Ghana vs South Korea, FIFA World Cup 2022: Match details, Where To Watch, Team News, Probable Playing XI and Match Predictions

Ghana vs South Korea FIFA World Cup 2022

Date: November 28, 2022

Venue: Education City Stadium

Ghana vs South Korea, FIFA World Cup 2022: Where to watch?

In Uk, it’s Sky Sports Network and BT Sports. In the USA, it can be streamed on the DAZN App or FOX Sports. In India, the game can be watched on the Sports18 channel and Jio Cinema.

Ghana vs South Korea, FIFA World Cup 2022: Team News

Ghana:

While Ghana’s Otto Addo’s defensive-minded lineup nearly paid off in their matchup with Portugal, the Black Stars may switch to a more conventional 4-1-4-1 formation in this matchup.

Addo needs to have all 26 players available for Monday’s meeting, where any shift in the system could jeopardize Mohammed Salisu’s starting role as Bukari and Kamaldeen Sulemana lobby for a return to a more offensive formation.

In the loss to Portugal, Andre Ayew beat out his brother Jordan for a starting spot, and the Al-Sadd man’s goal in his most recent match should be enough to keep him in the starting lineup alongside Williams.

Although Andre Ayew and right-back Alidu Seidu trained separately from the rest of the team on Friday, there is no reason to believe they won’t be ready to play on Monday.

South Korea:

Son Heung-min, who recently suffered an eye socket fracture, returned to fitness against Uruguay while wearing a protective mask and was cheered on by his South Korean fans.

Premier League teammate Hwang Hee-chan, who was on the bench but didn’t play on Thursday, will also miss this match due to hamstring soreness.

Key central defender Kim Min-jae has been experiencing calf discomfort and is a game-time decision for Bento.

Ghana vs South Korea, FIFA World Cup 2022: Probable Playing XI

South Korea possible starting lineup:

Seung-gyu; Moon-hwan, Min-jae, Young-gwon, Jin-su; Jung, In-beom; Na, Lee, Son; Ui-jo

Ghana possible starting lineup:

Ati Zigi; Lamptey, Amartey, Djiku, Baba; Partey, Abdul Samed; Sulemana, Kudus, A. Ayew; Williams

Match Predictions:

While Portugal had no trouble cracking Ghana’s previously solid defense, Ghana showed plenty of offensive nous and shouldn’t have any trouble penetrating this South Korea defense.

Bento’s squad showed their value against Uruguay, and as the struggle for the last two playoff spots heats up, we can only imagine a tight contest that ends with the prizes split.

Expect Ghana 1-1 South Korea

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