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Cameroon take on Brazil in their last Group A match of the 2014 Fifa World Cup at the Estadio Nacional de Brasilia, Brasilia, on Monday.
Where to Watch Live
Kick-off is set for 9pm BST. Live coverage is on ITV 1. Radio commentary of the game will be available on BBC Radio 5 Live.
Cameroon are already out of the World Cup after suffering back-to-back defeats against Mexico and Croatia. After losing 1-0 against Miguel Herrera's side in their first game, the Indomitable Lions were crushed 4-0 by the European outfit courtesy of strikes from Ivica Olic, Ivan Persic and a brace from Mario Mandzukic.
However, the more disappointing factor for Volker Finke's side was the unexpected reaction from Alex Song who slammed Mandzukic with his right elbow. The Barcelona midfielder was sent off and that was not the end of controversy for them. Benoit Assou-Ekotto head-butted his compatriot Benjamin Moukandjo as tempers flared during the defeat.
The 56th ranked African side will be hoping to end their World Cup on a high and what better way to do that than to hand the hosts a massive setback in their quest to top the group.
Brazil eased through their opening game beating Croatia 3-1 at the Arena Corinthians, São Paulo on 12 June. However, they could not take all three points from their previous fixture as a resilient Mexico held them to a goalless draw at the Estádio Castelao, Fortaleza, last Tuesday.
The El Tri goalkeeper Guillermo Ochoa's heroics prevented the stellar Selecao strike force from putting the ball past him, emerging on top with six saves. Luiz Felipe Scolari will be instructing his side to get the job done against Cameroon while hoping that his side can enter the knockout stages of the competition as winners.
Brazil are level on four points with Mexico, but a superior goal difference puts them on top of the Group A standings. The home crowd will be hoping that their Northern American rivals will drop points or their team batter Cameroon to allow the second placed team to nick the top spot.
What Managers Say
Volker Finke (Cameroon): "The third game is special, in some ways. It is impossible to leave the World Cup with everyone having the impression that the level of Cameroon is what we showed against Mexico and Croatia. This is our motivation to prove that we can do more. I do not think we came to Brazil as favourites, but like all teams we also dreamed of a good World Cup. Dreaming is part of football. We were unable to qualify, but we will try to have a good farewell."
Luiz Felipe Scolari (Brazil): "Neymar cannot win or lose on his own, he is part of the group. We will keep working with Neymar, working to win, and making sure we make all efforts to do better as a team around him. In my opinion - it's my own - not that of the critics - the team played better than they did against Croatia. There was at least an extra 10 per cent than what there was against Croatia. The team has evolved. We can still improve, but we can still qualify for the next round. We showed quality, so I am satisfied."
Prediction: Cameroon 0-3 Brazil
Betting Odds (Bwin)
- Cameroon: 19
- Draw: 8
- Brazil: 1/10
- Last Five (all competitions, most recent first): L L W D L
- Last Result: Cameroon 0-4 Croatia
- Last Five (all competitions, most recent first): D W W W W
- Last Result: Brazil 0-0 Mexico
- Injured: N/A
- Doubtful: Samuel Eto'o (knee)
- Suspended: Alex Song
Probable Lineup: Itandje; Nyom, Chedjou, Nkoulou, Bedimo; Matip, Enoh, Makoun; Moukandjo, Webo, Choupo-Moting
- Injured: N/A
- Doubtful: N/A
- Suspended: N/A
Probable Lineup: Cesar; Alves, Luiz, Silva, Marcelo; Gustavo, Paulinho; Hulk, Oscar, Neymar; Fred