As the 2022 FIFA World Cup Qatar is going on, Ronaldo fans worldwide are getting ready to watch the final debut of their beloved players at the international event. Portugal is slated to face Ghana today for the second group H match of the ongoing tournament.
Today Group H members will initiate their competition with the upcoming 15th group stage match of present FIFA World Cup. Draw members H1, Portugal and H2, Ghana will be facing each other for the first Group H match.
Portugal is UEFA’s one of the top-10 ranking football team. The team earned FIFA World Cup qualification via winning the UEFA second round Path C match. Furthermore, the team’s star player Cristiano Ronaldo is rumored to retire from the international event following this iteration.
Ghana is currently ranked 11th among all CAF teams in FIFA World Ranking. The team qualified for 2022 World Cup via winning the third round of CAF qualifications. In 2010, the team became the 3rd African team to reach the World Cup quarterfinals.
When is Portugal vs Ghana?
- Date: Thursday, November 24, 2022
- Time: 11:00 a.m. ET
How to Watch Portugal vs Ghana?
- Fox – United States
- ITV – United Kingdom
The upcoming Portugal vs Ghana match will be broadcast live on Fox Sports 1 in the US. While, ITV will provide live telecast of the match in the UK.
How to Live Stream the event?
- ITV Hub
As other matches of the event, FuboTV will provide live stream of Portugal vs Ghana in the United States. While, fans from UK can watch the event for free via ITV Hub.
Venue of Portugal vs Ghana:
- Venue: Stadium 974
- Capacity: 44,000
The Ahmad bin Ali Stadium, better known as, Al Rayyan Stadium will host the upcoming 12th game of the 2022 FIFA World Cup Qatar. The multipurpose stadium of 45,000 seat capacity is situated in Al Rayyan, Qatar.
The most interesting stadium of the eight hosts, Stadium 974 will be hosting the upcoming first Group H match of 2022 FIFA World Cup Qatar today. It is a completely dismantlable stadium with over 44,000 seat capacity. The stadium is located near the gulf bay of Ras Abu Aboud, Doha, Qatar.
Portugal XI: Costa, Dalot, Pepe, Dias, Cancelo, Carvalho, Joao Felix, Farnandes, Bernardo Silva, Leao, Ronaldo.
Ghana XI: Ati-Zigi, Lamptey, Amartey, Salisu, Rahman, Partey, Owusu, Afriyie, A. Ayew, J. Ayew, Williams.