England vs Cameroon

England vs Cameroon: England and Cameroon face off in the World Cup round of 16 on Sunday, as they fight for a place in the quarter-finals.Apart from anything else, it was the only quarter-final to produce more than one goal. Despite Cameroon’s heroics earlier in the tournament, David Platt put England ahead in the 25th minute.

England take on Cameroon in the Women’s World Cup 2019 on Sunday afternoon. Phil Neville’s side topped Group D after three wins out of three over Scotland, Argentina and finally Japan earlier this week.

Now it’s time for the knockout stages where the real business of the tournament begins. Cameroon have lost two of their matches so far in France but the win over New Zealand was enough for a place in the last-16.

England vs Cameroon play each other for the first time when they meet in the Round of 16 of the 2019 Women’s World Cup on Sunday. England (3-0) won Group D, while Cameroon (1-2) advanced from Group E as one of the four-best third-place teams following a scintillating, last-minute win over New Zealand on Thursday. Kickoff from Stade du Hainaut in Valenciennes, France, is set for 11:30 a.m. ET.

The winner takes on Norway in the quarterfinals. Sportsbooks list England as a -825 money line favorite (risk $825 to win $100) in the latest England vs. Cameroon odds, while Cameroon is going off as the underdog at +2,125 (risk $100 to return $2,125). The draw is +735, and the over-under is 2.5 goals. Before you make any England vs. Cameroon.

Coach Phil Neville’s Lionesses will be fresh for Cameroon as players like Jodie Taylor, Beth Mead and Fran Kirby all sat out the final group stage game, a 2-0 win over Japan, while Nikita Parris was used as a sub.

But just because the Lionesses are clicking and well-rested doesn’t mean they’re the right side of the England vs. Cameroon money line.

That’s because Cameroon has been making strides in the 2019 World Cup as well. After a 1-0 loss to Canada and 3-1 defeat to Netherlands, Cameroon qualified for the Round of 16 with a stunning 2-1 victory over New Zealand on Thursday as Ajara Nchout scored the game-winner during injury time. Nchout leads the team with two goals, while forward Gabrielle Onguene has one.