Cameroon v Brazil Betting Tips & Predictions

With two wins from two, Brazil are 8/25 favourites to beat Cameroon in their final World Cup Group G match on Friday.

Brazil would need to lose and suffer a considerable goal difference swing to finish second in Group G. 

Cameroon come into this match needing a win, and hoping Serbia narrowly beat Switzerland. 

Les Lions Indomptables have failed to win in six matches now, while Brazil have won nine in a row, conceding just twice in the process.

Neymar remains sidelined for the tournament favourites, and Danilo is set to be replaced by veteran Dani Alves. 

Other than Andre Onana’s premature exit from the tournament, Cameroon have a full squad available.

Anytime Goalscorer: Gabriel Jesus

13/8 (Unibet)

With a berth in the round of 16 confirmed, Tite is expected to rest some of his starters. 

One player in line for some minutes is Arsenal’s Gabriel Jesus, who has scored 19 goals in 42 international starts. 

Jesus isn’t the best finisher in world football, but he excels at getting in goalscoring positions, as evidenced by his 0.57 expected goals per 90 in the Premier League this term.

Against a Cameroon team which has allowed 3.3 expected goals in two matches, Jesus is a good bet to get on the scoresheet at this price.

Match Result And Both Teams To Score: Brazil/Yes

21/10 (Boyle Sports)

Brazil have won to nil in seven of their last nine matches, and the Canarinho making that eight of 10 is going to attract some bettors. 

Cameroon, though, cannot afford to play too cautiously given the circumstances in the group, and they have registered three expected goals through two matches.

Both teams have scored in three of Cameroon’s last four. A Brazil win feels inevitable even with rotation, but those changes could see the defence become more vulnerable, too. 

The 21/10 on Brazil and BTTS is much better value than a win to nil at Evens. 

Total Corners: Over 9.5 

10/11 (Unibet)

Over their four World Cup matches so far, these teams have gone over this number on three occasions. 

Cameroon saw 16 total corners in their match with Switzerland, and Brazil had eight on their own when they face the Swiss.

All odds are subject to change

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