World Cup Group H Odds, Fixtures, Profiles & Betting Tips
Check out everything you need for Group H at the World Cup, including some fantastic free bets available with leading bookmakers.
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World Cup Group H Results & Fixtures
We have provided a full schedule of all the Group H games along with the kick-offs which are presented in UK times:
Thursday, November 24: Uruguay v South Korea (Education City Stadium, 1pm)
Thursday, November 24: Portugal v Ghana (Stadium 974, 4pm)
Monday, November 28: South Korea v Ghana (Education City Stadium, 1pm)
Monday, November 28: Portugal v Uruguay (Lusail Stadium, 7pm)
Friday, December 2: Ghana v Uruguay (Al Janoub Stadium, 3pm)
Friday, December 2: South Korea v Portugal (Education City Stadium, 3pm)
World Cup Group H Table
Table will be updated here when the games begin.
World Cup Group H Odds
Group H, at first glance, could be the ‘Group of Death’ as it boasts Portugal, Uruguay, and South Korea. Let’s put you in the picture by examining the odds of each team from favourites through to rank outsiders.
Although they had to do things the hard way to qualify for their sixth successive World Cup, Fernando Santos will be hoping his side can make more of a fist of things in Qatar.
After exiting the World Cup at the last-16 stage four years ago, Portugal have the potential to do well. They are the standout team in Group H, and Unibet are currently pricing them at a short 4/5 to qualify for the last 16 as group winners, which epitomises their collective strength.
With two World Cup titles to its name, Uruguay is the most decorated team in Group H. However, their last triumph came in 1950, so they will be desperate to recapture the glory years.
Diego Alonso has only been at the helm for a handful of matches, but this will be a litmus test of what his side can produce. Nevertheless, Uruguay is the team most likely to go toe-to-toe with Portugal, and they are currying short odds of 21/10 to top Group H with 888Sport.
Forever remembered for their exploits at their home World Cup in 2002 where they reached the semi-finals, South Korea will be desperate to prove that it wasn’t a fluke.
Things could get quite tight in Group H, but South Korea will be hoping to be the surprise package once again. BetVictor have an intriguing price of 12/1 for South Korea to win the group.
After a dismal Africa Cup of Nations campaign earlier this year, Ghana appears to be the weak link in Group H. If you fancy Ghana to topple Portugal, Uruguay, and South Korea, then they are trading at 14/1 with Coral to defy the odds and win the group.
Group H World Cup 2022 Team Profiles
It’s now time to run the rule over the four representatives of Group H by assessing their credentials.
Boasting an abundance of attacking riches, Portugal will be a dangerous team and their hopes will ultimately rest on the shoulders of Cristiano Ronaldo who has an insatiable appetite for goals.
Meanwhile, the likes of Bernardo Silva and Bruno Fernandes will be hoping to sprinkle some stardust in midfield. Portugal were underwhelming four years ago, and the minimum remit should this time around should be a quarter-final berth.
There may be a few selection dilemmas for Alonso to contend with, but Uruguay, who will be appearing at the World Cup Finals for the 14th time, has left an indelible mark on the history of the competition.
Trying to accommodate Luis Suarez, Edinson Cavani, and Darwin Nunez into the same starting XI could be tricky, but they have enough firepower to reach the last 16.
Like Uruguay, South Korea are accustomed to the World Cup stage, and despite their exploits of 2002, they have only reached the last 16 of an overseas World Cup on one occasion.
Much will depend on the form of Son Heung-Min, and it could be nip and tuck between them and Uruguay as to who finishes runner-up in Group H.
Having only made their World Cup debut in 2006, the Black Stars came within a whisker of reaching the final four in 2010, but Otto Addo has a daunting task ahead of him.
Premier League fans will recognise a few familiar faces, such as Thomas Partey, but Group H could be a bridge too far for Ghana.
World Cup Group H Predictions
Portugal can be irresistible at times and if the shackles are released, they could go quite deep. A visit to the World Cup Final could be feasible and William Hill is dishing up a price of 11/2 for them to do so.
The World Cup could also draw the curtain down on Ronaldo’s glittering international carer. And if you fancy him to walk away with the Golden Boot, then William Hill has odds of 14/1 available.