Cameroon vs Brazil LIVE: Stream FREE, kick-off time, TV channel and team news and for final 2022 World Cup Group G clash | The Sun

CAMEROON have the unenviable task of needing all three points against Brazil to qualify for the last 16 of the World Cup TONIGHT.

The Brazilians are already through to the last-16 and could rest their key players.

With only one point, Cameroon know that anything other than a win against the South Americans will see them out.

They also require a Serbia win or draw against Switzerland if they are to have a chance of making it through.

  • Kick-off time: 7pm GMT
  • Live stream: ITV X
  • TV channel: ITV One
  • Group G: LIVE TABLE
  • Cameroon XI: To follow.
  • Brazil XI: To follow.
  • Explainer: All the info for Cameroon vs Brazil


  • Kieran Davies

    Song's comeback kings

    Vincent Aboubakar scored a sublime chip in the game against Serbia before Eric Maxim Choupo-Moting added another in quick succession in the second half.

    This ensured that Cameroon had something to play for today, showing the determination that will be required if they are to get anything against one of the tournament favourites.

    Big games, require big game players.

  • Kieran Davies

    Close call for Song's side

    In their second game against Serbia, at one stage it seemed like they were crashing out of the tournament, trailing 3-1.

    Rigobert Song's team fought back to draw the game 3-3.

    All of this after Jean-Charles Castelletto had given Cameroon the lead in the game.

  • Kieran Davies

    Like a fine wine, aging well

    39-year-old Dani Alves will captain Brazil this evening, and here is what he had to say before the game:

    For me it represents the fact that I can wear the Brazil jersey. It makes me very proud to be here. I’ve been with the Brazilian squad for many years and to be able to wrap up this cycle, playing a World Cup, makes me very happy. It’s been 16 years with the national squad and I’ve tried to do my very best. Life, I think, always rewards the people who love what they do, who truly do their best in the mission. I think I’m reaping what I have planted over those 16 years.

    Dani AlvesBrazil captain

  • Kieran Davies

    All bark and no bite

    Cameroon kicked off their groupt stage with a 1-0 defeat to Switzerland, with Cameroon-born Breel Embolo scoring the only goal of the game.

    It was the eighth straight World Cup defeat for the African side.

    The Indomitable Lions did create chances, registering as many shots on goal as their opponents, but they just came up short meaning they had to get at least a point in their second match, against Serbia.

  • Kieran Davies

    Lions still yet to roar

    Having picked up just one point from their first two games, the Indomitable Lions must win this evening.

    They have enjoyed huge support from their fans but have yet to repay them as these lions have only roared in glimpses so far.

    In addition to winning, they have to hope for a draw, or for Serbia to beat Switzerland by a one-goal margin in the other game in Group G to progress.

  • Kieran Davies

    Welcome to Cameroon vs Brazil

    Cameroon are left with the mammoth task of having to beat Brazil at the Lusial Iconic Stadium to stand any chance of progressing to the knockout stages of the World Cup 2022 this evening.

    Andre Onana will not feature for Cameroon having been sent home for disciplinary reasons after a disagreement with the manager regarding style of play.

    As a result, the more inexperienced Devis Epassy should get the nod to play, as he did in the last match, while Vincent Aboubakar may be brought into the frontline having scored from the bench last time out.

    Brazil have a number of players unavailable due to injury, while Alex Sandro is the latest player to be ruled out after undergoing a scan regarding the hip issue that forced him off against Switzerland.

    In his absence, Alex Telles is likely to come back into the team, having been brought on for the final five minutes last time out.

    Key player Neymar is also likely to miss out due to an ankle injury which ruled him out of the last game, while another problem in the same area means that Danilo will also be unavailable.

    Tite may choose to rest a few Brazil players as a result of already qualifying for the knockout stages so Bruno Guimaraes, Gabriel Jesus and Antony could be given some more minutes.

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