The final four games of the group stage at the Asian Cup in the UAE will decide who make the round of 16 and confirm the fixtures for the knockout stage. Group F kicks off Thursday’s action and as we have come to expect over recent days it is a case of the top two playing one another for bragging rights and a potentially easier round of 16 tie. Japan meet Uzbekistan to decide top spot and the Blue Samurai are considered the favourites to win the game. The bookmakers have them at $1.66 compared to Uzbekistan’s $6 and the draw at $4 . They could be joined in the round of 16 by either of the teams in the other game where Oman take on Turkmenistan. Neither side has a point yet but could still go through with a win or perhaps a draw depending on results elsewhere. Oman are the heavy favourites at $1.4 to win. Turkmenistan are at $10 and the draw is $4.9 . That game from the Mohammed Bin Zayed Stadium in Abu Dhabi and the group decider from the Khalifa Bin Zayed Stadium in Al Ain kick off at 9.30pm. You can watch them on Fox Sports ( Now TV channel 670) and Fox Sports 2 (channel 671). On to group E for the final action of the group stage, and the possibilities are familiar here too. Lebanon and North Korea can make it out of the group with a first win, all the more remarkable considering the Koreans have conceded 10 goals in their opening losses. The Lebanese are favoured to take the three points. They are $1.60 to win compared to North Korea’s $6.50 and a $4.45 price for the draw. Such a result would help neither team but a draw is good for Qatar to stay top of the table ahead of Saudi Arabia on goal difference. Qatar have scored eight and the Saudi side six goals, largely thanks to two huge wins over North Korea. The Saudis are favourites to win, though, at $2.65 with the group leaders priced at $3.3 . The draw is at $3.14 . These games from Abu Dhabi’s Zayed Sports City Stadium and Sharjah Stadium in Sharjah kick-off at midnight and can be seen on Fox Sports and Fox Sports 2. There will be two days off before the round of 16 commences on Sunday.