Kick-off: 1930, 20/11/2018
Brazil have rattled off five straight international friendly wins since the World Cup and are expected to extend that sequence by beating Cameroon in Milton Keynes.
The Selecao did not concede a goal in any of those victories and another clean-sheet triumph looks on the cards, even if Tite does rely on a number of fringe players.
Punters can get 3/5 for the South American side to win to nil and that is hard to oppose for our first Brazil vs Cameroon prediction.
A Look At Brazil’s Betting Odds
Brazil needed a controversial Neymar penalty to edge out Uruguay 1-0 in a feisty affair at Arsenal’s Emirates Stadium on Friday night.
Tackles flew in throughout a match that featured eight bookings, but the Selecao showed they possess steel as well as skill in London.
Tite was happy to come through “a South American derby” against “a good team with a high level”.
He said: “If you think of all the things that they did in that match, we still managed to control them – and it’s difficult to control Uruguay.
“We were able to keep consistency, even with so many changes within the team.”
A quick look down the substitutes’ bench for that match shows just how strong a squad Tite has at his disposal.
Manchester City pair Ederson and Gabriel Jesus, Chelsea midfielder Willian and Everton starlet Richarlison could all come in to freshen things up if required.
Looking at the Brazil vs Cameroon odds, we’re going with 5/1 for a 2-0 success this time.
A Look At Cameroon’s Betting Odds
Cameroon last faced Brazil at the 2014 World Cup, when Neymar hit a double before Fred and Fernandinho also netted in a 4-1 win for the hosts.
The Indomitable Lions have gone downhill since those days and head into this clash after a difficult year.
They picked up just one point when finishing bottom of their group at the African Nations Championship in January.
Having failed to qualify for Russia 2018, Cameroon will stage next year’s African Nations Cup but did not impress when taking part in a qualifying pool for that event.
Two 1-0 home wins have salvaged some pride, but losing 2-0 away to Morocco on Friday followed moderate draws against Comoros and Malawi on the road.
PSG striker Eric Maxim Choupo-Moting, Karl Toko Ekambi of Villarreal and Marseille forward Clinton N’Jie are useful performers up front, but we fear they will be starved of service here.
Let’s add 27/20 for the Selecao to prevail 1-0, 2-0 or 3-0 from the multiple correct score market to our Brazil vs Cameroon betting tips.
BRAZIL 1-0 Uruguay – Neymar (pen)
Morocco 2-0 CAMEROON
Head-to-head: Cameroon 1-4 Brazil, Brazil 0-1 Cameroon, Brazil 2-0 Cameroon, Brazil 2-0 Cameroon, Brazil 3-0 Cameroon
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