Friday World Cup Odds, Predictions, Previews: Betting Guide For Final Day of Group Stage Matches

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We've reached the final day of group stage play at the World Cup, which means it's time for Group H and Group G to sort out who will represent them in the knockout stage of the tournament.

In the 10 a.m. slate, Ghana will take on Uruguay while South Korea will face Portugal. In the 2 p.m. slate, Cameroon squares off with Brazil and Serbia meets Switzerland.

Read on to see how Anthony Dabbundo, BJ Cunningham, Brett Pund and Jonathan Wright forecast the final day of group stage matches.

South Korea vs. Portugal

10 a.m. ET, FOX

If you're looking for an underdog to back Friday, take a look at South Korea, says Dabbundo.

He makes a case for everything pointing toward a competitive effort from South Korea in the morning.

Ghana vs. Uruguay

10 a.m. ET, FS1

In the other game that will decide who comes out of this group, you can count on Uruguay to find a result as a short favorite.

That's what Cunningham believes, and he explains his analysis above.

Serbia vs. Switzerland

2 p.m. ET, FS1

The most intriguing match of the day may be this fixture, as Serbia take on Switzerland.

Pund provides a unique angle on the prop market for the match.

Cameroon vs. Brazil

2 p.m. ET, FOX

Brazil are already confirmed into the round of 16, and it would be a major shock if they didn't top their group as well, but that shouldn't make you scared to bet them, says Wright.

Read on for his match analysis.

Match Projections

If you had backed Nick Giffen's match projections through the group stage, you'd be in the profit. Read on for one last edition of his projections in this round of the tournament.

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