World Cup Group G odds: Brazil looking for its sixth title
Brazil are favoured to win the 2022 World Cup and are expected to breeze through Group G. Photo by Lee Jin-man/AP.

In a World Cup full of surprises, Group G has largely gone according to expectations.

The latest: Brazil has the deepest team in the tournament, Switzerland's veteran talent is shining, while Serbia and Cameroon are both in need of a little help if they want to advance.

Here are the current World Cup Group G odds.

World Cup Group G odds

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Odds as of 4:05 p.m. ET on 11/28/2022.

Check out the latest odds to win Group G.

Brazil (N/A): Brazil has all but locked up the top spot in Group G. It would take a loss to Cameroon and a win by Switzerland plus a three-goals swing in favour of the Swiss to see any sort of shake-up a the top. With wins over the Swiss and Serbians thus far, Brazil sits comfortably atop the rest.

Switzerland (+8,000): A draw or win against Serbia and a Brazil win or draw against Cameroon clinches the Swiss a spot in the next round. A loss to the Serbians, though, results in an early trip home. Switzerland has earned a win over Cameroon and a loss to Brazil at the World Cup.

Serbia (N/A): Serbia is in must-win territory against Switzerland in its final group stage match following a loss to Brazil and a 3-3 tie with Cameroon. It also needs Cameroon to lose or draw with Brazil.

Cameroon (N/A): Cameroon lost 1-0 to the Swiss and tied 3-3 with Serbia. It, too, needs a win to advance and some help. Although a win over Brazil seems unlikely. In addition to that, it needs the Swiss to lose or draw with Serbia.

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