World Cup 2022 – South Korea vs Ghana: Stream FREE, TV channel, kick-off time for crucial group clash | The Sun

GHANA take on South Korea in the second round of World Cup group-stage games.

Neither team won their opening game, as South Korea drew 0-0 with Uruguay, before Ghana lost 3-2 to Portugal.

  • Start time: 1pm
  • Live stream/TV: BBC One
  • South Korea XI: To follow
  • Ghana XI: To follow

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What time is South Korea vs Ghana?

  • South Korea's clash with Ghana will take place on Monday, November 28.
  • The action is scheduled for 1pm UK time.
  • The match will be held at the Education City Stadium in Doha.
  • The last time the two sides met was during a friendly in 2014, and Ghana came away 4-0 winners.

What TV channel is it on and can it be live streamed?

  • South Korea vs Ghana will be shown live on BBC One in the UK.
  • You can also live stream the action from the BBC iPlayer, which can be downloaded onto your mobile or tablet device.

Can I watch it for FREE?

  • You certainly can. South Korea vs Ghana is available to watch for FREE in the UK so long as you have a valid TV licence.

What is the team news?

Hwang Hee-chan is expected to be a doubt for this game after a hamstring injury kept him out of the game against Uruguay.

After his goalscoring cameo against Portugal, Osman Bukari could start against the Koreans, with Mohammed Salisu likely to be the casualty.

Other than that, Otto Addo has no injury concerns.

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What are the odds?

South Korea win 6/4

Draw 21/10

Ghana victory 21/10

Odds courtesy of Betfair correct as of November 27.

  • Kieran Davies

    Head to head stats

    South Korea and Ghana have met in six official international matches, all friendlies. Both teams have recorded three wins.

    The South Koreans failed to muster an attempt on target in their goalless draw with Uruguay.

    Ghana are winless in their last five World Cup games (D2, L3).

    South Korea can go three consecutive World Cup matches without defeat for just the second time.

  • Kieran Davies

    Making a Korea out of defending

    A total of four goalless draws were played out on matchday one of the 2022 World Cup, and while South Korea put in a good shift in their stalemate with the South Americans, the woodwork did have to come to their rescue on a couple of occasions.

    Federico Valverde and Diego Godin both saw efforts crash off the frame of the goal as Paulo Bento’s side held on for a point.

    Korea really demonstrated their defensive solidity that was also present in their most recent games before Qatar.

  • Kieran Davies

    Take a chance on me

    Ghana will still be reeling from the chance they had to steal a point in their opener.

    The Black Stars feel to an agonising 3-2 defeat against Portugal on the opening day, while their Asian opponents managed an impressive 0-0 draw with Uruguay.

    Inaki Williams was almost gifted an equaliser at the end but the Athletic Bilbao striker fluffed his lines.

  • Kieran Davies

    Welcome to South Korea vs Ghana

    Ghana face South Korea today at the Education City Stadium knowing anything but a win could spell early elimination from the World Cup 2022.

    South Korea fans rejoiced in the return to fitness of Son Heung-Min, who donned a protective mask against Uruguay after his recent eye socket fracture and came through the game unscathed.

    However, fellow Premier League attacker Hwang Lee-Chan, who was an unused substitute on Thursday, is dealing with hamstring discomfort and will not be able to feature here.

    Bento has also been handed a concern over key centre back Kim Min-Jae, who has been dealing with calf discomfort and is classed as a doubt for the contest.

    As for Ghana, Otto Addo lined up a defensive formation against Portugal, which nearly paid dividends, but the need for victory could see the Black Stars shift to a four-man defence.

    Addo should have all 26 players available for this game, where any shift in formation is likely to see Kamaldeen Sulemana return to play a more attacking position.

    Andre Ayew, after his goal in the opening game against Portugal, is expected to start where he will partner Inaki Williams up top.

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