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Cameroon vs Serbia Bet Builder Tips: 4.33 Stalemate in Monday's Early Kick-Off

Cameroon vs Serbia Bet Builder Tips: 4.33 Stalemate in Monday's Early Kick-Off
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Cameroon vs Serbia Bet Builder Tips: Monday, November 28th

As the second week of the World Cup gets underway, we also have Cameroon vs Serbia bet builder tips on offer. Tips that focus on whether Aliou Cisse’s men can pick up a much-needed victory on Monday.

The situation is the same for Dragan Stojković’s men after their game with Brazil. With both teams suffering defeat in their first outing, neither can afford to suffer a second tournament reverse on Monday.

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World Cup Group G, Monday, November 28th, 10:00 (UK)

It’s last chance saloon for Cameroon and Serbia as both find themselves in a rather precarious situation. Should either succumb to defeat on Monday, they will likely be heading for the first flight home.

Something that although is largely expected of Cameroon, the same cannot be said for Serbia. There were high hopes for the side that beat Portugal to top spot in their qualification group. But after watching their clash with Brazil on Thursday, there was little to suggest that Round of 16 football will soon come Serbia’s way.

In a game where Aleksandar Mitrovic was meant to show his attacking prowess, the Fulham forward failed to do anything of the sort. Then again, the same criticism could be offered to each of his teammates.

Although they were defensively robust in the first 45 minutes, they offered nothing going forward during the 90. By the time Brazil and Richarlison in particular went up through the gears, a win for the tournament favourites was well deserved.

While Cameroon will perhaps feel aggrieved at their failure to earn any points against Switzerland. In a game of few chances, Aliou Cisse’s men had the smaller share. Had they possessed any real bite in attack, a draw would certainly have not been out of the question.

Now though, both nations will need to find some extra impetus and perhaps more importantly, hope that Brazil do them a favour in the day’s other Group G fixture. A win here and defeat for Switzerland a few hours later means the race for 2nd would be blown wide open.

Cameroon vs Serbia Stats & Facts

  • These two nations have not faced each other since a June 2010 friendly. An encounter that saw Serbia run out 4-3 winners.
  • Since becoming an independent country, Serbia have lost both their World Cup encounters against African nations. Defeat in 2006 to the Ivory Coast was then followed up by a loss to Ghana four years later.
  • Serbia were one of four sides not to have a shot on target in the first round of this year’s World Cup fixtures.
  • Eric Choupo-Moting was the only Cameroon player to have more than one effort on goal against Switzerland.

Cameroon vs Serbia Bet Builder

After seeing both Cameroon and Serbia play on Thursday, neither outfit would have set pulses racing and to be honest, it was a pair of performances that will do little to make the bookmakers sweat.

However, all is certainly not lost when it comes to World Cup betting and after this pair of indifferent performances, it has given me a solid starting point for my latest bet builder offering.

One that sees the two teams end up in a state of stalemate – a result that although will keep both Switzerland and Cameroon active in this year’s tournament, will do little to help their qualification plight.

In addition to this, I’m looking at the goals line. Neither team looked like scoring a few days ago and we’re seeing so few goals in these early kick-offs. This means not only am I opting for a dull draw. A 0-0 or a 1-1 looks the likeliest outcome here.

  • Match Result: Draw
  • Under 3 Total Goals

Bet Builder odds: 4.33

Odds via bet365 as at 13:20 November 25th 2022. Odds may now differ.

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