2022 FIFA Globalism Group G includes Brazil, Cameroon, Serbia and Switzerland, and the group stage will take place from November 20 to December 2.
Analysis and forecast for Brazil:
Brazil entered its 22nd appearance at the tournament as heavy favorites to win world football’s biggest prize for a record-extending sixth time with the emergence of a new crop of talented players alongside big names.
With an abundance of attacking talent and experience in midfield and defence, this South American country seems to have the perfect balance it takes to achieve immortality. Add two of the best goalkeepers in the world to the mix and their prospects look even brighter.
Their superstar Neymar is about to make history as he has the potential to surpass Pele’s legendary record for Silacao. The Paris Saint-Germain striker will be hoping for a successful campaign to realize the true potential of his career.
Canarihno’s side topped the South American World Cup qualifiers, winning on 14 of 17 occasions.
Tite and co. He is expected to cruise through the group stages and looks good going forward as the bookies have predicted.
goalkeepersAlisson (Liverpool), Ederson (Man City), Everton (Palmeiras).
The DefendersBremer (Juventus), Eder Militao (Real Madrid), Marquinhos (Paris Saint-Germain), Thiago Silva (Chelsea midfield), Danilo (Juventus), Daniel Alves (Pumas), Alex Sandro (Juventus), Alex Telles (Sevilla).
midfieldersBruno Guimarães (Newcastle), Casemiro (Manchester United), Everton Ribeiro (Flamingo), Fabinho (Liverpool), Fred (Manchester United), Lucas Paqueta (West Ham).
attackers: Anthony (Man. United), Gabriel Jesus (Arsenal), Gabriel Martinelli (Arsenal), Neymar Jr. (Paris Saint-Germain), Pedro (Flamingo), Rafinha (Barcelona), Richarlison (Tottenham), Rodrygo (Real Madrid), Vinicius Junior (Real Madrid)
Fitness Trainer: tete
Cameroon Analysis and Forecast:
Cameroon’s best-ever World Cup finish dates back to Italy 90. Led by sensational Roger Milla, whose corner-flag dance is still fresh in the memory of every football fan the world over, the African country reached the quarter-finals of the World Cup. The competition.
Qatar 2022 is set to mark the eighth appearance for the Indomitable Lions, who have stumbled onto the world stage in recent times, finishing bottom of their groups in the 2014 and 2018 editions of the World Cup.
With Brazil in the mix, qualifying at the top of their group does not seem a realistic prospect for Rigobert Song and his men, who will also face a stern test in their ambition to progress beyond the group stage from the likes of Serbia and Switzerland.
goalkeepersAndre Onana (Inter Milan), Davies Ibasi (Abha), Simon Ngabanduitinbo (Marseille)
The Defenders: Nicolas Nkoulou (Aris), Collins Fay (Al Tai), Nuhu Tolo (Seattle Sounders), Jean-Charles Castelletto (Nantes), Olivier Mbaizou (Philadelphia Union), Enzo Ibos (Udinese), Christopher Waugh (Rennes)
midfielders: Andre Franck Zambo Anguisa (Napoli), Pierre Conde (Olympiacos), Samuel Guet (Mechelen), Martin Hungla (Hellas Verona), Gael Ondoua (Hannover 96), Olivier Ncham (Swansea City), Jerome Ngom (APEJES de Mfou)
attackersVincent Aboubakar (Al-Nassr), Eric Maxim Choupo-Moting (Bayern Munich), Karl Toko Ekambi (Lyon), Christian Basogog (Shanghai Shenhua), Momi Ngamaleu (Dynamo Moscow), Jean-Pierre Nsam (Young Boys), Brian. Mbiumu (Brentford), George Kevin Nkodu (Besiktas), Swebo Maru (Coton Sport)
Fitness Trainer: Rigobert Song
Serbia Analysis and Forecast:
Serbia flies to Qatar hoping to improve on their previous level in football’s most exciting phase as an independent nation.
They reached the 2010 and 2018 World Cups but failed to qualify beyond the group stage.
But this time they have stars plying their trade at Europe’s biggest clubs such as Dusan Vlahović, Duzan Tadic, Filip Kostic and Aleksandar Mitrovic, who will launch a bid to break down new barriers representing their nation.
Their problem though lies in defense as they fail to keep a clean sheet in all but one of their qualifying matches.
goalkeepersMarko Dmitrovic (Sevilla), Pedrag Rajkovic (RCD Mallorca), Vanja Milinkovic-Savic (Torino).
The DefendersStefan Mitrovic (Getafe), Nikola Milinkovic (Fiorentina), Strahenja Pavlovic (Salzburg), Milos Velikovich (Werder Bremen), Filip Mladenovic (Legia Warsaw), Strahenja Erakovic (Red Star Belgrade), Srdan Babic (Almeria).
midfielders: Nemanja Gudelje (Sevilla), Sergej Milinkovic-Savic (Lazio), Sasa Lukic (Torino), Marko Grogic (Porto), Filip Kostic (Juventus), Uros Rasic (Braga), Nemanja Maksimovic (Getafe), Ivan Ilic (Verona), Andrija Zivkovic (PAOK), Darko Lazovic (Verona)
attackersDusan Tadic (midfield) (Ajax), Aleksandar Mitrovic (Fulham), Dusan Vlahovic (Juventus), Philip Doric (Sampdoria), Luka Jovic (Fiorentina), Nemanja Radonic (Marseille).
Fitness Trainer: Dragan Stojkovic
Analysis and Forecasting in Switzerland:
Switzerland, who have bypassed the group stages three times in their four previous appearances at the world’s biggest show, advanced for the fifth time in a row on the world stage, as they made a splash in beating UEFO European champions Italy to book their place in the tournament. Doha.
The team, under the tutelage of Murat Yakin, has a fairly well-rounded squad with an abundance of experience in names like Xherdan Shaqiri and Granit Xhaka in their ranks.
Although the presence of young Manchester City defender Manuel Akanji will help the Swiss national team, his attacking power leaves much to be desired.
The Rossocrossi will fancy their chances of finishing the group behind Brazil in second place to earn the right to advance to the later rounds of the tournament in the Middle East.
goalkeepersJan Sommer (Borussia Mönchengladbach), Gregor Koppel (Borussia Dortmund), Jonas Omlin (Montpellier), Philip Kun (Red Bull Salzburg)
The DefendersManuel Akanji (Manchester City), Iray Commert (Valencia), Nico Elvedi (Borussia Mönchengladbach), Ricardo Rodriguez (Torino), Fabian Schar (Newcastle United), Sylvain Widmer (Mainz 05).
midfielders: Michel Aebescher (Bologna), Edimilson Fernandez (Mainz 05), Fabian Frey (Basel), Remo Freuler (Nottingham Forest), Ardon Jachari (Luzern), Fabian Rieder (Young Boys), Xherdan Shaqiri (Chicago Fire), Djibril Sow ( Eintracht Frankfurt), Renato Steffen (Lugano), Granit Zaka (Arsenal), Denis Zakaria (Chelsea)
attackers: Brill Empolo (Monaco), Christian Fasnacht (Young Boys), Noah Okafor (Red Bull Salzburg), Haris Seferovic (Galatasaray), Ruben Vargas (FC Augsburg)
Fitness Trainer: Murat Yakin
Group G matches
Switzerland-Cameroon: November 24, 15:30 IST, Stade Al Janoub
Brazil vs Serbia match: November 25 at 00:30 GMT, the iconic Lusail Stadium
Cameroon-Serbia: November 28, 15:30 IST, Stade Al Janoub
Brazil vs. Switzerland: November 28, 21:30 IST, Stadium 974
Serbia vs. Switzerland, December 3, 00:30 IST, Stad 974
Cameroon vs Brazil: December 3, 00:30 GMT, the iconic Lusail Stadium
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