World Cup Group C odds: Argentina favoured ahead of clash with Poland
Argentina are favoured to win Group C in what will be Lionel Messi's final World Cup. Photo by Frank Augstein/AP.

Lionel Messi has announced this will be his final World Cup, so Group C will hold some extra meaning for soccer fans everywhere.

The latest: Argentina is favoured to win the group despite sitting in second. Poland holds value as a dark horse and Mexico looks to advance past the group for the eighth consecutive tournament.

Here are the current World Cup Group C odds.

World Cup Group C odds

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TeamWinnerTop 2
Argentina-225-625
Poland+195-265
Saudi Arabia+2,000+245
MexicoN/A+270

Odds as of 2:10 p.m. ET on 11/28/2022.

Check out the latest odds to win Group C.

Argentina (-225): Argentina sits second in Group C with three points, but very much has control of its own destiny when it comes to finishing first. Its remaining group stage match comes against Poland, which holds down the top spot with four points. A win likely catapults Argentina to first, as it owns a two-goal advantage against Saudi Arabia, the only other nation that can finish atop the group.

Speaking of the Saudi Arabians, they're responsible for Argentina's only loss at the World Cup. They pulled off a shocking upset in Group C's opening match, downing the favourites 2-1.

Poland (+195): Like Argentina, Poland also controls its destiny with regard to winning Group C. The Poles opened their run with a 0-0 draw against Mexico before winning 2-0 against Saudi Arabia.

A win or draw against Argentina in its final group stage game will lock Poland into first place. A loss most likely leads to a second-place finish, but a Saudi Arabia win would knock Poland down to third. This could be the first time Poland advanced beyond the group stage since 1986.

Saudi Arabia (+2,000): Saudi Arabia is the only other team that can win Group C, but it still needs some help doing so. In order to win the group, it needs a win over Mexico and a draw between Poland and Argentina. That would put it in first with six points, a shocking result but one that isn't impossible.

Saudi Arabia is no stranger to surprises, as the nation knocked off Argentina 2-1 in its tourney-opening match. Of course, Argentina had three goals called back for offside in the contest, but that doesn't count for much at this point. If you're into long shots, Saudi Arabia fits the bill.

Mexico (N/A): Mexico can't finish first, but it can still advance. Its best-case scenario is a Poland win over Argentina and a win of its own over Saudi Arabia. If Argentina wins or ties with Poland and Mexico wins, it'll come down to goal differential and Mexico owns the worst mark in Group C at -2.

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