Group H is considered as the Group of death in the 2022 FIFA World Cup in Qatar as all the four nations have fair chances of qualifying to the next round.
The Group also has some of the top players in the world football and sportsworlghana.com takes a look at five players people should look out for in the Group
Cristiano Ronaldo (Portugal)
The Portuguese star needs no introduction in world football. This is going to be his fifth world cup tournament.
Though getting to the twilight of his career, Ronaldo remains among the most feared attackers in the world.
Lots will depend on him if Portugal are to go far in the competition.
Andre Ayew (Ghana)
The Ghana skipper is well noted for the big occasions. He has the heart for big games and has often stood out in tournaments.
Ayew has already played in two world cup tournaments scoring two goals and providing one assist.
Qatar is a familiar territory as he is the darling boy of Al Sadd. Expect the son of Ghana legend Abedi Pele to come with fire.
Son Heung Min (South Korea)
The skipper and the live wire of the Korean team. Son is a world class forward and he has repeatedly showed it at club level in England and the national team.
If Son gets a good tournament, expect Korea to get to the second round.
Luis Suarez (Uruguay)
The dare devil striker who has always courted controversy might probably be playing in his final world cup tournament.
Suarez has been Uruguay’s deadliest weapon since 2010 when he and Diego Forlan propelled the South Americans to the semi finals.
The “Cannibal of Salto” is not done yet and would want to go all out in Qatar.
Mohammed Kudus (Ghana)
The Ajax star is arguably Ghana’s best player going to the world cup.
He has been superb in an improvised striking role at Ajax this season where he has netted eight goals.
Kudus will be one of the players in the Ghana team to look out for.