Last updated: Dec 02, 2022 at 11:12 IST
Five times FIFA Globalism Cup winners Brazil are the only team from their group to secure a place in the round with two wins out of two. The other three teams in Group G – Switzerland, Cameroon and Serbia are all battling for the other spot with the hope of joining Brazil in the last 16, which starts tomorrow.
Brazil advanced thanks to wins over Serbia (2-0) and Switzerland (1-0) and will be aiming to finish the group stage on a high when they face Cameroon tonight.
If the teams are level on points after the final group match, several tie teams will decide who advances (depending on the order)
- goal diff
- goals scored
- face to face
- Fair Play Points – A yellow card minus one point, two yellow cards (the red card) results in minus three points while a straight red card is minus four points. A yellow card followed by a red card results in five points. The team that collected fewer discounts will advance.
Group G points table
With six points thanks to two straight victories, Brazil is in the lead. Switzerland is in second place with three points after winning once and losing once. Cameroon drew and lost one match each for one point and Serbia advanced in the standings with a better goal difference.
Switzerland will face bottom-placed Serbia in their final group match tonight. With three points, a win would take them to the next round and eliminate the other two. A tie and a win for Cameroon would leave them facing goal difference and other tiebreakers.
They will face Brazil in their final group game tonight and they must win to give themselves a chance. And they should pray that Switzerland does not beat Serbia.
If Cameroon and Serbia win their matches, the qualifiers will be decided on goal difference.
They have to beat Switzerland. Then you hope Brazil beat or at least draw Cameroon.
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