By:
Simon Winter
12/02/2022
World Cup Predictions
Cameroon vs Brazil - World Cup 2022

Cameroon and Brazil collide on matchday three in World Cup 2022 Group G at the Lusail Iconic Stadium. Tite’s Brazil dominate the markets at 22bet, though Cameroon will be determined to upset the odds in Lusail. Below, you can find our betting tips for this potentially pivotal tussle. Remember to read our 22bet review to find out more about their odds, markets and promos.

Cameroon vs Brazil Best Odds

Cameroon vs Brazil Betting Tips

Brazil’s performances in Group G have been impressive so far, though they have yet to score a first half goal and each of their first two matches against Serbia and Switzerland were level at the interval. The Brazilians might have to work hard for their breakthrough again against Cameroon and our first prediction recommends backing a draw in the first-half result market with that in mind.

Half Time Result – Draw – 13/8

Brazil have been creating plenty of chances in Qatar, though their conversion rate has been modest and each of their first two group games featured two or fewer goals. The pattern of their match with Cameroon could be similar and with a glut of action unlikely, our second betting tip advises bettors to consider a stake on under 3.5 goals.

Under 3.5 Goals – 1/2

Tottenham Hotspur attacker Richarlison scored a superb brace on matchday one against Serbia and though he drew a blank against Switzerland shortly after, the 25-year-old did clock two attempts. Richarlison should have chances to add to his haul against Cameroon and we’re backing him to take one of the opportunities that come his way.

Richarlison to Score Anytime – 13/8

Cameroon vs Brazil Analysis

Cameroon

Cameroon face elimination at the group stage of the World Cup and only an against-the-odds win against Brazil and a favourable result elsewhere will keep them in the mix in Qatar.

Key Players: Vincent Aboubakar, Karl Toko Ekambi, Eric Choupo-Moting

Team news: Cameroon used a 4-3-3 formation in their 3-3 draw with Serbia, so expect to see a similar shape against Brazil. Keeper Andre Onana has been booted out of their squad for a clash with coach Rigoberg Song and the Inter star won’t feature on matchday three.

Predicted Lineup: Epassy - Fai, Castelletto, Nkoulou, Tolo - Anguissa, Hongla, Kunde - Mbuemo, Toko-Ekambi, Choupo-Moting

Brazil

Five-time champions Brazil have already booked their place in the knockout rounds thanks to back-to-back victories over Serbia and Switzerland.

Key Players: Marquinhos, Casemiro, Alisson

Team news: Neymar will miss Brazil’s matchday three clash with Cameroon and with qualification already guaranteed, Head Coach Tite could make some changes elsewhere to keep players fresh.

Predicted Lineup: Alisson - Militao, Marquinhos, Bremer, Sandro - Fred, Paqueta, Guimareas - Antony, Rodrygo, Richarlison

Cameroon vs Brazil Prediction

Brazil have been a second-half team in Qatar so far and the tournament favourites were locked at 0-0 at half time in each of their first two Group E fixtures. The Brazilians could field a much-changed team against Cameroon on matchday three, which could lead to disjointedness and it might take them some time to find their flow again. As a consequence, backing a draw in the half-time result market appeals at the prices on offer.

Half Time Result - Draw