World champions Germany are 5-1 second-favourites to retain their crown in Russia, just behind 9-2 market leaders Brazil.
While there was disappointment for Manchester City's Sane, his club captain Vincent Kompany has been included in Belgium's final squad despite suffering a groin injury in Saturday's friendly against Portugal.
Belgium coach Roberto Martinez has dropped Crystal Palace striker Christian Benteke, leaving Manchester United's Romelu Lukaku as bet365's 2-1 favourite to top-score for the 11-1 shots.
Lukaku scored 11 goals in World Cup qualifying but is still working his way back to full fitness after an ankle injury. Chelsea's Eden Hazard is 9-2 to outscore his international teammates at the finals with Napoli star Dries Mertens 7-1.
Liverpool's Mohamed Salah has been named in Egypt's squad despite the shoulder injury he sustained in the Champions League final defeat to Real Madrid.
The Premier League Golden Boot is a 50-1 chance to be top goalscorer at the World Cup but he remains a doubt for Egypt's opening Group A fixture against Uruguay on June 15.