Cameroon vs Brazil: World Cup 2022 prediction, kick-off time, TV, live stream, team news, h2h, odds today
Cameroon are tonight in need of a famous result against Brazil if they are to have any hope of making the World Cup knockout stage.
Not since the days of Roger Milla have the Lions qualified from the groups at a World Cup and just a single point against Switzerland and Serbia leaves them requiring at least a win against the favourites in Qatar.
Few could say Brazil have been at their best so far but a pair of wins without conceding have booked their place in the last-16. Only a point will be needed to confirm their position as Group G winners.
Although the Lions pulled off a fine comeback against Serbia, they are very much the underdogs in this game.
The scoreline really depends on whether Brazil throw off the shackles having sealed qualification or whether the absence of Neymar and their generally average displays in front of goal will be the key plotline.
A 3-0 Brazil win.
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Head to head (h2h) history and results
Samuel Eto’o scored Cameroon’s goal in their only victory over Brazil, back at the 2003 Confederations Cup.
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