10. Cameroon and Brazil have not shared a draw from any of their previous four meetings. A Cameroon/Brazil price on the Double Chance comes in at 1.07.
9. Cameroon beat Brazil 1-0 the last time these sides met, at the 2003 Confederations Cup. The African nation are 22.00 to win again.
8. The previous three head-to-heads, however, have all seen Brazil win without conceding. They are 1.25 to score first and win in Brasilia.
7. Cameroon are already out of the World Cup, having lost their two opening Group A games without scoring. They have managed just 11 shots on target so far and are 1.68 to win with a 3-0 handicap.
6. Brazil’s 0-0 draw with Mexico last week was their first goalless tie in 41 outings, since a scoreless draw with Argentina in September 2011. A draw would see Brazil through to the knockout stage and is available at 10.00.
5. Neymar remains Brazil’s top scorer at this World Cup, with two goals. 87.5% of his shots have hit the target so far and he is 3.50 to score first in Brasilia.
4. Cameroon’s clash with Group A rivals Croatia witnessed 39 shots, compared to just 24 when Brazil met the Croats. This game is 2.95 to yield -2.5 goals.
3. Stephane Mbia has recorded more shots this World Cup than any other Cameroonian (4) yet has failed to hit the target with any of his efforts. Mbia is 18.00 to score.
2. All four of Oscar’s shots this tournament, including his goal against Croatia, have come from outside the area. The Brazilian midfielder is 7.00 to score from outside the box.
1. Brazil’s draw with Mexico ended a 10-game winning streak. They are 1.12 to beat Cameroon.