Stadium: Paul Biya Stadium
Looking to maintain their 100% record in this tournament, the host Cameroon will welcome Cape Verde at the Paul Biya Stadium on Monday. Will Cape Verde interrupt the record? Let's take a look at our betting tip for your winnings.Claim Your Welcome Bonus!
Last five matches: WWDWL
After the loss against Burkina Faso, Cape Verde are now third on the log with three points in two matches rightly behind Burkina Faso who are tied with the same point.
Their match against Burkina Faso was not impressive as they lack the cutting edge in the final third. Despite having the larger share of the possession, they went behind after a fine cross from Issa Kabore finds Hossane Bande to nod it in, 1-0 at halftime and nothing much really happened in the second half as Burkina Faso took all three points.
The casualty against Burkina Faso is their first in like six matches and they will aspire to amend their wrongs against Cameroon.
Cape Verde are currently ranked 73rd and won't be playing at the world cup.
Key player: Garry Rodrigues (Midfielder)
Last five matches: WWWWW
Having qualified for the round of sixteen, the Indomitable Lions are gunning for glory and will leave no stone unturned to win this tournament on their home soil.
Cameroon are soaring high in this tournament and they don't look like they are going to stop soon as they downed Ethiopia in the second round. The match started as Ethiopia took the lead through Dawa Hotessa at the early minutes of the game and Cameron got triggered as Ekambi levelled up before the break. The second half started and Cameron took it personal by responding with three quick goals from Vincent Aboubakar twice and Ekambi as the match ended 4-1.
Six points in two matches, Cameron are ranked 50th in the world according to FIFA but unfortunately, they won't be playing at the World Cup after coming third behind South Africa and Ghana.
Key Player: Vincent Aboubakar (Striker)
Expert betting tip
Both teams have played six times and Cape Verde have won twice, Cameroon won three times and a draw.
Cape Verde won the recent fixture after beating Cameron 3-1 during the qualifiers.
They were exposed by Burkina Faso on Monday and Cameron will pose as a far tougher test, Cameron to win for 1.71.
Cameron love conceding so we can risk both teams to score for 2.25.
Cameroon are favourite here and we are going hard with the first-half win for 2.50, if Burkina Faso can do it, Cameroon can do more.
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