Five-time winners Brazil have already qualified for the knockout stages of the World Cup and will hope to end the group stage in style against a Cameroon side who must win to stand any chance.

Selecao have won both of their games so far this tournament without conceding a goal and have looked solid without being spectacular.

Two Richarlison strikes helped sink Serbia before they narrowly got past Switzerland 1-0 following Casmeiro’s snapshot.

Cameroon lost 1-0 to Switzerland then were involved in one of the games of the tournament as they came from 3-1 down to fight back and draw 3-3 with Serbia.

Goal difference could come into play in Group G meaning the game could possibly be wide open.

Tips

  • Brazil to win and both teams to score @ 11/5
  • Vinicius Junior to score anytime @ 13/8

Team news

Cameroon will be without goalkeeper Andre Onana after he left the camp following a disagreement with head coach Rigobert Song over his playing style.

Devis Epassy was the surprise inclusion against Serbia and he is likely to retain his place in between the sticks.

Vincent Aboubakar scored off the bench on Monday and may be rewarded with a starting place.

Brazil will be missing left-back Alex Sandro who was withdrawn in the latter stages of Monday’s win against Switzerland so former Manchester United man Alex Telles will be brought in.

Neymar and Danilo are still out injured while Tite may be tempted to rotate his squad given they have already qualified, meaning the likes of Bruno Guimaraes, Antony, and Gabriel Jesus could be given more minutes.

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Brazil to win and both teams to score @ 11/5

So far, Brazil have looked solid during this World Cup and have done what they needed to do with a game to spare.

They left it late against Switzerland but Casemiro’s strike means they will partake in the last 16 of the competition as they look for a sixth win.

Brazil have been accomplished going forward without being spectacular and they will miss the presence of Neymar.

Defensively though, they have been outstanding and are yet to concede.

However, Cameroon will fly out of the blocks on Friday evening as they must win in order to preserve their World Cup ambition, meaning the game could be wide open.

Against Serbia, they showed plenty of sport and resolve to make the score 3-3 as well as some attacking nous.

Brazil have beaten Cameroon twice in the World Cup before and will be too strong for them again.

Vinicius Junior to score anytime @ 13/8

With Neymar unavailable, the Real Madrid man has become the de facto star player for this Brazil side and he will be keen to grab his first goal of the tournament.

He has had chances and came very close against Switzerland but a VAR offside check ruled out his goal.

The winger has scored only once in 18 Brazil caps but his Real Madrid record stands at 10 goals in 21 games, so he is a man in form.

Additionally, he will be running directly at a defence that has let in four goals in two games, and could therefore be presented with opportunities.

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