

Ecuador were the big surprise in South American qualifying. La Tri won three of their first four qualifying matches and didn’t look back as they grabbed the fourth and final automatic qualifying spot ahead of star-studded sides Colombia and Chile.

While lacking in star talent compared to their other South American neighbours, the Ecuadorians were impressively organised by coach Gustavo Alfaro. They conceded just 19 goals in qualifying – tied for the third-best defensive record – while Michael Estrada led the team with six goals.

Despite failing to win their last four games, Ecuador did enough to stay ahead of Peru, who ended up losing to Australia in the inter-continental play-off.

La Tri drew three of their last four games – they held Peru to a 1-1 draw in their crucial clash and also forced 1-1 stalemates at home against the top two, Brazil and Argentina – to secure fourth spot and their fourth World Cup berth.

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Netherlands

The World Cup 2022 odds have the Netherlands as the big favourite to win Group A, and with good reason. The Oranje had a strong qualifying campaign as they won UEFA Group G with seven wins, two draws, and just one loss.

Frank de Boer was in charge for the first three games of qualifying, but he stepped down after a disappointing Euro 2020 and was replaced by Louis van Gaal.

The Dutch went undefeated in the last seven qualifying games under van Gaal (five wins, two draws) while scoring 21 goals as they topped Group B, two points ahead of Turkey. Memphis Depay finished as the co-leading scorer in qualifying with 12 goals. Depay has continued his fine goalscoring form for his country in the UEFA Nations League, and will be keen to create some World Cup 2022 highlights in Qatar.


 

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World Cup Group B: England Expects…

When the World Cup 2022 finals draw was made, England fans, and a fair few officials had a broad smile on their face as the Three Lions were pitched against Iran, the United States and a European qualifier, which turned out to be Wales.

At fifth in the FIFA rankings, Gareth Southgate’s team is by far the best in this group, with the USA in 15th, Wales 18th and Iran 21st. So the World Cup 2022 betting odds will tell us the Stars and Stripes should make the Round of 16 and then go out, while England will be on the fringe of the final four.

But the World Cup sometimes throws up a surprise and England’s Nations League results have been poor, prompting questions over the future of their head coach. Having reached the semi-final of World Cup 2018 and the final of Euro 2020, the fans hope this could be their year but I suspect that, ultimately, England expects…disappointment.

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So why is this SBOTOPwriter so glum about the prospects of the top team in this group? The Three Lions coasted through the qualifiers, winning European Group I in superb style with eight wins and two draws and a goal difference of 39 to three.

Well, the disappointment of losing the Euro 2020 final on penalties to an Italy team which was older in years and more modest in ability, but mentally and physically tougher, still rankles. You can have all the potential in the world and a bunch of nice guys who are social media influencers, but if you can’t win when the stakes are at their highest then you have a fatal flaw. And I believe this England side and their manager have that problem.

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Will they win the group? Probably. But England seem to be lacking confidence at the moment, sitting bottom of their Nations League group with two draws and two defeats, one a 4-0 thumping at the hands of Hungary.

Player to watch: Harry Kane

Now 28 years of age, one of the most prolific strikers in English football history is yet to hold aloft a trophy or pick up a winners medal. He has been loyal to perennial chokers Spurs in the Premier League, earning a 2019 Champions League runners-up medal and he has a Euro 2020 runners-up medal with England.

While he may struggle to lead a team to success, individually Kane is a truly brilliant goal scorer and is a decent bet to repeat his Golden Boot performance at the Russia 2018 World Cup.

Iran

At 21, Iran was the highest-ranked nation in the Asian qualifiers and they won their Group C with six wins and two defeats, away to Bahrain and Iraq. Dragan Skokic’s team scored 24 goals in two games against Cambodia, winning 14-0 and 10-0, and then gathered momentum in the third round group, leading their table with eight wins, one draw and a single defeat, pushing a strong South Korea side into second place and the UAE into third.

Player to watch: Sardar Azmoun

The prolific 27-year-old striker has scored 40 goals in 63 outings for Iran and bagged 52 in 79 games over two and a half seasons with Zenit St Petersburg, before joining Bayer Leverkusen following the outbreak of war in Eastern Europe. He’s a powerful player, strong in the air and with great bursts of speed, and was, in his early days likened to a young Zlatan Ibrahimovic.

United States

With seven wins, four draws and three losses in their CONCACAF qualifying group, the USA cut it mighty fine to qualify for Qatar, trailing Canada and Mexico and beating the play-off nation Costa Rica on goal difference only. Losses to Canada, Costa Rica and Panama put this young team under pressure but they came through by a whisker.

Player to watch: Christian Pulisic

At 23 years of age, the three times US Soccer Male Athlete of the Year winner is the jewel in the Stars and Stripes crown. He has 21 goals in 51 international appearances and 19 in 74 matches for Chelsea. A classy attacking midfielder he is the man most likely to spark any US success.

Wales

Drawn in a group with Belgium, Wales were never going to qualify automatically and they did well to edge out the Czech Republic to take second place. And then they had to navigate a really tough play-off against Ukraine as neutrals around the world hoped their opponents would come through. But an Andriy Yarmolenko own goal and a heroic display from keeper Wayne Hennessey saw Rob Page’s team packing their bags for Qatar.

Player to watch: Gareth Bale

Gareth Bale looks to lead Wales as they return to the World Cup stage this 2022 in Qatar
Wales star Gareth Bale in action during their Nations League match against Netherlands

He’s sure to feature in the World Cup 2022 highlightsat some stage and, with 39 goals he is the Dragons’ top scorer of all time. Bale is also just three caps behind Charlton defender Chris Gunter who has 109, so he is surely Mr Wales! Bale once angered Real Madrid fans by hinting he’d rather play for Wales and now he has another chance to show it.

At 32 years of age he still has that odd flash of brilliance which so delighted Spurs fans back in the day.


 

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World Cup Group C: South Americans in Favoured Spots, But Beware Poland in Qatar

The line-up for FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022 was confirmed last week.

As predicted on these very pages, Costa Rica secured their spot by seeing off the challenge of 10-man New Zealand.

Meanwhile, Australian football had its own Tim Krul moment as the period of spirited Peru punching above their weight came to an end.

Just as Dutch boss Louis van Gaal did at the 2014 World Cup quarter-finals when he brought on his back-up goalkeeper in the dying stages of extra-time against Costa Rica, Australia rolled the dice by bringing on third-choice goalkeeper Andrew Redmayne just before the penalty shootout as a goalless draw neared its dramatic conclusion.

So now we know the full list of all 32 nations and, while there will be many stars who will not grace the world’s finest stage in 2022, plenty will.

Of course, the reality of a first ever World Cup during the northern hemisphere’s winter has been known about for some time but is only now truly beginning to sink in.

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I can still remember the day in late 2010 when it was announced the tournament had been awarded to Russia for 2018 and then Qatar four years later.

That was always going to mean significant upheaval to the domestic programme across Europe’s elite leagues, yet the reality appears to have dawned more since the fixture list for the 2022-23 English campaign was released five days ago.

For now we can see very clearly that there will be a six-week hiatus to top-flight club football from mid-November through to Boxing Day.

Meanwhile, the Championship will pause from the early part of November until the end of the group stage.

It is far from ideal that any club football is taking place during the tournament and it should not be allowed to happen again, yet the decision to award this tournament to this country at this time of the year was made in the Sep Blatter era and many will have their own views on that period in our game.

A period in which FIFA’s then chairman supported Qatar’s bid, although has since said the governing body may have made the wrong decision.

Incidentally, Mr Blatter is currently on trial in Switzerland for fraud, embezzlement and other corruption charges.

Whatever the reality, it is widely agreed the hosting of the tournament is controversial and, with memories of Manchester City’s title triumph and Nottingham Forest’s promotion via the play-offs still fresh, there is no question that a mid-season World Cup could well dictate the rhythm of the summer transfer window for some clubs.

The chance to sign a player who may not have to travel halfway round the world for up to a month will appeal to some; the chance to stay injury-free may well be on the minds of players, while the sports science departments at some clubs may have to rejig training plans to ensure players — plenty still feeling the effects of two relentless and draining campaigns — are ready.

Poland is drawn into Group C and will face Mexico in their first match of the 2022 FIFA World Cup
Poland’s Robert Lewandowski in action with Belgium’s Axel Witsel

In Group C, Argentina have been assured of their place at the showpiece since November, while Mexico, Poland and Saudi Arabia all qualified within six days of each other in March.

While the South American giants and Copa America holders, spearheaded by the brilliant Lionel Messi, have not been in action since June 5, the CONCACAF Nations League has taken the attention of Mexico until June 15 with five games in little over a fortnight. Whether that helped manager Gerard Martino focus his mind towards his final squad or hindered his preparations with yet more football is unclear!

Likewise, four games in a fortnight in the Nations League were surely something Poland wanted to avoid as players need sufficient time to recover from another non-stop campaign.

This SBOTOP observer is guessing at least Saudi Arabia played their friendly encounters at the start of the month out of choice, rather than necessity.

The need to secure top spot in Group C in November is clear and the World Cup betting odds make Argentina clear favourites.

Mexico probably have the edge over Poland too, although given that the second-place team from Group C may well face world champions France in the last 16, the onus on winning the group is clear.

The South Americans should have the edge because of their footballing ability but at least the temperatures should ensure there is no distinct advantage.

With the World Cup finals being held between November 21 and December 18, the temperature in Qatar should reach around 25C (77F).

Had the finals been held in June and July, as they normally are, the matches would have been played in temperatures exceeding 40C and possibly reaching 50C.

Qatar initially proposed that it would host the finals during the summer in air-conditioned enclosed stadiums, but the plan was rejected.

It will still be Argentina and Mexico to progress for me, although never rule out a nation whose attack is spearheaded by Robert Lewandowski.

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World Cup 2022: France’s Title Defence Won’t Be as Smooth as Most Would Think

Football’s biggest party is just around the corner as the World Cup 2022 is set to commence this November where 32 nations battle for the recognition of being the sport’s best team.

Here at SBOTOP, we’ve already previewed Group A, B, and C, so today we’re going look into Group D and examine how the four teams here made it to the biggest stage.

Reigning champions France are headlining the group alongside Denmark, Tunisia, and Australia. Remarkably, Group D will see a repeat for three nations who were bunched in the same group just like before as France, Denmark, and Australia were all once part of Group C.

In 2018, France and Denmark advanced to the next phase while Australia finished last. Tunisia, like Australia, didn’t make it either as they were third in Group G behind Belgium and England.

France

France qualified for the World Cup after topping Group D in the European qualifiers. In the eight group stage matches, Les Bleus never lost a game with five wins and three draws.

When the qualifiers started, France were also competing in Euro 2020 and in the 2021 UEFA Nations League where they had a mixed bag of results.

In Euro 2020, they went to as far as the Round of 16 but they eventually lost to Switzerland via penalties after a 3-3 draw in full time. Meanwhile, they won the most recent UEFA Nations League by beating Spain in the final.

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Fast forward to today, France aren’t in their best form as they’re currently last in Group A1 of the ongoing UEFA Nations League since they’ve yet to win a single match after four tries.

But despite their poor stretch lately, the World Cup 2022 odds see Les Bleus as a force to be reckoned with given their abundance of talent from all sides of the pitch.

Their front three of Karim Benzema, Kylian Mbappe, and Christopher Nkunku in particular will definitely strike fear to opposing defences since they’re capable of producing plenty World Cup 2022 highlights in Qatar.

Denmark

Denmark will aim to continuously build on their remarkable showing in Euro 2020 here at the World Cup.

The Danes’ campaign had a horrific start in the European showpiece when Christian Eriksen had a cardiac arrest in their opening day loss to Finland, but they powered through his absence and made it to the final four where they fell short to eventual runners-up England.

Denmark plan to continuously build on their remarkable showing in Euro 2020 here at the World Cup 2022
Denmark manager Kasper Hjulmand coaches during their UEFA Nations League match against France

Following their success in Euro 2020, Denmark were dominant in Group F of the European qualifiers as they’ve won nine out of their 10 group stage matches and right now they’re also doing well in the UEFA Nations League, leading Group A1 with nine points after the first four games.

Kasper Hjulmand’s side has been doing it by committee and he has an intriguing core of youngsters and veterans, with the fully recovered Christian Eriksen leading the way alongside the likes of Joakim Maehle, Andreas Christensen, Kasper Schmeichel, Mikkel Damsgaard, and Jonas Wind.

Tunisia

Make it back-to-back World Cup appearances for Tunisia and their sixth overall, and they’ll be looking to impress in Group D. They were successful in the CAF qualifiers since they finished on top Group B with four wins, one loss, and one draw.

The Carthage Eagles are embarking on a new era as Jalel Kadri is taking over at the coaching helm, replacing Mondher Kebaier after falling short of their expectations when they only went to as far as the quarter-finals during the AFCON earlier this year.

Tunisia’s preparations ahead of November have been going well as they’ve recently won the Kirin Cup, beating Chile and Japan with an aggregate tally of 5-0.

No one from Group D should take this team for granted given their weapons, namely Wahbi Khazri from Saint-Etienne, and youngsters Mohamed Ali Ben Romdhane from ES Tunis and Hannibal Mejbri from Manchester United.

Australia

After a strong start to their qualifying campaign, the Socceroos’ automatic qualification disappeared as they tailed off with losses to Japan and Saudi Arabia and they had to earn their Qatar berth the hard way.

Australia had to overcome UAE in a separate Asian qualifying play-off to meet Peru in a single-elimination intercontinental play-off barely a week later.

The Socceroos held their nerve against Los Incas to beat them 5-4 on penalties after going 0-0 in full time, thanks to Andrew Redmayne’s heroics.

This will be Australia’s fifth consecutive World Cup appearance and they’re aiming to progress through the Round of 16 for the first time since 2006.


 

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World Cup 2022: Five Months to Go!

The most talked about World Cup 2022 in modern times is inching closer folks as we have just 150 days to wait before the opening fixture between Senegal and Netherlands at the Althumama Stadium in Doha.

It will be a World Cup like none before it since it’ll be played in the European winter between November 21st and the final on December 18th, so the run up to Christmas will look totally different in homes throughout the world.

Festive decorations will have a footy theme in millions of households and the television schedules will be dominated by the action in Qatar as World Cup 2022 updates roll in around the clock.

For those lucky enough to have tickets for the showcase tournament, it will have a different feel to those preceding it, with fans expected to show deference to the culture of the host nation. Conservative clothing and sensible drinking will be the order of the day as fans will behave themselves in and around the stadiums.

The players will have to adapt to unusual conditions too, in air conditioned stadiums, while fans will be able to hire tents at £160 a night as Qatar is reported to be running out of affordable hotel spaces.

Meanwhile, FIFA have decided to allow 26-man squads, the same number authorised at Euro 2020 in a move likely to favour the biggest football nations with more than two players per position available.

In six months time it will all be over, but the speculation is beginning to mount. So let’s take a look at the five most fancied teams and see what their players are up to at the moment.

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Brazil

The World Cup 2022 betting odds have Tite’s Brazil as the favourites to lift a sixth world cup and a first in 20 years. The Selecao have a star-studded side, from their two Premier League winning keepers in Ederson and Alisson, right through to Neymar who will lead the attack.

The 30-year-old Paris Saint-Germain star has been the subject of speculation that he may be on his way back to Barcelona if the two teams can come to an agreement and two other strikers may also be on the move.

Manchester City striker Gabriel Jesus is close to agreeing a deal to move to Arsenal, while Leeds United sensation Raphinha is being courted by a number of clubs.

France

Didier Deschamps France are defending champions and they once again will carry Europe’s hopes on their shoulders. Since winning the 2018 tournament, Les Bleus have won the UEFA Nations League, though they have made a poor start to the 2022/23 competition.

The squad is dripping with talent and Kylian Mbappe has endeared himself to his nation’s fans by opting to stay in the French league with Paris Saint-Germain instead of heading to Real Madrid, while Leipzig’s Christopher Nkunku could be the 2022 breakout star. The attacking midfielder had a brilliant Bundesliga season and he is coveted by a host of top teams.

England

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It’s difficult to know what to make of England at the moment. The 2018 semi-finalists had their best chance of winning a trophy since 1966 when they faced Italy in the final of Euro 2020. But with an early lead in front of their home fans at Wembley, against a team which has failed to qualify for successive World Cups, they choked.

And the Three Lions have looked disjointed and bereft of confidence in four Nations League games which have yielded draws against Italy and Germany and two losses to Hungary, including a 4-0 drubbing last time out. Head coach Gareth Southgate is beginning to feel the pressure.

Spain

The SBOTOP preview of Group E will be out at the weekend and we’ll be taking a look at Luis Enrique’s young side who, after impressing at Euro 2020, will be a team to watch in Qatar.

The Barcelona duo of striker Ansu Fati (19) and midfield star Gavi (15) were still at school during the 2018 World Cup but they are both likely to feature for La Roja in November.

Two more Barca youngsters in centre-back Eric Garcia and striker Ferran Torres will both push for a start, while the experience will come from their 33-year-old teammate and captain Sergio Busquets.

Argentina

Head coach Lionel Scaloni ended Argentina’s 28-year wait for a trophy when they lifted the 2021 Copa America and now he hopes to win a first World Cup since 1986. It would be a fitting end to captain Lionel Messi’s international career who, at 34 years old, will almost certainly play in his last World Cup.

This could also be a big tournament for Inter Milan hit man Lautaro Martinez who, at 24 years, already has 20 international goals in 38 appearances.


 

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World Cup 2022: Big Hopes in Group E

Two European heavyweights come face to face in Group E of the Qatar World Cup 2022where both Spain and Germany will aim to go deep into the competition. 

Led by the vastly experienced Sergio Busquets, Spain have an exciting young side and Germany too are in a transition phase under new head coach Hansi Flick, who has plenty of fine young players to work with. But both teams will need to make a strong start in a group which also contains World Cup veterans Japan and hard-to-beat Costa Rica.

The action opens on the 23rd November when Germany meet Japan and Spain face Costa Rica. But the tie of the group will be a rematch of the 2010 World Cup semi-final when a Carlos Puyol header beat Germany and sent La Roja to the final… which they won.

Germany took the World Crown in 2014 but neither reached the latter stages in 2018 when Spain went out in the Round of 16 to hosts Russia, while Germany finished bottom of their group. 

Flick will try to erase the memory of that disaster as Germany go into a major finals without former boss Joachim Loew for the first time since 2004. They will find a tough opponent in Japan, who reached the knockout phase in 2018 for the third time in five finals, seeing off Poland and Senegal in the process.

Costa Rica make up the group, appearing in their seventh World Cup finals and they have dreams of emulating their best-ever performance, a quarter final appearance in 2014.

Spain

Luis Enrique’s Spain have been picked out as one of SBOTOP’s potential winners after they navigated their qualification group in style, seeing off the challenge of a tough Sweden side. The emergence of players such as highly rated defender Pau Torres and striker Ferran Torres has lifted Spain back to the top of the European pile, reaching the Nations League final before losing to France.

This is a creative, attacking team and promises to be one of the most entertaining, but it also has a steely quality which has emerged with determination following an unlucky semi-final exit to Italy at Euro 2020.

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Player to watch: Gavi 

At 17 years of age, Barcelona’s centre midfield starlet is a phenomenal prospect, widely viewed as one of the best young players in the world. With ten caps already Gavi is Spain’s youngest-ever capped player and has already been likened to his club boss Xavi.

Germany

After winning the 2014 World Cup, Germany were expected to kick on, but they did just the reverse, failing to make the knockout stages in 2018 and labouring at Euro 2020. But they have been back to their imperious best, qualifying with the joint-highest points total in Europe alongside Denmark with 27 points from ten games – nine wins and a solitary defeat.

Unbeaten in 13 games since their Euro 2020 loss to England, this is a nation on the up again. The pre-tournament World Cup 2022 betting oddssuggest Germany will make the quarter-finals at least, and then they are in with a chance of going all the way.

Player to watch: Joshua Kimmich

In a team with talents such as Kai Havertz, Ilkay Gundogan and Serge Gnabry, the stand out performer is FC Bayern midfielder Kimmich. At 27 years of age, he is in his prime as the near-perfect box-to-box midfielder, able to break up play and pick a killer pass at any moment.

Japan

The Samurai Blue had a comfortable passage through to the finals, seeing off Australia to qualify automatically from the AFC region and they will be hopeful of reaching the Round of 16 again, and maybe going a step further for the first time.

Ranked 23rd in the world, this is an experienced football nation with stars including Liverpool’s Takumi Minamino and Sampdoria’s Maya Yoshida in their ranks. Coach Hajime Moriyasu has been with Japan since 2018 and has developed a well-balanced outfit, organised in defence and ambitious in attack.

Player to watch: Takumi Minamino 

Will Takumi Minamino be the key to Japan’s mission to go beyond the knockout stage of the World Cup 2022?
Takumi Minamino with the ball during one of Liverpool’s Premier League matches last season

Expect some entertaining World Cup 2022 highlightsto come from Liverpool’s versatile forward. Minamino’s opportunities at Anfield have been limited with Mo Salah, Sadio Mane, Roberto Firmino and Diogo Jota in the attacking group, but he’s done well when called upon and is a classy performer.

Costa Rica 

A third-minute goal from Joel Campbell was enough to see Los Ticos through to the finals with a 1-0 win over New Zealand in the intercontinental playoff. And it was no more than head coach Luis Fernando Suarez deserved as he guided his team to fourth place in the CONCACAF World Cup qualifiers, missing out on automatic qualification on goal difference alone, finishing level on points with the USA. 

In 2022 Costa Rica have won seven, draw one and lost one, keeping seven clean sheets in the process, with PSG veteran keeper Keylor Navas between the sticks.

Player to watch: Joel Campbell

Former Arsenal striker Campbell was the man to fire Los Ticos to Qatar and he’s the most likely to score the goals for his team in Group E. He can play down the middle or out wide and, with 25 goals from 117 internationals, he is a vital outlet in a well-disciplined side.


 

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World Cup 2022: Belgium, Croatia Welcome Canada Back to the Big Time

For the first time in 36 years, Canada are back on the biggest stage in football as they qualified for World Cup 2022. The co-hosts of the next World Cup in 2026 will be welcomed back to the tournament by perennial powerhouses Belgium as well as 2018 World Cup finalists Croatia and Morocco.

The World Cup 2022 odds have the Belgians installed as the big favourites to win the group, but all three of Canada, Croatia, and Morocco had impressive qualifying campaigns and look capable of claiming second spot.

Read on below as SBOTOP recaps how all four teams in Group F made their way to World Cup 2022.

Belgium

It was yet another impressive qualifying campaign from Belgium, who have made it to their third straight World Cup and their fifth consecutive major tournament.

The Red Devils went undefeated in Group E with six wins and two draws – one of which was a dead rubber in their group finale away to Wales – as they extended their remarkable unbeaten run in World Cup qualifiers to 28 straight matches (23 wins, 5 draws).

Such was Belgium’s dominance that they were behind for all of 42 minutes throughout qualifying as Roberto Martinez’s side scored 25 goals and conceded just six in the eight games. They conceded more than one goal just once in eight games, and that came in a 5-2 drubbing of Estonia.

Unsurprisingly, Romelu Lukaku remained among the goals as he scored five goals in qualifying. Hans Vanaken was second on the team with three goals, two of which he scored in their 8-0 thrashing of Belarus, one of the biggest wins in UEFA World Cup qualifying.

Canada

Canada have qualified for the World Cup 2022 and will appear at the finals for the first time in 36 years
Canada’s Cyle Larin celebrates his goal with Richie Laryea during their World Cup Qualifying match against Jamaica

Canada were already guaranteed a spot in the 2026 World Cup as co-hosts along with the United States and Mexico. But the Maple Leafs made sure they would be making back-to-back appearances as they qualified for their first World Cup in 36 years and just their second World Cup ever after a terrific qualifying campaign.

Canada finished top in the third round of CONCACAF qualifying, ahead of the region’s established heavyweights, Mexico and the United States.

Coach John Herdman, who took charge in 2018, has been instrumental in Canada’s rise in CONCACAF. Les Rouges have won 30 of 43 matches under him, with 4 draws and only 9 defeats. They won 8 of 14 games in the third round of qualifying, with 4 draws and 2 losses.

Canada had a bit of a shaky start as they drew four of their first five games, although two of those draws were away to both the United States and Mexico. But after that, they went on a blistering six-match winning streak, which included huge home wins over both the USMNT and El Tri.

Despite suffering shock 1-0 defeats away to Costa Rica and Panama in their last three qualifiers, Canada still qualified on top, edging out Mexico with a superior goal difference.

The Canadians boast a couple of talented young forwards in Cyle Larin and Jonathan David, who combined to score 11 of their 23 goals in qualifying. Those two, along with Bayern Munich full-back Alphonso Davies, were Canada’s key players in qualifying and figure to create some World Cup 2022 highlights in Qatar.

Croatia

After their terrific run to the World Cup final in 2018, Croatia are back in Qatar with the hopes of replicating that unlikely success in Russia.

With captain and midfield maestro Luka Modric still going strong, the Croatians produced one of their best World Cup qualifying campaigns as they won seven, drew two and lost just once in 10 games to win Group H, edging Russia by a single point.

And despite lacking big-name defenders, the Croatians conceded just four goals in 10 games, which was one of the best defensive records in European qualifying.

Croatia suffered a 1-0 defeat away to Slovenia in their World Cup qualifying opener, but they then went on a terrific six-game run where they did not concede a single goal. That run eventually came to an end in a 2-2 draw at home against Slovakia. But they bounced back to thrash Malta 7-1, then beat Russia 1-0 at home in their crucial group finale to clinch top spot in the group.

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Morocco

Morocco may seem like the least renowned team in this group, but don’t make the mistake of underestimating the Atlas Lions, who had an outstanding qualifying campaign. The Moroccans were the only side in Africa to come away from the second round of qualifying with a perfect record of six wins out of six.

Vahid Halilhodzic’s side steamrolled through Guinea, Guinea-Bissau, and Sudan as they scored 20 goals and conceded just one, which was a remarkable record. Moreover, they won all but one of their six games by three or more goals. Then came the two-legged playoff, where Morocco drew DR Congo. After a surprise 1-1 draw away from home in which they needed to come from behind, the Atlas Lions roared to a 4-1 win in the second leg at home – by far the most convincing victory of the five playoff ties – to reach the World Cup once again.


 

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