There are four group stage matches of the World Cup 2022 on December 2. Group h features South Korea vs. Portugal, as well as Ghana vs. Uruguay. Group G features Serbia vs. Switzerland, as well as Cameroon vs. Brazil.
18:00 GMT+3, South Korea vs. Portugal;
Following their two wins in two games, Portugal are in the knockout stages but must fulfil all righteousness when they square off against South Korea in Education City Stadium on Friday. The question is, will Fernando Santos feature his first-team squad or fringe players?
18:00 GMT+3, Ghana vs. Uruguay;
If Ghana beats Uruguay on Friday, they will join Portugal in the World Cup quarterfinals. The Black Stars sit in the second position in Group B, two points ahead of Uruguay in fourth. Uruguay needs a win to have any hope of advancing to the round of 16 in Qatar.
22:00 GMT+3, Serbia vs. Switzerland;
With Brazil consolidating at the top of the Group G standings, we have Switzerland and Serbia in the race for qualification, along with Cameroon. Going in the contest, Switzerland stands 2nd with just a win and three points from two games played. However, on the other hand, Serbia stands 4th with just a single point. With very faded chances for qualification, Serbia will go for the kill, with a clear intent for winning. The contest is likely to go down to the wire as the last time these two sides played in 2018, Switzerland won 1-2.
22:00 GMT+3, Cameroon vs. Brazil.
Brazil have a good team and strong players. Defensively, they looked very solid with the experience of Tiago Silva on the back. In the midfield, Brazil have a lot of names who can make a difference. As for Cameroon, they don't have another choice. Rigobert Song's team has to win to qualify.
The 22nd FIFA World Cup takes place in Qatar from November 20 to December 18. Several national teams are contenders for victory in the World Cup. The main favorites are considered to be the following teams: Brazil, France, Argentina, England, Belgium and Spain.