Portugal will be attempting to go on a deep run in Ronaldo’s age 37 World Cup campaign. It could very well be his last chance to bring an elusive World Cup Trophy back to his home country.
Uruguay has had a lot of success at the World Cup through the years. The country won the first ever World Cup in 1930 and won it again the next time they appeared in 1950. These were the early years, but they have had success since. The team finished in fourth place in 2010 and reached the quarterfinals in 2018 after knocking off Portugal in the Round of 16.
The 2022 tournament will mark Luiz Suarez’ fourth World Cup for his national team. Suarez is no stranger to controversy in this tournament. He was sent off with a red card for a handball that prevented a goal in the 2010 World Cup quarterfinals against Ghana. In 2014 he was sent home from the tournament for biting an opponent.
Ghana is another team that has had recent success in the World Cup. They will be faced with long odds to advance in this group.
If this does turn out to be Ronaldo’s last World Cup tournament it will be one where his country has a legitimate chance to win it. It’ll be an encore with him, along with Messi’s possible finale on soccer’s biggest stage.
Uruguay vs South Korea Odds Comparison
Uruguay is projected to win this one by oddsmakers. If you’re looking to take Uruguay, then do it on BetRivers. BetRivers is the least confident in them, giving the South American team -114 odds to beat South Korea on November 24th.
Portugal vs Ghana Odds Comparison
Portugal, the projected winner of the group, will begin their World Cup journey in Group H against Ghana. Ghana has been a pretty competitive team at recent World Cups, making them an intriguing underdog bet. You can take Ghana to earn a result on BetRivers for +155 odds.