2022 World Cup Date Set As Sportsbooks Release FIFA Props

  • Cristiano Ronaldo is favored to play in the 2022 World Cup with -150 odds.
  • Odds favor there not being a rematch of the 2018 World Cup Final with -5000 odds.

QATAR — World Cup officials have set the dates for the 2022 World Cup that will be held in Qatar. It is set to begin on Monday, November 21, 2022, and conclude on Sunday, December 18, 2022.

With the dates finally being set after the World Cup was postponed due to the coronavirus pandemic, online sportsbooks have taken note of this and posted different prop bets.

Off the different World Cup prop bets the one that soccer bettors and fans around the world are concerned with right now is if Cristiano Ronaldo will be playing in the 2022 World Cup.

Will Ronaldo Play in the 2022 World Cup?

  • Yes -150
  • No +130

The 35-year-old Ronaldo has hinted that he could retire sometime in 2020 in an interview, but in that same interview also stated that he could play until he is in his 40’s.

“I've already broken so many records, but there are other priorities in life. I have a big family, with a wife and children involved. Is it worth sacrificing it all? God only knows. I don't know, maybe I could end my career next year but I could also play until I'm 40 or 41. What I always tell myself: 'enjoy the moment,” said Ronaldo.

Ronaldo finished his first year in Juventus in typical fashion with 28 goals in 43 games. This shows that he has no signs of slowing down.

Another prop bet posted is if there will be a rematch of the 2018 World Cup Final when France defeated Croatia.

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Will The 2022 World Cup Final Be A Rematch Of The 2018 Final?

  • Yes +2500
  • No -5000

All signs are pointing to France being able to hold up their side as they are currently the favorites to win the whole thing with +500 odds.

Croatia on the other hand does not look like they will have a fighting chance this time around as their odds are far behind at +5000. With that being said, betting the favorite here could end up in easy money.

There is also a World Cup prop bet on if Team USA will qualify. The odds are favoring that they will qualify with -500 odds while there are +300 odds that they will not qualify.

It is hard to see why Team USA would not qualify despite recent problems with qualifying. Soccer, along with every other sport in the United States is very competitive. They have some of the best talents that the sport has to offer in Christian Pulisic, Tyler Adams, and Zach Steffen.

Their coaching staff is yet to be set, but with some high-quality individuals in the MLS, bettors can count on the team having the best of the best. With that being said, bettors can choose the favorite here and count on the United States being at the World Cup.