World Cup Group G Odds, Fixtures, Profiles & Betting Tips
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World Cup Group G Results & Fixtures
24 November 2022 10:00 – Switzerland vs Cameroon
24 November 2022 19:00 – Brazil vs Serbia
28 November 2022 10:00 – Cameroon vs Serbia
28 November 2022 16:00 – Brazil vs Switzerland
2 December 2022 19:00 – Serbia vs Switzerland
2 December 2022 19:00 – Cameroon vs Brazil
World Cup Group G Table
Table will be updated here when the games begin.
World Cup Group G Odds
Even before the World Cup draw took place, Brazil were the outright pick for most pundits and punters and with the South American giants now knowing who they will face in Group G, their status as favourites has only been solidified further.
A status that although may place extra pressure on the shoulders of those involved, should also provide the likes of Neymar and Richarlison something of an extra impetus. Which means with three group stage outings offering a tune-up, this will be the team to avoid in the Round of 16 and beyond.
While in terms of Brazil’s opponents in Group G, there is a sense of familiar bedfellows and the reason for this, is because they have once again been paired with Switzerland – something that manager Murat Yakin is probably not best pleased about.
However, it must be noted that not only Switzerland did advance to the knockout stages four years ago, but they also managed to hold Brazil to a draw in their Group E clash. Which means, a rematch between the two, is one that is far from a foregone conclusion.
While the familiarity in Group G does not stop there either and with Serbia also meeting Brazil and Switzerland four years ago, they will hope for better fortunes this time around. Fortunes that ultimately sees them advance to the Round of 16.
Something that although not impossible, is certainly going to be something of an uphill struggle and if they are to have any joy in Qatar, then Alexsandar Mitrovic is going to need to show the kind of form that saw him tear up the EFL Championship last season.
As in every group there has to be an outsider and although Cameroon have been given this tag in Group G, they are far from a lost cause and if they can get positive results against Switzerland and Serbia, it has the potential to blow this four-team mini league wide open.
Admittedly Cameroon may not be of the vintage crop of a generation ago and do not have the household names that we all watched in World Cups of yesteryear. However, there are not here to make up the numbers either and second place is certainly up for grabs.
Group G World Cup 2022 Team Profiles
Although Brazil are largely the nation that is synonymous with the World Cup, they have not been on the top step of the global podium in 20 years and with the weight of a nation on his shoulders, manager Tite will now look to right that wrong.
Especially when you consider the calibre of players that the longstanding Brazil manager can call upon and although this is always a side that is known for having plenty of flair, it is now one that has plenty of guile to go with it.
When it comes to major tournaments invites, Switzerland are always a nation that is on the guestlist and after earning safe passage to Qatar, it means that they will be competing in their fifth successive World Cup.
However, their previous attempts at global domination are usually foiled at the Round of 16 and with this happening in three of the past four World Cups, do not expect too much progress from Murat Yakin’s side in Qatar.
When you look at the players that have represented Serbia over the years, there is always a question as to why they have never clicked on the international scene and the same question is likely to be asked in the Middle East.
The talent is there, the aptitude is perhaps not, and it is this constant conundrum which seemingly stops Serbia from really mixing it with the established names in world football. Whether this conundrum can finally be solved by manager Dragan Stojkovic remains to be seen.
After missing out on qualification to Russia four years ago, Cameroon are back on the game’s biggest stage and with their brand of football being one that fuses together raw power with skill that can sometimes be genius but sometimes erratic, they are not a side to be underestimated.
Because if you underestimate Cameroon, you do so at your peril and if either Switzerland or Serbia have an off day in Qatar, then legend turned manager Rigobert Song, will certainly mop up any Group G points that are going spare.
World Cup Group G Predictions
Brazil To Win The World Cup – 5/1
Although there is a risk in backing the favourite before a ball has even been kicked, backing Brazil will go some way to eliminating it. Because after possession of the World Cup has been shared elsewhere for the past 20 years, now is the time for nation and trinket to be reunited.
With England and France misfiring in the Nations League this summer, their respective managers are going to have to find some momentum before events in Qatar and if they fail do so, it will only make life even easier for the home of samba football.