Cameroon and Serbia will battle it out in this second matchday group G fixture. The match will occur on November 28 at the Al Wakrah Sports Complex in Qatar. These teams have made it to the World Cup by winning their qualifying groups. Serbia automatically qualified for the competition after coming on top in a tough group, including Ronaldo’s Portugal. Cameroon, too, made it to the World Cup after missing out in the previous edition by defeating Algeria in a dramatic game of football.
FIFA World Cup official Broadcasters
SuperSport has the right to broadcast the FIFA World Cup across the sub-Saharan region of Africa. This includes Cameroon as well. The matches taking place in the World Cup will be telecasted live on their channel in Cameroon and other African nations. New World Tv have the right to telecast the matches with French commentary.
Radio Television of Serbia (RTS) has the official broadcasting rights to cover all the matches taking place in the World Cup in the country. They will telecast the tournament live on their television network. RTS is a member of the European Broadcasting Union.
FIFA World Cup Fixture table of both the teams
The above table shows the fixture of both teams. The path to the playoffs is simple and straightforward, and both teams have to play well, attacking football, and go for the win. Serbia is in great form heading into the World Cup. They have won four out of their last five matches without any losses. On the other hand, Cameroon has been sluggish and poor in the games leading up to the tournament. They have lost three out of their last five games, with only one win against Algeria.
Things to watch out for
- This season, Aleksander Mitrovic has been in some sensational form in the English premier league. He is Serbia’s all-time leading goalscorer. His form will be brutal to contain, and the Cameroon defenders must be on top of their game to keep him quiet.
- Juventus striker Dusan Vlahovic has been in red-hot form this season for his club. His goalscoring abilities will be crucial for Serbia to qualify for the next tournament round.
- Bryan Mbeumo, who plays for Brentford in the premier league, made his full debut for Cameroon some days back in the warm-up match against Uzbekistan. The 23-year-old has been playing quality football in the premier league and has the potential to be their World Cup hero.
- The president of Cameroon football is now Samuel Eto’o. The ex-Barcelona striker aims to change the face of Cameroon football for good. He expects his team to produce results in the upcoming FIFA World Cup.
Table of the FIFA World Cup squads
Simon Ngapandouetnbu, Devis Epassy, Andre Onana.
Darlin Yongwa, Nicolas Nkoulou, Nouhou Tolo, Oliver Mbazio, Collins Fai, Jean-Charles Castelletto, Enzo Ebosse, Michael Ngadeu-Ngadjui.
Olivier Ntcham, Georges Mandjeck, Pierre Kunde, Martin Hongla, Samuel Gouet, Gael Ondoua, Jean Onana, Andre-Franck Zambo-Anguissa, Arnaud Djoum.
Jean-Pierre Nsame, Georges-Kevin Nkoudou, Vincent Aboubakar, Karl Toko Ekambi, Eric Maxim Choupo-Moting.
Marko Dmitrovic, Vanja Milinkovic-Savic, Marko Ilic.
Stefan Mitrovic, Strahinja Pavlovic, Milos Veljkovic, Filip Mladenovic, Aleksa Terzic, Srdan Babic, Nikola Milenkovic, Matija Natasic.
Dusan Tadic, Filip Kostic, Nemanja Maksimovic, Nemanja Radonjic, Filip Duricic, Sasa Lukic, Andrija Zivkovic, Darko Lavovic, Sergej Milinkovic-Savic, Marko Grujic, Uros Racic.
Aleksander Mitrovic, Luka Jovic, Dusan Vlahovic.
These are the probable players who will travel to Qatar for the FIFA World Cup. All the teams must submit the final list of 26 players by November 13. A preliminary list of 35 players will be presented by October 21 to FIFA.