Is Brazil v Cameroon on TV? Channel, start time and how to watch World Cup 2022 game online tonight

Brazil meet Cameroon to continue their impressive start at the World Cup in Qatar and claim a third win in as many games.

Tite may change squads but momentum is key for the knockout stages of the tournament, as France could find after defeat by Tunisa despite remaining group winners.

“Brazil has 26 great athletes and a great team. who will play There’s Fabinho from Liverpool, Ederson from Manchester City, Gabriel Martinelli and Gabriel Jesus from Arsenal… There’s a lot of competition,” Tite said.

“I’m trying to give them the best conditions to compete at the highest level, but I’m not going to go into depth to give you an answer. “I have to give the players a chance, prepare everyone. Our goal is to make players feel valued. It’s an opportunity for them to show all their quality.”

Here’s everything you need to know about the game:

When does Cameroon play Brazil?

The game between Cameroon and Brazil will be played on Friday 2nd December at 19:00 GMT at Lusail Stadium in Qatar.

What TV channel is it on and how can I watch it online?

The game will be televised live in the UK on ITV1 with coverage starting at 18:15 GMT.

You can find a live stream on ITVX or the ITV website, alternatively check out Independent Sports Find up-to-the-minute live updates here.

Team News

Andre Onana has been suspended from his country after falling out with coach Rigobert Song, with Devis Epassy taking his place. Song has doubts about Olivier Ntcham’s injury while Vincent Aboubakar is pushing for a start after shining off the bench against Serbia.

The Selecao are without Neymar, Danilo and Alex Sandro due to injuries. Eder Militao and Alex Telles are the likely replacements for the full-back, while Rodrygo could be selected in a more attacking line-up after Fred replaced Neymar in the game against Switzerland. Antony, Gabriel Jesus and Gabriel Martinelli are other options to join Raphinha and Vini Jr., while Lucas Paqueta is lined up for a fresh start. While the overtime rotation could mainly hit the attack, the aforementioned trio is an option with Bruno Guimaraes in midfield alongside Paqueta and Casemiro.

Expected Lineups

Cameroon XI: Epassy; Fai, Castelletto, Nkoulou, Tolo; Hongla, Anguissa, Client; Aboubakar, ChoupoMoting, Toko Ekambi

Brazil XI: Alison; Militao, Marquinhos, Silva, Telles; Casemiro, Paqueta; Raphinha, Paqueta, Rodrygo; Vinicius Jr


Cameroon: 8/1

Draw: 4/1

Brazil: 1/3


Brazil could rotate here but their strength at depth is enormous and Cameroon’s need for a result could sideline them and give the Selecao room to show and thrive. The rotation of the back line due to injuries is a bit of a concern, but Alisson’s core and centre-backs Marquinhos and Thiago Silva arranged up front by Casemiro should allow for another goal. Cameroon 0-3 Brazil.

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