What FIFA World Cup Games Are Happening Today? Match Schedule for December 2 – NBC Los Angeles


We finally made it to the end of the group stage at the 2022 FIFA World Cup.

At the moment, almost all eight groups have played their last games and decided who will advance and who will be eliminated. And now we come to our last two groups.

Groups G and H have their finals on Friday and the stakes will be high for these teams. On the one hand, we know one team from each group that will already be promoted – Brazil (G) and Portugal (H). As for the other two nations that make it… well, we’ll have to wait and see to find out.

So here’s the four-match table to watch out for on Friday as the final groups of nations battle it out for a place in the last 16:

South Korea-Portugal, Group H

This match will feature Portugal, currently in first place in Group H standings, and South Korea, who follow in third place. So far Portugal have had two wins in the tournament (one against Ghana and one against Uruguay) so it’s no wonder they secured a spot in the knockout rounds.

On the other hand, we have South Korea, which wasn’t so lucky. The country drew their World Cup opener against Uruguay and then lost their second game against Ghana 3-2.

Kick-off time is 10am ET, 7am PT.

Ghana-Uruguay, Group H

The rest of Group H consists of Ghana, who sit in second place, and Uruguay, who are in last place. Ghana’s first World Cup game ended in a 3-2 defeat by Portugal, led by superstar Cristiano Ronaldo. However, their second game resulted in a win as they took the lead against South Korea.

Like South Korea, Uruguay don’t have the best track record of the tournament so far. They drew South Korea 0-0 at the start and then lost 2-0 to Portugal in the second game.

Kick-off time is 10am ET, 7am PT.

Serbia-Switzerland, Group G

Like Cameroon, Serbia has the fewest points in the Group G table – one. They lost their first game against Brazil 2-0 and drew 3 points against Cameroon in the second game. On the other hand, Switzerland is in second place behind Brazil with three points and therefore has a good chance of moving into the knockout rounds.

Kick-off time is 2:00 p.m. ET, 11:00 a.m. PT.

Cameroon-Brazil, Group G

We already know Brazil’s fate thanks to their two wins earlier in the tournament, but Cameroon’s position is not as secure. The country lost 1-0 to Switzerland in the opening game and ended up drawing 3-3 with Serbia in the second game. There isn’t much hope for this squad to stay in Qatar.

Kick-off time is 2:00 p.m. ET, 11:00 a.m. PT.