Cameroon Vs Serbia World Cup 2022 Group G

Cameroon vs Serbia World Cup 2022 Group G prediction, odds, betting tips, and best bets

<p><strong>Cameroon vs&nbsp;Serbia World Cup 2022 Group G prediction, odds, betting tips, and best bets</strong></p>

Cameroon vs Serbia

Cameroon hasn't won a World Cup match since 2002

Cameroon hasn't won a World Cup match since 2002, following a 1-0 loss to Switzerland on the first day of Group G.

Surprisingly, another defeat against Serbia on Monday in Qatar would tie the African team for the longest-ever losing streak in tournament history – nine matches, established by Mexico between 1930 and 1958.

As a result, expect Rigobert Song's team to exhibit considerably greater attacking danger in this match against much-fancied dark horses Serbia, albeit a recurrence of their opening versus Switzerland is possible.

Cameroon versus Serbia betting odds

Despite a 2-0 setback to Brazil on matchday one, Serbia is significantly favored to win this match against Cameroon, according to the bookies.

While the South Americans skillfully restricted their offensive freedom, this time should witness a return to Serbia's traditional 2022 form against Cameroon, and the free-scoring style that allowed them to qualify for the Qatar World Cup by topping a group that included Portugal.

Three things to know about Cameroon vs. Serbia

Team news for Cameroon vs. Serbia

Cameroon appeared to have no injury concerns against Switzerland, as Napoli midfielder Andre-Frank Zambo Anguissa, who had been a pre-match doubt, started.

Meanwhile, Serbia coach Dragan Stojkovic may be tempted to start Dusan Vlahovic, depending on the condition of the Juventus attacker, who sustained an adductor injury on October 21.

Vlahovic returned after 66 minutes of the loss to Brazil, replacing Filip Mladenovic.

Key statistics for Cameroon vs. Serbia

  • Serbia has lost both of its previous World Cup matches against African opponents as an autonomous European nation. 

  • Cameroon has now lost eight consecutive World Cup matches after losing to Switzerland on an opening day. Another defeat here would tie the longest losing streak in competitive history (Mexico).

  • Serbia has lost eight of its ten World Cup matches since attaining independence, the worst losing rate of any team to play at least ten matches in the championship.

Cameroon vs. Serbia match statistics

Monday, November 28th

5:00 a.m. ET / 10:00 a.m. GMT / 21:00 p.m. AEDT

Al Janoub Stadium is the venue.

Prediction for Cameroon vs. Serbia

  • Serbia is the Moneyline favorite (-140)

  • Serbia -0.5 against the spread (-150)

  • Cameroon 1-2 Serbia is the predicted score.

Given the odds on offer and their recent success, Serbia should be too strong for Cameroon today, however, the value of the African team grabbing an improbable victory seems appealing.

Serbia came into the competition unbeaten in their previous six internationals, winning five of them and scoring 18 times.

Cameroon vs. Serbia is the best bet.

With only three wins in their previous 20 World Cup matches combined, Cameroon and Serbia will both be eager for three points to give themselves a chance of qualifying for the Round of 16.

Serbia is the bookies' favorite, which is predictable given their team.

They'll have enough attacking firepower to draw on with Aleksandar Mitrovic, Dusan Vlahovic, and Luka Jovic all likely to be available for this one.

When looking at the teams that did not win their individual openers, the second round of World Cup matches has witnessed a slight explosion of goals.

Given that both Cameroon and Serbia failed to gain three crucial points on matchday one, we anticipate lots of goals in this encounter, especially given both teams' pre-tournament record.

Serbia scored 18 times in their final six matches before the 2022 World Cup, with each team scoring four times.

Similarly, in both of Cameroon's pre-tournament friendly, both teams scored in 1-1 ties, therefore we believe this is a safe pick.

Flier wager on Cameroon vs. Serbia

Pick: Serbia to win and Sergej Milinkovic-Savic to score first.

On the surface, there appear to be lots of players who might break the deadlock here, but we can't overlook Lazio's Sergej Milinkovic-Savic, who provides outstanding value considering his good club record this season.

This season, he has five goals in 20 games for Lazio in all competitions, playing in his native center midfield position. Add to it the fact that he plays as an advanced, more offensive center midfielder for Serbia, and he'll be optimistic about his prospects against Cameroon.

Serbia will triumph

The two teams that lost their first two games in Group G meet next in what appears to be a must-win game for both. Cameroon looked well in the first half against Switzerland but provided nothing in the second 45 minutes, while Serbia struggled against Brazil and will want to express themselves against Cameroon on matchday 2.

For the first time since 2010, Cameroon will face Serbia. They were defeated by this opponent at the time. Cameroon is likely to be hurt psychologically despite having qualified from the African group in style. Cameroon lost their first game against Switzerland, and they have not taken a single point from a game since the 2002 World Cup.

Meanwhile, Serbia boasts a formidable offensive line that can score against even the most tenacious defenses. Serbia is battling with some injuries and was completely overpowered by Brazil in the first round, but they should be able to win here.

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