In Qatar, 32 nations will compete in the 2022 Fifa World Cup.
The most watched football tournament in history is set to start after more than ten years of accusations, disputes, and hostility.
On the field, the World Cup continues to be the sport's highest point,
and the stakes are higher than ever.
32 teams will compete in eight groups at the World Cup 2022, with France serving as the defending champion.
Karim Benzema, a forward, was not included in the French team in 2018,
but it is anticipated that he will be returning when Les Bleus face Australia on November 22 in a Group D battle.
The most recent 2022 World Cup odds from Caesars Sportsbook, however, indicate that Brazil is the favourite to win the tournament.
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