The teams are on the field and it's time for the anthems.
South Korea: S. Kim, M. H. Kim, Y. Kim, J. Kim, I. Hwang, Jung, S. Na, J. Lee, H. Son, U.J. Hwang. Subs: Jong-gyu, Seung-ho, Gue-sung, Hee-chan, Bumkeun, Jun-ho, Chul, Kang-in, Kyung-won, Hyeon-woo, Chang-hoon, Tae-hwan, Yu-min, Woo-yeong, Min-kyu
Uruguay: Rochet, Caceres, Godin, Gimenez, Olivera, Valverde, Vecino, Bentancur, Pellistri, Suarez, Nunez. Subs: Muslera, de la Cruz, Arrascaeta, Sosa, Varela, Torreira, Vina, Gonzalez, Coates, Torres, Cavani, Canobbio, Ugarte, Rodriguez
French referee Clement Turpin will take charge of this encounter at Education City Stadium. It's the first of two games in Group H today with Portugal taking on Ghana directly afterwards.
Hello and welcome to our coverage of this FIFA World Cup Group H clash between Uruguay and South Korea.
South Korea kick off at Education City Stadium!
Vecino concedes an early free-kick with a foul on Hwang.
South Korea are causing problems on Uruguay's left, proving difficult to deal with down the flank.
Godin has to scramble to his left to cut out a ball in behind on South Korea's right again.
Vecino looks to get on the end of a lobbed ball into the penalty area from Uruguay's left, but doesn't quite have the legs to get there.
South Korea continue to threaten through crosses, but they haven't applied the finishing touches.
Valverde gets on the end of an aerial ball, controls it beautifully and takes a swipe on the volley, but can't get his effort on target.
Chance for Nunez, but he can't sort his feet out and get the ball under control and it goes abegging.
Uruguay counter at speed, but Nunez is beaten to the ball by Rochet
Son cuts inside and lets fly, but Olivera gets a clearing header away.
CHANCE! South Korea attack down their right again and Hwang meets a low cross, but fires off target!
Hwang In-beom has a shot at goal from long range, but can't steer that one on target. South Korea attack again but Valverde cuts it out.
POST! Godin rises to meet a corner and his header thumps against the post and away!
HALF-TIME: URUGUAY 0-0 SOUTH KOREA. Into half-time we go with the teams level at the break. There have been chances at both ends in an even contest so far.
Into one minute of stoppage time we go at the end of the half.
Uruguay get the second half up and running.
It's been a slow start to the second half but South Korea are still very much in the game.
Jung goes in hard on Darwin Nunez and is lucky to get away with only a free-kick for Uruguay and no card.
Possession is fairly evenly split in this game with Uruguay having 51% and South Korea 49%.
Godin picks out Nunez with a superb long ball and he has Suarez up in support. He beats his man and shoots, but Kim makes the save. Suarez is replaced by Cavani.
Valverde gives the ball to Cavani in the box, but his shot is blocked.
Substitution time for South Korea as Gue-sung, Kang-in and Jun-ho replace Ui-jo, Sang-ho and Jae-sung.
Gue-sung has a shot at goal from lon range but can't get it on target. Vina and de la Cruz are on for Uruguay in place of Vecino and Olivera.
Nunez is looking threatening. He chops inside from the left and goes for goal from just outside the box but can't steer it on target!
Uruguay are looking the better of the two teams at the moment, with fatigue perhaps setting in for South Korea.
Chance for Cavani with his head, but he can't steer it on target. Varela replaces Pellistri and Gue-sung picks up a yellow card for a challenge on Gimenez.
Chance at the other end! Rochet gives possession away and South Korea work the ball to Son, who goes for goal with a long shot from low range, but fires wide!
POST! Valverde lets fly from long range, aiming for the top corner and so nearly finding it, but clattering the post in stead!
Into seven minutes of stoppage time we go!
South Korea survive a late spell of pressure and have the chance to launch the ball forward now if they wish to do so.
FULL-TIME: URUGUAY 0-0 SOUTH KOREA. Neither team manages to find a breakthrough and another evenly fought contest finishes level in Qatar.