South Korea will host Ghana in Group H of the FIFA World Cup.
The match will start at 1 p.m. GMT on Monday, 28 November 2022. The match venue is Education City Stadium, Al Rayyan.
Latest odds on betting sites
South Korea to win odds are priced at 2.60 (160; American 8/5 Fractional), the odds for a draw are priced at 3.10 (+210; 21/10), while Ghana to win odds are priced at 3.00 (+200; 2/1)
The chances of the outcomes are as follows: South Korea— 37%, draw — 31%, Ghana — 32%.
Latest betting odds on South Korea vs Ghana (28 November 2022):
- Over 2.5 goals — 2.50 (+150; 3/2)
- Under 2.5 goals — 2.00 (+200; 2/1)
- Asian handicap (-0.25) on South Korea — 2.30 (+130; 13/10)
- Asian handicap (+0.25) on Ghana — 1.60 (-167; 3/5)
- Both teams to score (Yes) — 2.00 (+100; 1/1)
- Both teams to score (No) — 2.00 (+100; 1/1)
Match preview and statistics
South Korea played a 0-0 draw in their first game of the World Cup against Uruguay. They had zero shots on target during the game as they sat back and wanted to hit on the counter. South Korea completed 326 passes and had 0.64 passes.
South Korea relied on long balls against Uruguay as they look to hit them while they sit back to withstand pressure. They had one big chance during the game but were unable to convert it. South Korea will need to do better if they want to get something against Ghana. They will have to try to create and play more on the ground as Ghana have very tall centre-backs and were able to defend deep against Portugal
South Korea team news: All players are fit and available
Ghana suffered a 2-3 defeat to Portugal in their opening game of the World Cup in a very tough game. The Black Stars started the game so well that the first- half ended in a 0-0 draw. Portugal was awarded a penalty in the 63rd minute as Mohamed Slaisu brought down Cristiano Ronaldo in the box. Cristiano Ronaldo opened the scoreline as he converted the penalty with a strike into the back of the net.
Andre Ayew levelled the scoreline in the 73rd minute with a finish from very close range. Joao Felix made it 2-1 in the 78th minute as he chipped the ball over the goalkeeper. Rafael Leao made it 3-1 in the 80th minute with a one-time strike into the bottom-right corner. Osman Bukari pulled one back in the 89th minute with a nice header into the top-right corner. Ghana had a chance to draw level in the last minute but a slip from Inaki Williams ensured Portugal secure all three points.
Ghana played extremely well in the second half and could have won the game or even played a draw as Cristiano Ronaldo’s penalty was deemed controversial. Williams was unable to stand on his feet after he hijacked the ball when Costa rolled the ball out in the last minute of the game. Ghana utilized the wing so well with their two goals coming from crosses from the left side of the wing.
Ghana team news: All players are fit and available
South Korea vs Ghana H2H
Ghana smashed South Korea by four goals to nil in the last meeting between both sides.
Projected lineups and key players
South Korea projected starting lineup:
- Kim Seung Gyu
- Kim Moon-hwan
- Kim Young-Gwon
- Kim Min-Jae
- Kim Jin-Su
- Jung Woo-Young
- Hwang In-beom
- Lee Sung
- Sang-Ho Na
- Son Heung-min
- Hwang Ui-Jo
Son Heung-Min is a key player for the South Korea national team. The Tottenham Hotspur forward completed the most dribbles (1) in their 0-0 draw against Uruguay. Son has scored 35 goals in 107 appearances for South Korea.
Ghana projected starting lineup:
- Ati Zigi
- Tariq Lamptey
- Daniel Amartey
- Mohammed Salisu
- Baba Rahman
- Thomas Partey
- Andre Ayew
- Kamaldeen Sulemana
- Mohammed Kudus
- Jordan Ayew
- Inaki Williams
Andre Ayew scored a goal in their 2-3 defeat to Portugal. The Ghanaian international had 23 touches during the game with an expected goal of 0.36. Ayew has 24 goals in 80 appearances for Ghana. He is a key player in the game.
Predictions and betting tips
Ghana was impressive in their opening game although they suffered a loss to Portugal. The Black Stars need a win against South Korea. Ghana has won two of their last three games in all competitions. I predict Ghana to win.
Two of the last three games between both sides have ended in under 2.5 goals. Three of the last three South Korea games have ended in under 2.5 goals. South Korea’s last game against Uruguay ended with under 2.5 goals. I predict under 2.5 goals.
Betting prediction: Ghana to win
Odds: 3.00 (+200 American; 2/1 Fractional)
Betting prediction: Under 2.5 goals
Odds: 2.00 (+100 American; 1/1 Fractional)
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