World Cup odds and schedule November 22: Messi and Mbappe play in star-studded Day 3
There are three World Cup games on November 21, including France and Australia. Photo by Christophe Ena/AP.

The World Cup continues with a four-game slate on Tuesday.

We begin with Lionel Messi and Argentina up against Saudi Arabia. Then Denmark plays Tunisia and Mexico meets Poland before the final match of the day: France, the defending champs, vs. Australia.

Check out our World Cup odds and schedule, as well as our best picks, for November 22.

World Cup odds and schedule

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Argentina vs. Saudi Arabia5:00 a.m.Argentina -670+700Saudi Arabia +2,200
Denmark vs. Tunisia8:00 a.m.Demark -177+280Tunisia +650
Mexico vs. Poland11:00 a.m.Mexico +170+205Poland +200
France vs. Australia2:00 p.m.France -360+450Australia +1,150

Odds as of 2:43 p.m. ET on 11/21/2022.

Argentina vs. Saudi Arabia: This will be Messi's last World Cup and his team has a tap-in to start the tournament. Argentina is one of the most talented teams in the field and the same can't be said about Saudi Arabia. We're expecting a blowout to kick off Tuesday's action.

Best bet: Argentina over 2.5 goals (-104)

Denmark vs. Tunisia: Denmark is one of the better defensive teams in this tournament. The Danes conceded just five goals in six Nations League games — their group had France and Croatia in it. Tunisia isn't much of an offensive powerhouse, either, so we're banking on a low-scoring contest.

Best bet: Under 2.5 goals (-165)

World Cup specialsOddsBet now
France -0.5, Mbappe and Giroud both to score+440 (was +400)Add to betslip
Canada to score vs. Belgium-115 (was -137)Add to betslip
Canada to win at least one World Cup game+100Add to betslip
Canada to score in every group stage game+250Add to betslip
A. Davies & J. David both to score in group stage+325Add to betslip
Davies 1+ goal & 1+ assist in group stage+400Add to betslip
Canada to advance past group stage+480 (was +400)Add to betslip

Mexico vs. Poland: This is the closest match of the day odds-wise and we're hoping it lives up to the hype. Expect a strong performance from Mexico, which has advanced out of every group stage since 1994.

Meanwhile, Poland's greatest-ever player — Robert Lewandowski — is still looking for his first World Cup goal and we have a hunch he'll get it.

Best bet: Lewandowski to score (+110)

France vs. Australia: France is looking to become the first country to win back-to-back World Cups since Brazil in 1958 and 1962. Les Blues have an easy match to begin their defence. Australia holds 475-to-1 odds to win it all and is one of the worst teams in the tournament.

With talents such as Kylian Mbappe and Oliver Giroud up front, we're expecting goals early and often.

Best bet: Over 2.5 goals (-137)

PicksOddsBet now
Argentina over 2.5 goals-104Add to betslip
Under 2.5 goals-165Add to betslip
Lewandowski to score+110Add to betslip
Over 2.5 goals-137Add to betslip

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