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Brazil try to win the unprecedented title of the Women’s Volleyball World Cup

Starting this Friday, September 23rd, the Brazilian Volleyball Team will go into action in the Netherlands and Poland in search of its first title of the Volleyball Women’s World Cup. Great challenge for coach Zé Roberto Guimarães’ team. Will the conquest of this important trophy finally come? So that you can make good guesses at sports betting sites, check out the tournament guide that was prepared by the Gazeta Esportiva team below.

2022 Women’s Volleyball World Cup

This year’s championship will be the 19th edition of the Mundial, which will run from September 23 to October 15, in Dutch and Polish cities. The dispute has six venues, three in Holland and the other three in Poland, in seven gymnasiums in total.

The venues that will host the matches are as follows: Apeldoorn (Omnisport Apeldoorn), Arnhem (GelreDome) and Rotterdam (Rotterdam Ahoy), in the Netherlands, and Gdansk (Ergo Arena), Gliwice (Arena Gliwice) and Łódź (Atlas Arena and Sport Arena w Łodzi), in Poland.

Twenty four teams are classified for this competition of the Fédération Internationale de Volleyball (FIVB). They are: Serbia, Netherlands, Poland, Italy, Turkey, Germany, Belgium, Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Croatia, Dominican Republic, Puerto Rico, United States, Canada, Brazil, Colombia, Argentina, China, Japan, South Korea, Thailand , Kazakhstan, Cameroon and Kenya.

form of dispute

The selections are divided into four keys, with six teams each. The top four teams in the groups qualify for the second stage. Later, two new groups will be formed, this time with eight participants each. The four countries on each side that have the best campaigns will go to the final phase.

The final phase is nothing more than the quarterfinals. The winners face each other in the form of crossing, in the semifinals, as it happens in the Olympic Games. Whoever loses, still plays the dispute for third place.

see the groups

A group

  • Netherlands
  • Italy
  • Belgium
  • Puerto Rico
  • Cameroon
  • Kenya

Group B

  • Poland
  • Türkiye
  • Dominican Republic
  • South Korea
  • thailand
  • Croatia

Group C

  • U.S
  • Serbia
  • Germany
  • Bulgaria
  • Canada
  • Kazakhstan

Group D

  • Brazil
  • China
  • Japan
  • Argentina
  • Colombia
  • Czech republic

What is the history of the Brazilian National Team in the World Cup?

Certainly, coach Zé Roberto and his athletes will play with blood in their eyes and with a huge desire to be champions. It is important to mention that the Brazilian Volleyball Team was runner-up on three other occasions throughout history.

The title is choked. The defeats happened in 1994, to Cuba, in 2006, to Russia, and in 2010, when the Russians again won consecutively.

According to Betano, one of the main sports betting houses nowadays, the end of the green and yellow fast pays the quotation of 8.00 for every 1.00 applied by you.

For now, the Brazilians arrive in the competition as the current South American champions. In the last test held before the World Cup, on September 19, they beat the Germans, in Berlin, by 5 sets to 0 (25/22, 25/20, 25/19, 25/20 and 25/20). This commitment was valid as a training game.

The debut takes place on the 24th, at the GelreDome, in the city of Arnhem, against the Czech Republic, at 3:30 pm, Brasília time. The remaining games are scheduled for the following dates:

  • Monday, September 26 – 13:30 – Brazil vs Argentina
  • September 28, Wednesday – 10:00 – Brazil vs Colombia
  • Friday, September 30 – 9:15 am – Brazil v Japan
  • October 1, Saturday – 9:00 am – Brazil v People’s Republic of China

Players called up for the Women’s Volleyball World Cup

  • Central: Carol, Carol Gattaz, Julia Kudiess and Lorena.
  • Opposites: Kisy and Lorenne.
  • Tips: Gabi, Rosamaria, Pri Daroit and Tainara.
  • Central: Carol, Carol Gattaz, Julia Kudiess and Lorena.
  • Liberos: Nyeme and Natinha.
  • Setters: Macris and Roberta.

World Cup sports betting

Odds to be champion

  • United States – 2.50
  • Italy – 3.50 – Current European champions
  • Serbia – 6.00 – Acts world champion
  • Brazil – 8.00
  • Türkiye – 10.00
  • China – 10.00
  • Japan – 15.00
  • Poland – 50.00
  • Thailand – 75.00
  • Holland – 75.00
  • Germany – 75.00
  • Dominican Republic – 100.00
  • Croatia – 150.00
  • Canada – 150.00
  • Czech Republic – 150.00
  • Argentina – 150.00
  • Puerto Rico – 200.00
  • South Korea – 200.00
  • Bulgaria – 200.00
  • Belgium – 200.00
  • Kenya – 500.00
  • Kazakhstan – 500.00
  • Colombia – 1,000.00
  • Cameroon – 1,000.00

Odds to win medal

  • United States – 1.30
  • Italy – 1.40
  • Serbia – 1.70
  • Brazil – 2.20
  • Türkiye – 3.50
  • China – 3.50
  • Japan – 5.00
  • Poland – 20.00
  • Thailand – 25.00
  • Holland – 25.00
  • Germany – 25.00
  • Dominican Republic – 50.00
  • Czech Republic – 60.00
  • Argentina – 75.00
  • Croatia – 75.00
  • Canada – 75.00
  • South Korea – 100.00
  • Puerto Rico – 100.00
  • Belgium – 100.00
  • Bulgaria – 100.00
  • Kenya – 200.00
  • Kazakhstan – 200.00
  • Colombia – 500.00
  • Cameroon – 500.00

Odds to win the group

A group

  • Italy – 1.12
  • Holland – 5.00
  • Belgium – 12.00
  • Puerto Rico – 100.00
  • Kenya – 200.00
  • Cameroon – 200.00

Group B

  • Türkiye – 1.40
  • Thailand – 5.00
  • Poland – 5.00
  • Dominican Republic – 15.00
  • Croatia – 25.00
  • South Korea – 100.00

Group C

  • United States – 1.60
  • Serbia – 2.25
  • Germany – 50.00
  • Canada – 75.00
  • Bulgaria – 75.00
  • Kazakhstan – 350.00

Group D

  • Brazil – 1.75
  • China – 3.00
  • Japan – 4.00
  • Argentina – 50.00
  • Czech Republic – 75.00
  • Colombia – 100.00

How to bet on volleyball games?

The first thing you need to do is register with a good sportsbook that can offer you good betting conditions. The operator needs to have good resources for its customers and be reliable, with a good reputation.

Betting on volleyball matches is not a seven-headed thing. On the contrary, it’s as easy as football matches. There is a wide variety of bets, from the simplest to the most complex. The most popular markets are as follows:

  • Long-term bets (future bets or outrights) – here, you indicate which team will win a certain competition before it even starts.
  • Moneyline (final result or 1v2) – bet only on who will win the game, without having to specify the score or anything like that.
  • Set (correct score) – indicate the exact sets score in which the match will end.
  • First set – indicate the team that will be the starting set of the match.

Total points (over/under) – indicate whether the duel will have more or less points than determined by the bookmaker for the first set of the game.

Brazil try to win the unprecedented title of the Women’s Volleyball World Cup
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