Cameroon vs. Serbia, South Korea vs. Ghana, Brazil vs. Switzerland, Portugal vs. Uruguay

Portugal's Cristiano Ronaldo Raphael Guerreiro (L) shares a joke during a training session on November 27.  (PATRICIA DE MELO MOREIRA/AFP via Getty Images)

Portugal’s Cristiano Ronaldo Raphael Guerreiro (L) shares a joke during a training session on November 27. (PATRICIA DE MELO MOREIRA/AFP via Getty Images)

The second round of the group stage matches ends on Monday as Group G and H take the field again. Brazil falls short for the game against Switzerland, while Portugal and Uruguay meet in the game of the day at 2pm ET.

Cameroon vs. Serbia

5 p.m., ET Monday, FS1

Unless you’re a die-hard football fan, you probably didn’t get up at 5 a.m. ET on Thanksgiving morning to watch Cameroon play Switzerland and you may have watched the NFL instead of Brazil’s victory over Serbia. We’re going with Serbia to win and make it a big game vs. Switzerland on the last matchday in the group.

South Korea vs. Ghana

8 a.m. ET Monday, FS1

South Korea would be in a great position to go into its last match against Uruguay with a win over Ghana. The Ghanaians’ loss to Portugal was a five-goal thriller and they will need to be much better at the back against a South Korean team led by Heung-Min Son. Less than 2.5 goals is -190, so we take South Korea to take a win.

Brazil vs Switzerland

11 a.m. ET Monday, Fox

Brazil will be without Neymar and Danilo due to ankle injuries, but this is one of the strongest teams in the tournament. Switzerland’s big chances are attractive given the setbacks so far in this World Cup, but Brazil has business to do. Less than 2.5 goals at -115 is our game.

Portugal vs Uruguay

Monday 2 p.m. ET, Fox

Like the US on Friday, a draw isn’t the worst thing in the world for Uruguay, especially if South Korea loses to Ghana. But Uruguay would like to be on four points after Monday’s games, while Portugal can progress to the knockout rounds with a win. We are about 2.5 goals at +115.

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