World Cup Group H odds: Portugal clear favourites
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Cristiano Ronaldo could be appearing in his final World Cup for Portugal, which has an inside track on winning Group H.

The latest: The spotlight has been on the Portuguese side that is favoured to win this group, but it's a feisty squad from Ghana that aims to play spoiler and claim a spot in the knockout stage.

Here are the updated World Cup Group H odds.

World Cup Group H odds

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TeamWinnerTop 2
Uruguay N/A-125
South KoreaN/A+700

Odds as of 3:52 p.m. ET on 11/29/2022.

Check out the latest odds to win Group H.

Portugal (OTB): Portugal's 2-0 through two games in the group stage and is well positioned to finish in the top spot. The only way it can lose hold of first is if it loses to South Korea and Ghana defeats Uruguay while also gaining three goals on Ronaldo and Co.

With wins over Ghana and Uruguay, it's pretty safe to say the Portuguese are headed for a group win.

Ghana (+4,000): Ghana's the only other team in this group that can finish first, although the odds of that happening are certainly long. It lost a close game, 3-2, to Portugal to open the tournament but found itself on the other side of a 3-2 game against South Korea.

If Ghana is able to win or draw against Uruguay, it'll advance to the knockout stage.

Uruguay (N/A): It's a little shocking to see Uruguay hold just one point through two games of the World Cup. A surprising 0-0 draw with South Korea and a 2-0 loss to Portugal have it in a difficult situation.

Still, with a victory over Ghana and a little help from Portugal, it can advance to the knockout stage. Anything less, though, and Uruguay will be headed back home.

South Korea (N/A): South Korea can feel fairly happy about its performance at the tournament, but that won't get it very far. A draw with Uruguay and a close 3-2 loss to Ghana has it saddled with one point and a minus-1 goal differential.

A surprise win over the Portuguese and a Ghana loss, though, give it a chance of advancing on goal differential.

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