Cameroon and Switzerland are in Group G, together with Brazil and Serbia. Their match is scheduled for 24th Nov as one of the first matches in the group.
You can expect any result from this match. The favorites in the group are Brazil, while the other three teams are arguably balanced in terms of talent. Therefore, the first game is a must-win for each team to get a chance in the playoffs.
The Swiss team has been average at best compared to other European teams. On a good day, they are known to take down talented nations, the most recent being Spain in the UEFA Nations League in a 2-1 win.
They have reliable players like Granit Xhaka and a young defender in Manuel Akanji, in addition to producing legends like Xherdan Shaqiri.
The team is now in a transition, having a couple of both old and young players. Having been underdogs for the longest time in major competitions, with the flexible squad, they are looking to change that in the first game against Cameroon.
Their capability to defeat The Indomitable Lions might be questionable, but what does the other side have to offer?
The 5X African Cup winners, most recent being the 2017 AFCON tournament, is a side that has been impressive in participating competitions. They finished third in AFCON 2021, but they were amongst the favorites to take the cup home.
With a lead from Vincent Aboubakar, the team is set to give Switzerland a run for their money. If you are to stake in the game as a first-timer, a 22bet promotion for new customers is a great option as you take a lucky guess on the outcomes of the match.
Unlike previous tournaments where they fall short, the team has a few other players from big European clubs. They include:
- Andre Onana (Goalkeeper) – Playing for Inter Milan
- Bryan Mbeumo (Forward) – From Brentford
What Is the Predicted Outcome?
Their recent matches have a lot to say concerning the outcome of this game. The norm of a superior European team is an unlikely scenario in this game. It will be a blanched game, the winner to likely be decided by the smallest of margins.
Additionally, both teams are looking for bragging rights from a long history of unsatisfied results in the World Cup. A win for both will boost either chance of going to the knockout stages regarding the difficulty of the group.
The two can produce surprising results in the next matches against Brazil and an impressive Serbia side. With both teams qualifying for the next round, we might receive another dose of a Swiss vs. Cameroon game in the playoffs.
via: Information Nigeria