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WORLD CUP 2022 :-Brazil vs Cameroon Preview, Line Up, Match Info


The Canaries will take to the field today for their final match of the World Cup group stage. Cameroon will be the opponent of Brazil in the match which will be held at Lucille facility at 12.30 am Indian time.

Brazil is currently in first place after winning both matches. Regardless of the result of today's match, they will not challenge for a knockout entry. However, win could enter the knockout stages with three wins out of three and complete dominance. Brazil's top spot will only be threatened if they lose to Cameroon and Switzerland win over Serbia.

Otherwise, they will enter the group stage as the top seed. Brazil is currently coming without conceding a single goal. They haven't conceded a single shot on target in their last two matches. It is these figures that scare Cameron. Neymar Jr. is ruled out with an injury and will not play in today's match. Tite may make some changes in the first eleven from the team that entered the last match. A win, on the other hand, would keep Cameroon's knockout hopes alive. Even if they win, Cameroon's future will depend on the outcome of the Serbia-Switzerland match.

Bayern star Chopo Moting, Toko Ikambi and Mbuyomo are the forward players of the African team. In any case, it remains to be seen whether the Canaries will finish the group unbeaten or upset Cameroon fulfil their quarter's dream.


Brazil         :- 70%

Cameroon     :- 11%

Draw              :- 19%


Date:- 3/12/2022

Time:- 12.30 AM (IST)

Venue:- Lusail Stadium


1) Brazil has won five of their six meetings with Cameroon (L1), most recently a 1-0 friendly win in November 2018.  Brazil won both FIFA World Cup matches in 1994 3-0 and 4-0.  1 in 2014.

2) Cameroon's first FIFA World Cup appearance (Peru 1982) and first FIFA World Cup victory (Argentina 1990) came against South American opposition.  Overall they have won two, drawn two and lost two of their World Cup matches against such teams, with both defeats coming against Brazil.

3) Brazil has won all seven of their FIFA World Cup matches against African teams, scoring 20 goals and conceding just two.

4) A defeat or draw for Cameroon would mean their sixth consecutive exit from the World Cup finals, having last reached the knockout rounds in 1990.  They have never won their last group stage match in seven previous matches.  World Cup (D2 L5).

5) Brazil is yet to have a shot on target at the 2022 World Cup, becoming the first team since France in 1998 not to concede a shot on target in their opening two games at a tournament.  Argentina's second in the group stage since 1966 in 1998.