Group G and H get some tasty round of 16 fixtures
Yesterday was the last day of the 2022 World Cup group stages. Eight teams played their last group stage match. Four teams played their last World Cup match in Qatar. Now we know all the 16 teams that made it through to the round of 16. World Cup tickets for these tasty round of 16 matches are available via our online football tickets inventory. We’ve got our already on some World Cup final tickets!
Brazil versus South Korea
Brazil is top favourite to win this tournament according to many football followers. It’s no surprise that they finished first in their group. The only surprise is that they lost their final group stage match with 1-0 against Cameroon. Their opponents in the round of 16 will be South Korea. The South Koreans scored a late winning goal. After their match finished, they needed to wait 10 minutes to know the result of Uruguay versus Ghana. Uruguay needed 1 more goal to knock South Korea out, but they failed to score that goal. So now South Korea will be playing Brazil. A match where Brazil will be the favourites, but it will be hard for them to break an organized South Korea down. Book yourBrazil v South Korea tickets here!
Portugal versus Switzerland
Portugal versus Switzerland is a match where Portugal is seen as the clear favourites. But it won’t be as straightforward as people think. In June of this year Switzerland beat Portugal with 1-0 for the UEFA Nations League. This result shows it’s a close call between these two nations. This match is going to be a very exciting one. Fans of both nations can book their < a href="https://www.livefootballtickets.com/fixtures/winner-group-h-v-runner-up-group-g-tickets-world-cup-2022-round-of-16.html">Portugal v Switzerland tickets for the 2022 World Cup via our booking system.
The England national teams lost a player in their preparation for the match versus Senegal. Ben White dropped out of the camp to fly back home due to personal circumstances. It’s very unlikely that he will return back to Qatar. Even without Ben White, England World Cup tickets are still very popular. < /p>