Cameroon's last World Cup Group A match is likely to be their toughest when they take on tournament hosts Brazil in Brasilia.
The Indomitable Lions will give 100% as usual, but Brazil's technical ability is likely to find them out and it's hard to see anything other than a win for Luiz Filipe Scolari's side in this match. Seleção are such heavy favourites that there is little point in backing them in the match odds market and a bet of Brazil/Brazil in the Half-Time/Full-Time market or on there being Over 2.5 Goals in the match looks more appealing. Correct Score punters will be anticipating Brazil turning on the style and a successful bet on them to win 4-0 will return a tidy profit.
Samuel Eto'o was on the score-sheet when Cameroon beat Brazil 1-0 in the 2003 Confederations Cup and looks the safest bet for those fancying the underdogs to get a goal, but Brazil's Neymar is a far more sensible pick in the First Goalscorer market, closely followed by Fred. Paulinho likes to get forward and provide support the attackers and has scored a few times in friendlies for his country of late, so makes plenty of appeal as an Anytime Goalscorer bet.
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