November 25, 2022 5:49 PM
Alex Sarwar

Cameroon vs Serbia – Group Stage – Preview & Prediction | 2022 FIFA World Cup

Click here for our 2022 FIFA World Cup homepage, including fixtures, TV details and tournament stats!


When is Cameroon vs Serbia on and what time does it start? Cameroon vs Serbia will take place on Monday 28th November, 2022 – 10:00 (UK)

Where is Cameroon vs Serbia taking place? Cameroon vs Serbia will take place at Al Janoub Stadium in Al Wakrah, Qatar

Where can I get tickets for Cameroon vs Serbia? Visit this link for the latest ticket information for Cameroon vs Serbia

What channel is Cameroon vs Serbia on in the UK? Cameroon vs Serbia will be televised live on ITV

Where can I stream Cameroon vs Serbia in the UK? Cameroon vs Serbia can be streamed live on the ITV Hub



  • Cameroon went head-to-head with Switzerland in their opening 2022 FIFA World Cup group fixture, but ultimately went down by a single goal, with their lack of cutting edge going forward proving costly.
  • Rigobert Song left veteran striker Vincent Aboubakar on the bench against Switzerland and it would be no surprise if he featured from the start this time round, when considering that nobody within the Cameroon squad boasts more experience or goals playing for his country than the 30-year-old.


  • Serbia held out for 62 minutes against Brazil last time out, but were outclassed across the contest, losing 2-0 and leaving them with a lot to do in their final two group games if they wish to reach the knockout stage.
  • Dragan Stojkovic opted to field one striker in that match, but in this must-win encounter, he will be under pressure to name a second forward with Dusan Vlahovic and Luka Jovic both huge contenders to come into the side.



PREDICTED XI (4-3-3): Onana; Fai, Castelletto, Nkoulou, Tolo Nouhou; Zambo Anguissa, Gouet, Ntcham; Mbeumo, Aboubakar, Choupo-Moting




PREDICTED XI (3-4-1-2): V. Milenkovic-Savic; Milenkovic, Veljkovic, Pavlovic; Zivkovic, Lukic, S. Milenkovic-Savic, Mladenovic; Tadic; Vlahovic, Mitrovic




  • Cameroon have lost each of their last eight World Cup matches. The record sequence of World Cup defeats is a run of nine losses in a row for Mexico (1930-1958)
  • Cameroon have won only one of their previous 15 World Cup matches against European opposition (D5 L9). The sole victory coming against Romania in 1990 (W 2-1)
  • Cameroon have not scored more than one goal in any of their last 15 World Cup matches
  • Cameroon have kept only one clean sheet in their last 20 World Cup matches
  • Cameroon head coach Rigobert Song has now represented his country at five FIFA World Cups – four as a player (1994, 1998, 2002, 2010) and now one as a head coach in Qatar
  • Defeat for Serbia would see them lose two successive competitive matches (excluding friendly) for the first time since Russia 2018
  • Serbia have won only two of their last 11 World Cup matches (L9)
  • None of Serbia’s last 12 World Cup matches have finished level. The last occasion was a 2-2 draw against Germany in 1998 (*note as Yugoslavia)
  • Serbia’s last World Cup match against African opposition was their 1-0 defeat against Ghana in the 2010 group stage


Despite neither of these two teams finding the net in their first respective group games, an entertaining encounter is expected in Al Wakrah as both sides deploy largely attacking styles of play in a bid to gain a crucial three points. When assessing both squads, Serbia look to have that extra strength-in-depth up top through the likes of Mitrovic, Vlahovic and Jovic which could prove particularly crucial the longer this game goes on. With players such as Tadic pulling the strings, Serbia will be expected to occupy more possession and create more chances than they did against Brazil. Therefore, consider backing them to win via the draw no bet market for extra security.


TSZ Latest