Group H concludes with Portugal facing South Korea at the Education City Stadium. It kicks off at 15:00.
South Korea were unlucky against Ghana on Monday and having kept a clean sheet against Uruguay in their previous Group H encounter, their defence was all over the place against Ghana. Paulo Bento has implemented a more patient, passing style, however, his team are still struggling to adapt and if Son Heung-Min isn’t at his best, they often struggle to produce the goods in the final third. Despite this, Son has produced 14 crosses so far and Korea’s biggest threat is likely to come from wide areas.
Portugal are already through to the round of 16 and have booked their place in the knock-out rounds. Fernando Santos’ side were very quickly out of the blocks against Uruguay and although it took them a while to break through, they always looked likeliest to break through. Bruno Fernandes has now claimed two assists and two goals and has been instrumental in his side’s success so far.
Portugal are likely to be priced up as odds-on favourites for the majority of their Group H matches and it’s no surprise to see Fernando Santos’ men as the 20/31 favourites with Bwin. South Korea are capable of springing an upset and can be backed at 17/4.