Brazil may have missed out on the chance to qualify in the second game with their 0-0 against Mexico in a game that was a lot more lively than the scoreline suggests, but they will be heavy favourites to overwhelm Cameroon and go through in style.
Cameroon have not impressed at the tournament so far, and Brazil, while they have not been scintillating, should have too much for the unfancied Africans and should progress comfortably. A draw would also see them through, with only a Cameroon win and a draw between Mexico and Croatia the scenario which would see the hosts fail to qualify. That would be one of the most stunning moments in the history of the World Cup, and an event of such incredible proportions in Brazil that it almost doesn't bear thinking about. And it almost certainly won't happen.
That in mind, Brazil will probably stick with their Plan A for now and not risk making too many changes. Cameroon are already elimated from the tournament, however. It will probably be a farewell to the greatest stage of all for Samuel Eto'o, and the West Africans will be under no pressure so could have a real go at their opponents. If Brazil look in any trouble at all, it'll be very tense, and should be decent viewing.
Match Date/Time: 23rd June, 4 p.m. ET
Venue; Estadio Nacional de Brasilia, Brasilia
TV: ESPN2 (U.S. English), ESPN Deportes (U.S. Spanish), ITV1, STV, UTV (U.K.), CBC (Canada), ESPN (Brazil), Supersport 3 (Cameroon)
U.S. Announcers: Adrian Healey, Efan Ekoku
Online: ESPN3 (U.S.), ITV Player (U.K.), CBC Live Streaming (Canada)