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Uruguay and South Korea meet in Group H as the stars clash in a group where getting off to a good start will be so important.


La Celeste have Luis Suarez, Diego Godin and Edinson Cavani clinging to the World Championship once again as a new generation of extremely talented players emerge.

South Korea is all about one man: Heung-min Son. The Tottenham superstar has recovered from multiple fractures in his cheekbone to be ready for the World Cup (he will wear a protective mask) and he carries the hopes of a nation on his shoulders.

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Here’s everything you need for Uruguay vs South Korea.

How to watch Uruguay vs South Korea live, stream link and start time

kicking off: 8 p.m. ET, Thursday (November 24)
Stadion: Education City Stadium, Al Rayyan
TV channels in EspaΓ±ol: Telemundo
Streaming in Spanish: peacock (all 64 games)

Major storylines, players to watch closely

Uruguay have reached the knockout stages of each of their last three tournaments but were knocked out by eventual champions France in the quarter-finals in 2018. Can Suarez, Godin and Cavani all make a mammoth effort to drive Uruguay again? to the final stages? The likes of Rodrigo Bentancur, Federico Valverde and Darwin Nunez are the new generation to take center stage for years to come. With Portugal and Ghana (who are desperate for 2010 revenge) also in their group, Uruguay see three points against South Korea as necessary.

For South Korea, it’s all about whether Heung-min Son is fit enough to play a big role at this World Cup. They know that Portugal and Uruguay are preferred to get out of their group, but if this Korean side can stay solid defensively (Napoli’s Kim Min-jae is the leader in defense and is having a great season), they know that Son ( when fully fit) can win a game in a split second. That’s the hope they hold onto as they seek to exit the group for the first time since 2010.

Uruguay quick facts

Current FIFA World Ranking: 14
World titles: 2 (1930, 1950)
World Cup participations: 14
How they qualified: Qualified by CONMEBOL
Coach: Diego Alonso
Key players: Luis Suarez, Federico Valverde, Darwin Nunez, Rodrigo Bentancur, Edinson Cavani

South Korea quick facts

Current FIFA World Ranking: 28th
World title: 0
World Cup participations: 10
How They Qualified: Automatically qualified by AFC
Trainer: Paulo Bento
Key Players: Heung-min Son, Young-gwon Kim, In-beom Hwang, Woo-yeong Jeong

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