Argentina vs Saudi Arabia Prediction & Betting Odds – 2022 World Cup: Who Will Win?

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TournamentFIFA World Cup 2022
TimetableTuesday 22nd of November at 13.00 GMT
PredictionArgentina to Win!
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The eighth match of the 2022 Qatar World Cup will see the Argentina entertain Saudi Arabia, with the match scheduled for 22nd November at 1pm. The game will take place at the Lusail Stadium, most likely in front of a full house.

Of course, Argentina will start as clear favourites to prevail here, but the World Cup is known for delivering one or two shock results during the formative stages of the tournament.

But will this be the case here, or will Argentina impose themselves on their inferior opponents and emerge victorious? Let’s find out what our FIFA world cup betting odds and prediction for this game is!

💯 Argentina vs Saudi Arabia Betting Odds

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There are numerous betting markets associated with the clash between Argentina and Saudi Arabia, including straight match betting, handicap wagering, over/under markets and backing both sides to score.

We’ve outlined some of these below, while offering some initial Argentina vs Saudi Arabia betting odds from a number of the most popular Irish betting sites.

🏅 Argentina vs Saudi Arabia Odds for Match Winner

Below we are providing you with Argentina vs Saudi Arabia football world cup odds 2022 outright table from the best betting sites in Ireland and the UK. Let's see the various favourite world cup bookies odds.

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Argentina to Win1.181.111.221.181.141.201.18
Saudi Arabia to Win15.6923.0011.0017.0017.0015.0019.00
Draw6.407.007.255.506.505.506.50

⚽ Argentina vs Saudi Arabia Odds for Both Teams to Score

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Yes2.762.592.952.632.62.452.62
No1.451.401.381.441.451.501.44

🥅 Argentina vs Saudi Arabia Odds for Over/Under 2.5 Goals

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Over 2.5 Goals1.691.561.761.622.21.671.44
Under 2.5 Goals2.142.242.102.101.672.052.62

Argentina vs Saudi Arabia Match Prediction Summary
🏟️ Argentina vs Saudi Arabia Argentina Wins
🏆 Best Match Wins Odds1.18
⚽ Best Both Teams to Score Odds2.76/1.45
🥅 Best Over/Under 2.5 Goals 1.96 / 2.14
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🏠 Argentina Football Team World Cup Preview

There’s an almost inextricable link between Argentina and the World Cup, with ‘La Albiceleste’ set to appear in their 18th finals since the tournament began in earnest in 1930.

What’s more, Argentina have won two titles and reached three more finals during this sequence, with three of these appearances coming in a particularly successful period between 1978 and 1990.

Argentina will also start the tournament as one of the leading favourites among sportsbooks, as the remain in the midst of a 33-game unbeaten run that has seen them sweep through South American qualifying and deliver some imperious results in friendlies.

After the side concluded their WC qualification campaign with a 1-1 draw in Ecuador (where a late goal by opposition striker Enner Valencia secured Ecuador’s own passage to the finals), for example, Argentina thumped European champions Italy 3-0 at Wembley to claim the coveted ‘Finalissima’ and arguably establish themselves as the best team in the world.

They’ve since thrashed Estonia 5-0 at home, with manager Lionel Scaloni having lost just four times in total since taking charge in 2018.

🏆 Argentina's World Cup History

Argentina reached the WC final in the first iteration of the tournament back in 1930, before being edged out 4-2 by host nation Uruguay. A first-round exit followed in 1934, while Argentina refused to participate at all between 1938 and 1958.

Mixed results followed, with group stage exists in 1958 and 1962, but a quarter-final appearance in England in 1966 (which saw Argentina eliminated by the hosts in match where skipper Antonio Rattin was sent off and refused to leave the field for several minutes) raised hopes of what was to come in the future.

1974 saw Argentina reach the second group stage before being eliminated, while they managed to win the Jules Rimet trophy for the first time as the host nation in 1978. A further triumph followed on Mexican soil in 1986, when Diego Maradona inspired La Albiceleste to an unlikely win as a split striker in a 3-5-2 formation.

Despite losing the opening match of the 1990 World Cup as defending champions to nine-man underdogs Cameroon, they proceeded to their fourth final. However, they lost to an Andreas Brehme penalty in a 1-0 defeat to West Germany, and Argentina failed to progress beyond the quarters in the next five tournaments.

The talismanic Lionel Messi subsequently inspired Argentina to another final in 2014, earning the player of the tournament award despite La Albiceleste once again losing 1-0 to Germany thanks to an extra time goal by Mario Götze.

✔️ Argentina's Qualification and Road to the World Cup 2022

Argentina qualified for the 2022 FIFA World Cup with relative ease, winning 11 of their 17 CONMEBOL group matches and remaining unbeaten throughout.

This record saw them earn 39 points and claim second place behind group winners Brazil, with Argentina subsequently earning one of the four automatic qualification places for the 2022 World Cup. Interestingly, one final match between Argentina and Brazil has yet to be played on September 21st (having been previously postponed), but this won’t have any bearing on the final qualification places.

This extended Argentina’s impressive historic record in qualification too, with La Albiceleste winning 75 of their 136 qualification matches and losing just 25.



DateMatchFinal ScoreWinner
8th October 2020Argentina vs Ecuador1-0Argentina
13th October 2020Bolivia vs Argentina1-2Argentina
12th November 2020Argentina vs Paraguay1-1Draw
17th November 2020Peru vs Argentina0-2Argentina
8th October 2020Argentina vs Ecuador1-0Argentina
3rd June 2021Argentina vs Chile1-1Draw
8th June 2021Colombia vs Argentina2-2Draw
2nd September 2021Venezuela vs Argentina1-3Argentina
5th September 2021Brazil vs ArgentinaAbandonedAbandoned
9th September 2021Argentina vs Bolivia3-0Argentina
7th October 2021Paraguay vs Argentina0-0Draw
10th October 2021Argentina vs Uruguay3-0Argentina
14th October 2021Argentina vs Peru1-0Argentina
12th November 2021Uruguay vs Argentina0-1Argentina
16th November 2021Argentina vs Brazil0-0Draw
27th January 2022Chile vs Argentina1-2Argentina
1st February 2022Argentina vs Colombia1-0Argentina
25th March 2022Argentina vs Venezuela3-0Argentina
29th March 2022Ecuador vs Argentina1-1Draw

⭐ Argentina Players to Watch

Few WC squads are as deep or as talented as Argentina’s, and picking three standout players from this pool is incredibly tough. However, our expert team here at BetinIreland has worked tirelessly to select the most influential performers.

  • Lionel Messi: We’ll start with Argentina’s captain and talisman Lionel Messi, who has won a staggering 162 caps and scored 86 goals at better than a goal every two matches. In terms of his club career, the mercurial forward and former Barca legend has plundered 649 goals in 844 appearances, while he’s now excelling in a deeper-lying role for both club and country. Despite reaching the age of 35, Messi remains an influential player for his country, and one who will be desperate to win a World Cup before his international career ends.
  • Angel Di Maria: Angel Di Maria is another key component of Argentina’s attack, with the winger come wide forward one of the team’s chief creative influences. He’s also an incredibly experienced player, with 122 caps and 25 goals to his name to date. During his club career, he has struck 154 goals in 683 appearances, while his understanding and link-up with PSG teammate has proved highly effective during Argentina’s recent unbeaten run.
  • Lautaro Martinez: Inter Milan forward Lautaro Martinez is one of the most coveted attacking talents in the game, with the 24-year-old striker having struck 101 career goals in 240 club appearances. This includes 74 goals in 180 games for current side Inter Milan, although the striker has been linked with a move to Barcelona. For Argentina, Martinez has an excellent strike rate and has scored 20 goals in 38 international caps, so he’ll fancy his chances of pursuing the Gold Boot in Qatar.

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✈️ Saudi Arabia Football Team World Cup Preview

Saudi Arabia caught the attention of the footballing world during qualification, having edged out Australia for an automatic spot and even beaten the green and gold 1-0 to secure this status.

This result came as the side faltered in their pursuit of a sixth World Cup finals appearance, after a 2-0 defeat in Japan and a difficult 1-1 draw away at China PR.

Since qualifying for Qatar, the Saudis have lost two friendly matches against competitive South American rivals, namely Colombia (1-0) and Venezuela by the same scorelines. These matches were contested at home too, while they suggest that the side has a great deal to do if it’s to seriously challenge at the Qatar 2022 World Cup.

Few will also back Saudi Arabia to improve on their overall playing record at the WC, with the side having won three and lost 11 of their 16 finals matches and conceded 39 goals in the process.

🏆 Saudi's World Cup History

Saudi Arabia’s first appearance at the FIFA World Cup didn’t arrive until 1994, with the side not eligible to participate at all until 1978 as African and Middle Eastern football finally began to evolve.

What’s more, the Saudis excelled in the USA, beating both Morocco (on their WC debut) and Belgium to secure qualification to the round of 16. Saeed Al-Owairan scored a brilliant solo goal to beat the Belgians, although Saudi Arabia were defeated 3-1 by Sweden in the second round.

Group stage exits followed in 1998, 2002 and 2006, while the country regressed further by failing to qualify in 2010 and 2014.

The side returned to the top table in Russia in 2018, and despite a 2-1 win over Egypt, they were once again eliminated during the group stage.

✔️ Saudi Arabia's Qualification and Road to the World Cup 2022

Participating in the Asian Football Confederation (AFC) qualifiers, Saudi Arabia had to contest 18 matches to confirm their place at the 2022 World Cup.

Top seed Saudi Arabia were drawn into Group D during initial qualifying, winning six of their subsequent eight games and remaining unbeaten to claim top spot.

They subsequently progressed to the third round and another group stage, in which they once again managed to claim top spot. In doing so, they edged out Japan and fancied Australia into second and third respectively, guaranteeing themselves a place in Qatar in the process.



DateMatchFinal ScoreWinner
10th September 2019Yemen vs Saudi Arabia2-2Draw
10th October 2019Saudi Arabia vs Singapore3-0Saudi Arabia
15th October 2019Palestine vs Saudi Arabia0-0Draw
14th November 2019Uzbekistan vs Saudi Arabia2-3Saudi Arabia
30th March 2021Saudi Arabia vs Palestine5-0Saudi Arabia
5th June 2021Saudi Arabia vs Yemen3-0Saudi Arabia
11th June 2021Singapore vs Saudi Arabia0-3Saudi Arabia
15th June 2021Saudi Arabia vs Uzbekistan3-0Saudi Arabia
2nd September 2021Saudi Arabia vs Vietnam3-1Saudi Arabia
7th September 2021Oman vs Saudi Arabia0-1Saudi Arabia
7th October 2021Saudi Arabia vs Japan1-0Saudi Arabia
12th October 2021Saudi Arabia vs China PR3-2Saudi Arabia
11th November 2021Australia vs Saudi Arabia0-0Draw
16th November 2021Vietnam vs Saudi Arabia0-1Saudi Arabia
27th January 2022Saudi Arabia vs Oman1-0Saudi Arabia
1st February 2022Japan vs Saudi Arabia2-0Japan
24th March 2022China PR vs Saudi Arabia1-1Draw
29th March 2022Saudi Arabia vs Australia1-0Saudi Arabia

⭐ Saudi Arabia Players to Watch

Despite the international nature of world football, all of the Saudi Arabia squad ply their trade in the domestic league. This means that many players will be relatively unknown, but we’ve selected a few for you to keep your eyes on.

  • Salem Al-Dawsari: Salem Al-Dawsari is one of the best and most experienced players in the Saudi squad, with the winger having earned 65 caps and scored 17 goals for his country. He currently plays for Al-Hilal and has made 340 career appearances in total, scoring 73 goals from wide areas of the pitch. He’ll be one of the side’s most prominent goal threats in Qatar, so he’s one to watch from the start.
  • Yasser Al-Shahrani: Next up is Al-Dawsari's club teammate Yasser Al-Shahrani, who’s a versatile defender that is equally capable of playing either at right or left back. Having initially shone in the 2011 FIFA U-20 World Cup, he has gone on to win an impressive 69 caps for his country, scoring two goals and laying on others for his teammates. Interestingly, he once appeared alongside the legendary Lionel Messi on the official cover of FIFA 16.
  • Abdullah Al-Hamdan: We close with the talented young striker Abdullah Al-Hamdan, who’s only 22 and has already scored five goals in 20 international appearances. He also struck six goals in 14 games for the nation’s U-20 side, during which time he was earmarked as a precocious talent by coaches and scouts alike. He’s also the son of former Al-Shabab keeper and former Hetten manager, Abdulrahman Al-Hamdan.

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🥇 Argentina vs Saudi Arabia Prediction Who Will Win?

This is one of the easier football betting matches to call ahead of the World Cup, with Argentina vastly superior to their opponents and blessed with incredible attacking depth and quality.

So, although shocks do occur during the group stages of the WC (Argentina themselves were stunned by Cameroon in the opening match of the 1990 World Cup), we can’t see anything other than a comprehensive victory for the South Americans here.

Saudi Arabia can’t even take solace from the conditions, as despite the likelihood of the ground being hot and humid, Argentina are similarly acclimatised to such challenges.

Our Argentina vs Saudi Arabia match prediction: Argentina to win.

🔍 Our Argentina vs Saudi Arabia Betting Tips?

Handicap betting may be an option when wagering on this match, as Argentina have the quality to win by several goals if they play to their optimal level. You could also bet on there being over 2.5 goals in the match, as Argentina will fancy their chances of creating several chances against inferior opponents.

Argentina vs Saudi Arabia betting tip #1: So, rather than backing Argentina to win with a straight match bet, you could apply a handicap of –1.5 goals or higher to the favourites. In this case, so long as the Argentines win by at least two clear goals, your odds will come at enhanced and extended odds.

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✒️ Lewis Humphries - Sports Journalist, Tipster and Betting Expert

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This Argentina Vs Saudi Arabia prediction was written by Lewis Humphries. Lewis is a business and iGaming copywriter from the UK, who has a passion for sports betting and remote casino betting. He's reviewed some of the world's leading casino platforms, while creating blog posts and landing page content for various sports betting brands.

His content has also featured on a number of different sites, including Life Hack, Investopedia, Yahoo Finance and Business Insider. He also pens regular sports features for sites including 90 Minutes, Think Football Ideas and Sports blog.

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