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Cameroon vs Brazil Betting Props: World Cup 2022 Group G

Brazil have already advanced to the round of 16, so this would be a good chance to give Gabriel Jesus a Friday start, and leave Richarlison on the bench. Visit our sportsbook to get the best World Cup markets and bonuses.

Let’s check the latest World Cup odds, stats, injury reports and World Cup lines for Cameroon vs Brazil. We’ve plenty of World Cup betting odds for you to consider.

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Brazil and Total Under 3½ (Ev)

Brazil are stacked, hailed as the team to lift this trophy. Top of the world, according to the latest FIFA rankings, the dominant team in this match, 5-1 in the series history versus Cameroon.

Cameroon’s last appearance at this level of football was in 2014, in Brazil. They lost all the group games, having surrendered nine goals while scoring just once. Now, their recent form paints a picture of a team that’s beginning to look shaky ahead.

Do not expect this game to be packed with goals. The South Americans are expected to rotate their starters, which is bound to compromise their flow. Maximum two goals have been scored in three of the last four meetings between these two nations. Each of those occasions saw the winner keep a clean sheet.

This will be the third World Cup encounter between Cameroon and Brazil. In the previous two head-to-heads, Brazil had at least three goals in each game. but they should now stop at two and not push.

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Brazil Win and Both Teams To Score – No (-125)

Brazil have won their opening two group games, and yet to concede a goal at the World Cup. That’s why we’re backing them to win and keep a clean sheet against Cameroon.

Brazil may have to weather the storm early, but they should prevail relatively comfortably. We don’t expect them to concede anything, so we’ll include this combo in our soccer picks and parlays. Brazil is currently the third-most fouled nation at the Cup, so we also expect Cameroon to be booked at least three times.

Gabriel Jesus Anytime Goalscorer (+150)

Tite’s squad is so good, allowing him to tinker if needed, specifically if Brazil are struggling to break down sides who naturally execute a low block against them. It’s not hard to see why Brazil are so feared here, since not only do they boast an embarrassment of attacking riches (the likes of Gabriel Jesus, Gabriel Martinell, and Antony), but they also have the stats to support their absurd attack output.

Brazil have registered more shots on target than any other nation so far in Qatar. Richarlison may be rested, with Gabriel Jesus potentially as a replacement. Rodrygo might make his first start of the tournament down the right, as the Arsenal striker is expected to create many scoring chances, finding the back of the net.

The odds and predictions in the article are based on the time of writing and publication. They may differ as to when the actual event takes place.

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