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Switzerland vs Cameroon Prediction, Time, & Live Streaming

Switzerland vs Cameroon Prediction
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Switzerland and Cameroon will face a battle in the opening match of Group G of the World Cup 2022 on November 24.

Serbia, Switzerland, and Cameroon are the group’s favorites because Brazil is expected to win the group and move on to the elimination rounds. Because of UEFA qualification, the Swiss were eligible.

They have, though, generally had difficulty in world cups. Cameroon has never moved past the group phase since shocking Argentina in the 1992 World Cup opener. In actuality, in both 2006 and 2018, they were ineligible.

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Switzerland Team Overview

Vladimir Petković’s absence from Switzerland’s bench would take some time. Murat Yakin will lead the Swiss squad for the first time in a world cup.

Since taking charge in August 2021, Yakin has overseen a fantastic world cup qualifying journey, going unbeaten with 18 points out of a possible 24 to triumph in the group ahead of Italy. Meanwhile, Ghana won a friendly game against Switzerland days ago.

Cameroon Team Overview

The Unstoppable Tigers, as opposed to Switzerland, have recently struggled with form. They had just one win in their past five matches, a victory over 141st-ranked Burundi. The team qualified via away goals following a two-leg play-off with Algeria, resulting in a 2-2 total draw.

Switzerland vs. Cameroon Match

Date 24-11-22
Time 3:00 PM
Venue Al Janoub Stadium

Players to Watch

Andre-Frank Zambo Anguissa, a central defender for Cameroon, may still be challenged despite not being at full power in the tournament. Denis Zakaria, a central defender, and Breel Embolo, a forward, are two crucial Swiss players.

Switzerland vs. Cameroon Prediction

The Swiss will lead the contest with a dominant 2-0 victory, making Cameroon struggle.

Head-to-Head

Switzerland and Cameroon will come together for the first time at this tournament. Cameroon has netted at least one goal in five of its last six away games. But the Swiss have gone three games in all matches without recording a clean sheet.

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