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The World Cup Semifinals In 2022, Predictions



World Cup anticipation for who will win the trophy in Qatar 2022 is growing among fans around the globe. The good news is that we did the grunt work and figured it out for you.

As we get closer to the Qatar World Cup Semi-Finals, the situation can change quickly. So, Half A Goal prepared a small Groups overview and predictions on Semi-Finals.

The Pairs Of The 1/4 Finals Of The 2022 FIFA World Cup 

  • Friday, December 9, 10am ET – 7am PT. Croatia – Brazil
  • Friday, December 9,  2 p.m. ET Netherlands – Argentina
  • Saturday, December 10, 10:00 a.m. EST / 3:00 p.m. GMT / 4:00 p.m. CET. Morocco – Portugal
  • Saturday, December 10, 2:00 p.m. EST / 7:00 p.m. GMT / 8:00 p.m. CET. England – France

Brazil and Argentina, as well as France (or England) and Portugal, can play each other in the semifinals.

  • Netherlands/Argentina – Croatia/Brazil
  • England/France – Morocco/Portugal

Semi-Final World Cup Predictions

Analysts from Half A Goal analyzed the history and past matches of all teams in the 2022 World Cup and determined that the most likely contenders to win the semifinals would be Argentina, Brazil, France and Portugal.

Based on the bookmakers’ predictions, as well as the past matches played by these teams, it can be noted that each team has its own strengths in strategy. Nevertheless, only two teams will make it to the finals that will not only show attack on the field, but also those teams who will make the least number of reckless decisions on the field. 

The underdogs can be identified by analyzing odds and teams key problem areas based on their matches’ performance at the 2022 World Cup. According to Half A Goal, they are Croatia, England, the Netherlands and Morocco. 

Groups Overview, Who Will Be in the Finals?

The main contenders for the final are Brazil and Argentina, however just one team can proceed to the Final. Expecting to watch a historical battle of South-American teams in semifinal.l

The World Cup is said to determine not just the team that will lift the most coveted trophy in the world, but also the country where soccer is currently better developed than in any other country in the world. Whatever the outcome of the Qatar Mundial, the strongest football nation in the world right now is probably France.

Before and during the tournament, Didier Deschamps’ team suffered huge personnel losses: Benzema, Kante, Pogba, Lucas Hernandez – there is hardly any team in the world that could cope with such a powerful blow to their team potential. And France is doing well, and despite its losses, it looked more than a real contender for the title in the group stage.

Who could prevent the French from reaching the final? England, after being in a fairly easy group, managed to have trouble even there against the United States. The English went far at the last two major tournaments, largely due to an easy playoff schedule; this time, it won’t be any different. Portugal might simply lack skills.

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