World Cup Group Group D odds: France tops board, Denmark favoured to place second
France looks to become the third country to defend its World Cup title. Photo by Christophe Ena/AP.

The defending champions have all but cemented themselves as the Group D winners.

The latest: France looks to run it back after its 2018 triumph while Denmark boasts a sneakily solid squad and Australia returns to its fifth straight World Cup. Interestingly, all three of those countries were in Group D together at the 2018 World Cup.

Here are the updated World Cup Group D odds.

World Cup Group D odds

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TeamWinnerTop 2
FranceOTBOTB
Australia+10,000+155
DenmarkN/A-210
TunisiaN/A+2,800

Odds as of 3:09 p.m. ET on 11/28/2022.

Check out the latest odds to win Group D.

France (OTB): It would take some truly bizarre results for France to not finish first. After wins against Australia and Denmark, it owns a plus-four goal differential. The only team that can catch it is Australia, and that would require a six-goal swing in favour of the Socceroos.

Considering France faces Tunisia and the Aussies battle Denmark, we see little chance of that happening.

Australia (+10,000): The Socceroos need a lot of help if they're going to finish in the top spot of Group D. Australia sits three points and six goals back of France for first in the group. Essentially, its only path for first requires a three-plus goal victory against Denmark while also needing a three-plus goal loss from France against Tunisia.

We're not holding our breath on either of those outcomes, making this bet one worth fading.

Denmark (N/A): Denmark can't finish first, but after a loss to France and a tie with Tunisia, it is in need of a win over Australia to advance. Any other result would send it home early from the 2022 World Cup.

Tunisia (N/A): Tunisia's in a dire situation, needing a win over France and some help from there. Its easiest path to advance also requires a draw between Australia and Denmark. It could also get through with a Denmark win, although it does get trickier from there as it would then need to score more goals than the Danes.

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