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Portugal, Ghana, Uruguay and South Korea have been drawn in group H at the 2022 Fifa World Cup. Group H fixtures kick off with Uruguay vs. South Korea on Thursday 24 November and the final matchday is on Friday 2 December.
There are two key squad announcement deadlines for the 32 nations taking part in the World Cup. On Friday 21 October a provisional squad of between 35 and 55 players had to be submitted for the tournament in Qatar, but not all lists were publicly announced. Then by Monday 14 November the final 26-man squads will be submitted to Fifa, who will publish the lists the following day.
Head coach Fernando Santos is expected to name his World Cup squad on Thursday 10 November. Portugal kick off their group H campaign against Ghana on Thursday 24 November.
Ghana kick off their group H campaign against Portugal on Thursday 24 November.
Uruguay have selected 55 players for their provisional World Cup squad, including strikers Luis Suarez, Edinson Cavani and Darwin Nunez. Diego Alonso’s team kick off their group H campaign against South Korea on Thursday 24 November.
Head coach Paulo Bento is expected to name his World Cup squad on Saturday 12 November. South Korea kick off their group H campaign against Uruguay on Thursday 24 November.
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