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"Matches of the Day - 24 November"

By cy.Reporter, 24 Νοεμβρίου, 2022

Switzerland-Cameroon, seventh group, stadium: "Al Yanoub", 12:00, referee: Facundo Tejo, RIK

Switzerland: To start with a positive result

In a fairly balanced and difficult group, Switzerland wants to start its obligations on the "right" and prove that the first place in its group in the qualifiers came absolutely fairly. In terms of competition, Sommer has had an injury problem, but he will be under the posts of his team.

Cameroon: No stress for a positive result

Cameroon are in a particularly challenging group, with Brazil, Switzerland and Serbia the odds of qualification not in their favour, but today they will be gunning for a positive result ahead of a tough follow-up. In racing matters there are no problems and everyone in the mission is available.

Switzerland: Goal: Sommer, Defenders: Widmer, Elvedi, Akanji, Rodriguez Midfielders: Xhaka, Frouler, Winger: Shaqiri, Shaw, Vargas, Striker: Embolo

Cameroon: 4-4-2 : Goal: Onana, Defenders: Fay, Nkulu, Castegieto, Tolo, Midfielders: Hongla Ima, Angisa, Guette, Ekabi, Forwards: Tsoupo-Moting, Abubakar


· There have been under 2.5 goals in three of Switzerland's last five matches

· Both teams have scored in two of Switzerland's last five matches.

· There have been fewer than 2.5 goals scored in Cameroon's last five matches.

Uruguay-South Korea, eighth group, stadium: "University", referee: Clement Turbin, 15:00, RIK

Uruguay: The goal is victory

For yet another World Cup, Uruguay is in the finals of the World Cup and of course the goal, apart from qualifying, is also an important course. The first opponent is South Korea with Uruguay being favourites. In terms of competition, Edinson Cavani is a doubt and it is quite possible that he will be protected.

South Korea: They are underdogs

In a group where Portugal and Uruguay are, it is difficult to qualify for qualification, however in South Korea they want to make another surprise in this year's World Cup. In racing matters Sean will likely race in a mask after the eye injury he suffered in Marseille.

Uruguay: 4-3-3: Goal: Roset, Defenders: Varela, Godin, Jimenez, Olivera, Midfielders: Valverde, Vesino, Bedancourt, Forwards: De Arascaeta, Suarez, Nunez

South Korea: 4-3-3: Goal: Kim Seung-Gyu, Defenders: Yong-Gyu, Min-Yae, Jung-Gwon, Jin-Soo, Midfielders: Woo-Young, In-Beom, Chang-Hoon, Forwards: Min-Kyu, Ui-Jo, Heung-Min


· There have been over 2.5 goals scored in two of Uruguay's last five matches

· In Uruguay's last five matches, only one team has scored a goal

· In three of South Korea's last five matches, there have been over 2.5 goals scored

Portugal-Ghana, eighth group, stadium: "974", referee: Ismail Elfath, 18:00, RIK

Portugal: To prove that they are favourites

With Cristiano Ronaldo taking center stage in what will be his last World Cup, Portugal are aiming to qualify from the group and make the best possible run at the tournament. In terms of competition, Mendes seems to have overcome the problem he was facing and will be in the starting line-up just like Cristiano Ronaldo.

Ghana: It's the underdog

Ghana is in a rather difficult group, as the favorites to continue in the knockout phase are Portugal and Uruguay. However, they will try to pull off one more surprise like they did with other countries that were the outsiders. In racing matters, there are no particular problems.

Portugal: 4-3-3: Goal: Costa, Defenders: Cancelo, Pepe, Dias, Guerreiro, Midfielders: Bruno Fernandes, Carvalho, Neves, Forwards: Bernardo Silva, Cristiano Ronaldo, Rafael Leao

Ghana: 4-2-3-1: Goal: Ziggy, Defenders: Lamptey, Amartey, Aidou, Bappa, Midfielders: Partey, Samet, Wings: Sulemana, Kundous, Ayew, Forward: Williams


· There have been fewer than 2.5 goals scored in three of Portugal's last five matches

· There have been fewer than 2.5 goals scored in four of Ghana's last five matches

· Only one team has scored in Ghana's last five matches.

Brazil-Serbia, seventh group, stadium: "Lusail", referee: Alireza Fagani, 21:00, RIK

Brazil: Favorite until the end

When we talk about Brazil, we are talking about one of the favorites of the competition. The Brazilians are looking to start strong in a fairly strong group and finish top of the group after the first three matches. In racing matters, there are no particular problems.

Serbia: To show its good face

Serbia showed from the qualifying phase that it is only by chance that it is not in the World Cup. So, the opponent may be Brazil, however the stress will be reduced as only winning from this match will have. In terms of competition, midfielder Kostic is doubtful as his participation is being decided at the last minute.

Brazil: 4-2-3-1: Goal: Alisson, Defenders: Danilo, Thiago Silva, Marquinhos, Alex Sandro, Midfielders: Lucas Paqueta, Casemiro, Wings: Rafinha, Neymar, Vinicius, Forward: Richarlison

Serbia: Goal: Savic, Defenders: Milenkovic, Pavlovic, Mitrovic, Midfielders: Živkovic, Gudeli, Milinkovic-Savic, Kostic, Forwards: Tadic, Mitrovic, Jovic


· In their last five games, Brazil counts only wins

· In four of Brazil's last five games, there have been more than 2.5 goals scored.

· In three of Serbia's last five games, there have been more than 2.5 goals scored.

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