Ghana’s final Group H fixture at the 2022 World Cup is a grudge match against Uruguay. The only previous meeting between these two nations was at the 2010 World Cup. Uruguay won it on penalties, but only after Luis Suárez stopped the Black Stars from scoring with a handball on the line. La Celeste are favourites to win again, likely because of the firepower at their disposal, including Suárez. He averages a goal every 1.9 games for his country and could break Ghanaian hearts for a second time. The South Americans have never lost to African opposition at the World Cup. Will that record remain intact? Find a selection of Ghana v Uruguay 2022 World Cup Odds in our BetVictor Sportsbook.