Ghana – Uruguay & Serbia – Switzerland | World Cup Match Preview

December 01, 2022

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Ghana - Uruguay & Serbia - Switzerland - Previews

Ghana – Uruguay & Serbia – Switzerland will complete the group stages of the 2022 World Cup. What can football fans expect?

Both games are hosted in free and private contests in FootballCoin. For what should fantasy football be prepared?

Ghana – Uruguay preview

Players to watch

Federico Valverde – Uruguay needs a victory to qualify. If a spark of magic is to arrive, most likely, it will come courtesy of Real Madrid’s midfielder. Valverde was poor against Portugal. This is, however, the moment where he needs to come good.

Mohammed Kudus – The Ajax forward was a consistent threat in previous matches. Not everything has come together yet. Still, Kudus is a player worth keeping tabs on.

Ghana predicted XI:
Ati-Zigi; Lamptey, Amartey, Salisu, Mensah; Partey, Samed; Kudus, A Ayew, J Ayew; Williams

Uruguay predicted XI:
Rochet; Gimenez, Godin, Coates; Varela, Valverde, Bentancur, Vecino, Olivera; Nunez, Gomez

Ghana – Uruguay match facts:

  • Ghana wins the first half in 20% of matches. Uruguay won the second half in 45%.
  • Ghana wins 20% in halftimes; Uruguay wins 45%.
  • Uruguay was the winner of their last encounter.
  • Uruguay won their last match by 2 goals.
  • They win 100% of their matches when Ghana leads by 1-0 at home
  • Uruguay wins 100% of its matches when they lead 0-1 away.
  • They win 0% when Ghana is down 0-1 at home.
  • They win 0% of matches when Uruguay is down by 1-0.
  • Uruguay is better than Ghana in the World Cup.
  • Ghana’s performance in the 5 last matches is better than Uruguay’s.
  • Both teams have not won their last match at the World Cup.
  • Ghana scores 1.33 goals at home while Uruguay scores 1.14 away goals (on average).
  • Uruguay’s streak includes 2 matches with zero goals.

Serbia – Switzerland preview

Players to watch

Nikola Milenkovic – A tough, no-nonsense defender, Milenkovic has been one of Serbia’s best players. If they hope to keep Breel Embolo quiet for this one, the Fiorentina defender may prove vital.

Manuel Akanji – Akanji is one of the most in-form Swiss players at the moment. He put in two confident displays so far that showcased his leadership qualities. Switzerland will need him to come well in this one. It’s all the more important, considering that Serbia scored three times in their last game.

Serbia predicted XI:
Milinkovic-Savic; Milenkovic, Veljkovic, Pavlovic; Zivkovic, Maksimovic, Lukic, Kostic; Tadic, Milinkovic-Savic, Mitrovic

Switzerland predicted XI:
Sommer; Widmer, Akanji, Elvedi, Rodriguez; Xhaka, Freuler; Shaqiri, Sow, Vargas; Embolo

Serbia – Switzerland match facts

  • Serbia wins the first half on 54% of occasions, Switzerland on 27%.
  • Switzerland was the winner of their last meeting.
  • Switzerland won their last match by 1 goal.
  • They win 100% of their matches when Serbia leads by 1-0 at home.
  • They win 50% of their matches when Switzerland is leading 0-1 away.
  • They win half of their matches when Serbia is down at home 0-1
  • They win 0% of matches when Switzerland is down by 1-0.
  • The performance of Switzerland in the 5 last matches is better than Serbia’s.
  • Serbia scores 2.67 goals at home, while Switzerland scores 0.67 goals away (on average).
  • The performance of Serbia in the 5 last matches is better than that of Switzerland.
  • Both teams have not won their last match at the World Cup.



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