Cameroon V Brazil

This is the last fixture for Brazil as they take on Cameroon in Group G at the Lusail Stadium. Brazil is at the top of the table with two solid victories and no goal conceded, whilst Cameroon is in third place with one point. These two great footballing countries have met twice before in the World Cup, and on both occasions, Brazil ran out clear winners. In the 1994 World Cup, Brazil won 3-0, and in 2014 Brazil thumped Cameroon 4-1.

The disparity between the two teams is there for all to see, but as we have seen in previous games, the game of football is full of surprises. In the FIFA rankings, Brazil is listed as the top team in first place, whilst Cameroon is in 43rd place. 

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Cameroon played one of the best games of the tournament against Serbia, coming from behind and earning a draw. The manner in which Cameroon came back into the game symbolised the nickname of Indomitable Lions, who never give up when faced with adversity. 

One has to applaud the magnificent goal that Vincent Aboubakar scored just a few minutes after coming on to make it 3-2. At first glance, he looked offside, and maybe even he believed to be off, but as all good professional football players do, he scooped the ball above the stranded Milinkovic-Savic and left it in the hands of the officials to decide. Having both Choupo-Moting and Vincent Aboubakar was a constant threat for Serbia, with both players offering agility and experience. Up against Brazil, Rigobert Song might roll the dice and start them both for a chance of making it out of the group. 

Cameroon is priced at 19/6 (4.15) to score first in the game, with Choupo-Moting to score anytime during the game at 13/5 (3.60)


One of the in-form teams heading into the tournament and the opening two games justifies the hype and expectations that many football fans have in this Brazil squad. The back line and the midfield have had a great time of it with not many mistakes and looked in control for the most part of the games. Casemiro has been in fantastic form, snuffing out danger excellently reading the game. Against Switzerland, he also popped up in the opposition’s box to volley home the winner. 

As mentioned above, the hype is always there surrounding the Brazil squad, but this time around, they look like serious contenders. Neymar should be fit to play against Cameroon, although Tite might not start him in order to preserve his energy for the knockout stages. 

Brazil is at 21/5 (5.20) to make it three from three by a 3-0 victory, and Richarlison is at 1/1 (2.00) to score anytime during the game. 

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Brazil are heavily favoured to come away with the win at 2/5 (1.40), with Cameroon at 22/3 (8.30) to give themselves the best chance of making it out of the group and a draw at 33/8 (5.10).


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