World Cup Group F odds: Croatia looks like the class of the group
A 4-1 win over Canada set Croatia up well to win Group F. Photo by Nathan Denette/CP.

With each team having played two games, let's take a look at the updated Group F odds.

The latest: While Canada cannot advance to the Round of 16, every other team has plenty to play for on December 1 in what's been a competitive group.

Here are the latest World Cup Group F odds.

World Cup Group F odds

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Odds as of 2:50 p.m. ET on 11/29/2022.

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Croatia (-104): Croatia did not impress out of the gate, but the team found its legs in a truly dominant performance against Canada in its second game.

A win over a struggling Belgium side would give the Croatians an excellent chance to win this group, but Morocco would still have a chance in that scenario if it can beat the Canadians decisively enough. Only a loss and a win or draw from Morocco would rob the group favourites of an opportunity to play in the round of 16.

Morocco (+220): The only scenario where Morocco doesn't go through is a convoluted one where it loses to Canada by a massive margin and the Belgians and Croatians draw — or Belgium wins by a narrow margin.

Winning the group is a taller order that would most likely come from a win and a loss or draw from Croatia. If Croatia wins, too, Morocco would have to top the Croatians on goal differential and it is already one behind.

Belgium (+295): Belgium's route to the round of 16 is simple, if not easy. It will go through with a win over Croatia. A draw could also work if Morocco gets filled in by Canada, but that doesn't seem likely based on what we've seen thus far.

Winning the group will require a win plus a loss or draw from Morocco.

Canada (OTB): After losing the first two games of its first World Cup appearance since 1986, even a win against Morocco won't be enough to advance.

It wasn't all bad for Canada, though, as the team showed well in its game against Belgium and scored its first-ever World Cup goal against Croatia.

There's plenty to build on for 2026 and beyond, but only one more match of playing for pride remains.

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