Cameroon will play their 22nd World Cup against Brazil on the 22nd.
Cameroon come into this match on the back of a 3-3 WC22 draw against Serbia. In this game, Cameroon had 41% possession and 8 of 13 shots were on target. Jean-Charles Castelletto (29′), Vincent Abubakar (63′) and Eric Maxim Choupo-Moting (66′) scored for Cameroon. In contrast, Serbia had 15 attempts on goal, 5 of which hit the post. Strahinja Pavlovic (44′), Sergej Milinkovic-Savic (45′) and Aleksandar Mitrovic (53′) scored for Serbia.
Cameroon have not kept clean sheets often in their recent matches.
Indeed, Cameroon have failed to prevent their opponents from scoring, scoring 9 goals in 6 of their last 6 matches. Brazil come into this match having beaten Switzerland 1-0 in their last match and won their 22nd World Cup 1-0.
In this game, Brazil had 54% possession and 5 of 13 shots were on target. Casemiro was the only player to score (83′) for Brazil. On the other hand, Switzerland scored 6 goals and conceded 0 goals. The number of goals conceded in the last six matches was two. At the same time, their forwards scored 16 goals. However, it is unclear if this trend will continue with this game.
We think Brazil can see more of the ball and take advantage of scoring opportunities.
On the other hand, Cameroon are not easy to score goals, but I think they can be dangerous at times. So after this match we can see a 1-3 win for Brazil.
Nouhou Tolo, Andre Zambo Anguissa, Pierre Kunde, Devis Epassy, Collins Fai, J. Castelletto, Nicolas N’Koulou, Martin Hongla, Bryan Mbeumo, Eric Choupo-Moting and Karl Toko Ekambi.
Gabriel Jesus and Vinícius Júnior, Alisson, Éder Militão, Bremer, Thiago Silva, Alex Telles, Lucas Paquetá, Fabinho, Bruno Guimarães, Rodrygo.
Jio cinema will live stream and Sports18 will broadcast the match.