Latest Brazil v Cameroon odds and free bets offers from the World Cup as Neymar and Fred look to heap more misery on Cameroon.
A point will be enough for Brazil to qualify for the last 16 when they face Cameroon on Monday evening.
Brazil haven’t been anywhere near their best in their first two matches, however still top the group and remain unbeaten.
Mexico held firm against the hosts in Tuesday night’s goalless draw and for long periods where the better side.
Guillermo Ochoa was superb between the sticks for Mexico and he is still yet to concede a goal at the 2014 World Cup.
Brazil’s best chance fell the way of Thiago Silva late on, however his header from close range was poor and straight at Uchoa.
Cameroon are out and arguably have been the worst side at the competition, putting in two embarrassing displays.
A 1-0 defeat to Mexico in the opening Friday of the tournament left qualification an uphill task for Volker Finke’s side.
Their performance and behaviour against Croatia on Wednesday though was embarrassing, with Alex Song stupidly getting himself sent off.
Benoit Assou-Ekotto was perhaps fortunate not to be shown a red, after replays showed he headbutted his own team mate!
In the end Croatia won 4-0, sending the Africans home at the group stage for the fourth competition in a row (Cameroon didn’t reach 2006 World Cup).
Cameroon actually beat Brazil the last time the pair met, however that was all the way back in the 2003 Confederations Cup.
World Cup best: Cameroon quarter-finals (1990); Brazil five time winners (Last in 2002)
2010 World Cup: Cameroon group stage; Brazil Quarter-finals
Assou-Ekotto may be dropped after his embarrassing alteration with his team-mate and he could be one of many changes from Finke.
Don’t expect to see Samuel Eto’o return to the starting XI, with injury and a lack of form keeping him out of the side.
Brazil could make changes themselves after a poor performance against Mexico.
Fernandinho and Jo are pressing for a recall, with the striker Fred’s place very much in doubt after a disappointing start the tournament.
Hulk will be hoping to return, after the Chelsea midfielder Ramires came in for him in Tuesday’s draw.
Cameroon (4-5-1): Itandje, Djeugoue, N’Koulou, Chedjou, Bedimo, Matip, M’bia, Moukandjo, Chouo-Moting, Enoh, Webo
Brazil (4-2-3-1): Cesar, Alves, Silva, Luiz, Marcelo; Gustavo, Fernandinho, Hulk, Oscar, Neymar, Jo