Watch a live stream and read a full match preview of the 2014 FIFA World Cup Group A clash between Cameroon and Brazil.
Where: Estadio Nacional, Brasilia
When: 21:00 BST
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Host Brazil go into their final match of the group stage knowing that only a heavy defeat against whipping boys Cameroon would prevent their safe passage through to the knock-out stage.
Brazil will be keen to avoid the winner of Group B, either Spain or Chile, in the next round, however, making a win against Volker Finke’s struggling African side imperative.
The pressure of the crowd in capital city Brasilia would be enough to demand a performance and a victory from the Selecao, however, especially considering the drab nature of their 0-0 draw with Mexico in Fortaleza.
Manager Luiz Felipe Scolari will be hoping that Hulk is fit to return to the starting line-up, something that he may choose to reshuffle either way considering that the introduction of Ramires against Mexico didn’t really work.
Lone striker Fred has also been criticised in the press, but it seems unlikely that Scolari will drop him with former Manchester City man Jo being the only natural replacement in the squad.
With the Indomitable Lions having been knocked out of the tournament following their dismal 4-0 defeat at the hands of Croatia, German coach Vinke may choose to shuffle his pack, although the Cameroon squad is not flush full of options.
One enforced change will come in midfield, where former Arsenal man Alexandre Song is suspended following his absurd red card against the Croatians, which could open the door for Jean Makoun or Joel Matip.
The other question comes in attack, with talisman Samuel Eto’o still struggling with injury, Lorient forward Vincent Aboubakar may continue after his lively display against Niko Kovac’s side.