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England World Cup Odds

Joanne Rivero

In the 2018 World Cup, England reached the semifinals, where they fell to Croatia in extra time. They then lost to Belgium in the third-place playoff match. However, England does have one World Cup title under their belt, from the 1966 tournament. It's difficult to see them losing the World Cup - they should make it at least to the round of 16 in the tournament.

The squad will be announced on Thursday at 2pm by Gareth Southgate, who is the England manager. Since the World Cup takes place in the middle of the season, there may be a few injury concerns. Among the most prominent players likely to be missing are Chelsea's Reece James and Tottenham Hotspur's Ryan Sessegnon. Injuries are a major worry in a tournament of this magnitude, but Southgate has a lot of flexibility to pick the players he feels will best fit the team.

England will likely have a number of new faces. Marcus Rashford has struggled for form with Manchester United but has made a name for himself in the past year. With eight goals in 18 appearances, Rashford has forced his way into Gareth Southgate's plans and will be an important part of the attack in 2022. Jordan Alexander-Arnold is less certain of starting in Qatar, but he's in the squad.

France won the World Cup last year, but England did not make the final. This time, they will be finalists in both competitions. Unlike the 1998 World Cup, England will be competing with two teams for the first time. Wales and England are drawn together in Group B. Both teams will win at least one game at the tournament.

Several experts believe England will win the World Cup. However, this is far from a sure thing, as injuries will be a big factor in this tournament. Both Brazil and Argentina have had a stellar run under popular coaches, but they haven't played many European sides since the last World Cup.

As a team, England has plenty of talent. Although France, Brazil, and Spain are favored to win the World Cup, England is still a legitimate contender. The key is to get past these teams in the knockout rounds. But they must be careful, as their opponents are likely to be strong.

In the first match against Iran, England will be heavy favorites. Their opponents have averaged only 0.6 goals in their previous 15 World Cup games, so England should win in a close match. It is unlikely that Iran will score any goals, as England is not a strong offensive side.

England have a number of key players for this tournament. Harry Kane, for example, has made an impressive impact at Tottenham, scoring 15 goals last season. However, he has yet to earn his first England cap. Despite this, he remains a key player heading into the tournament.