Cameroon vs Brazil
Cameroon won the last meeting involving these sides, running out 1-0 victors when Samuel Eto’o scored a late winner during the 2003 Confederations Cup.
That game was the first time Brazil had lost to Cameroon; their record stands at three wins and just one defeat.
Cameroon have only ever scored one goal against Brazil across those four previous fixtures.
Brazil won the only previous fixture between these sides in a FIFA World Cup; 3-0 in San Francisco during the Group Stages of the 1994 tournament.
Brazil’s third group game against Cameroon will be their 100th at World Cup; they are the second team to reach that tally in the competition (Germany leads with 101 games).
Cameroon have hit 30 shots in this World Cup but only three of them have been on target.
Cameroon have kept only one clean sheet in their last 18 World Cup games.
No team has lost seven World Cup games in a row since Mexico in the 1950s (nine games).
Brazil haven’t failed to top their World Cup group since the last tournament in South America (Argentina 1978).
Brazil have hit 14 shots without scoring (since Oscar’s goal v Croatia) at the World Cup.