Brazil v Cameroon free bets : Latest odds & Offers from World Cup

Its Brazil v Cameroon from the World Cup with the latest odds and free bets to pick up from the clash from Group A.

Brazil will look to seal top spot in Group when they take on Cameroon later tonight (KO 21:00).

Group A is finely poised with the Brazilians level on points at the top with Mexico on four points with Croatia a further point behind.

Unlike Mexico and Croatia, who face each other on Tuesday, Brazil’s destiny is in their own hands. Win and they are through to the next stage.

A draw would also be enough however a defeat could set the stage for a nervy wait for Phil Scolari’s men. The hosts have been unconvincing to date and they will have to up their game significantly if they reach the next round where Chile or Holland awaits.

The 2002 world cup winning manager could shake up his side with Willian, Bernard and Hernanes all hoping for starts in place of the ineffective Ramires and Paulinho while Fred is also struggling to justify his selection.

Zenith forward Hulk should return after missing the draw with Mexico due to a muscle complaint.

Cameroon meanwhile have lost to both Mexico and Croatia without yet scoring a goal in the competition. The 1-0 loss to Mexico should have greater but for some poor refereeing decisions while a red for Alex Song, when his side were only 1-0, saw the Indomitable Lions crash out of the tournament.

The African side have little to play except pride against the competition hosts however manager Volker Finke wants his side to go out on a high.

“The third game is special, in some ways,” he told reporters.

“It is impossible to leave the World Cup with everyone having the impression that the level of Cameroon is what we showed against Mexico and Croatia.

“This is our motivation to prove that we can do more

“I do not think we came to Brazil as favourites, but like all teams we also dreamed of a good World Cup.

“Dreaming is part of football. We were unable to qualify, but we will try to have a good farewell.”

Finke will be without the suspended Song however he should have Captain Samuel Eto’o available.

The German coach will have to make decision on Benoit Assou-Ekotto after the left-back head-butted team-mate Benjamin Moukandjo during the clash with Croatia.

Trevor Keane is an Irish based sports writer and the author of Gaffers, 50 years of Irish Managers and Running through Walls, the Dave Langan Story.