2022 World Cup betting tips, odds, lines, picks, times, more

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The 2022 FIFA World Cup continues to roll on through the Thanksgiving holiday with plenty of appetizing games to help soccer fans and bettors have their fill. Things get started early Thursday morning morning with Switzerland facing Cameroon. The 8 a.m. fixture features Uruguay against the Korea Republic followed by Portugal against Ghana. The last match of the day pits World Cup betting favorite Brazil against Serbia.

We've got you covered with everything you need to know to make a bet on each day's World Cup games, including the latest odds, picks, tips for experts and more.

2022 World Cup Daily: Betting Tips and Picks for Groups A and B on Friday

Paul Carr, Dan Thomas and Dalen Cuff offer their advice for Friday's World Cup games, including United States (+550) vs. England (-195), Qatar (+460) vs. Senegal (-155), Netherlands (-129) vs. Ecuador (+380) and Wales (+116) vs. Iran (+270).

2022 World Cup: How to bet the USMNT vs. England

What can we expect from the USMNT in their second match of the World Cup vs. England? Our analysts offer their best practices for betting Friday afternoon's game.

World Cup's biggest shocks: Argentina's loss to Saudi Arabia among most stunning upsets ever

Argentina saw their 2022 World Cup campaign get off to a catastrophic start as Lionel Messi & Co. suffered a shock 2-1 defeat against Saudi Arabia (+2500) in the opening game of Group C. Chris Wright breaks down the biggest upsets in World Cup history.

How to bet the 2022 World Cup: Three-ways, Golden Boots and more

Don't know your "draw no bets" from your "double chances?" Here is an essential betting guide to the different types of wagers, futures, and lines offered for the 2022 World Cup.

U.S. bettors backing USMNT as long shot to win World Cup

David Purdum explores why U.S. bettors are taking the United States men's national team to win the World Cup in Qatar despite having as long as 250-1 odds overseas and 100-1 or shorter in the U.S.

Why World Cup betting is a guessing game for American bookmakers

David Purdum gives an inside look at the expectations American bookmakers have for betting interest on the 2022 World Cup in Qatar.