Canada and Cameroon will take the field on Monday in their 2019 Women’s World Cup gathering stage opener in Group E. Joined by the Netherlands and New Zealand, both Canada and Cameroon are planning getting back to the knockout stage just like four years ago. Canada is the favorite here, yet Cameroon demonstrated in 2015 that since they are inexperienced doesn’t mean they can’t can’t move on.
Canada are hoping to begin their Women’s World Cup campaign with a success when they face Cameroon at Stade de la Mosson on Monday night.
A quarter-final leave four years prior on home soil was maybe a disappointing outcome and as the fifth-ranked team in the world, they will be hoping for an even better showing this time around.
Kenneth Heiner-Moller’s side are only 1/6 (1.16) with bet365 to kick off with a success in Montpellier, which would be a seventh triumph in their last nine matches.
Cameroon awed at the 2015 iteration, achieving the last 16 preceding losing to China, however are 16/1 (17.0) to win this apparatus. The draw is estimated at 11/2 (6.50).
Christine Sinclair leads the line for Canada as she hopes to add to her shocking record of 181 goals in 282 games for her country..
For Cameroon, Gaelle Enganamouit scored three goals in the past World Cup and is positively the one to watch in France as she hopes to make her mark once more.
Canada could hardly have wished for a superior installation to begin with considering their opponents are ranked 46th in the latest world rankings.
The North American side came third in the Algarve Cup prior this year, with late triumphs over England and Nigeria additionally liable to extend nice sentiment around their camp.
Cameroon have likewise been great in recent matches, having completed third in the Africa Women Cup of Nations a year ago to qualify for the finals, but the quality of opponent faced is considerably lower than they’ll be up against here.
Tips and Predictions
Indeed, Alain Djeumfa’s outfit are the second-highest African team on the planet behind 38th-positioned Nigeria, however have played only two matches against non-mainland sides since the beginning of 2018.
One of those was a 6-0 defeat to France while the other saw them lose 4-0 to Spain – and a comparative outcome could be on the cards in Montpellier on Monday.
Canada can be backed at 4/5 (1.80) to score in both halves that could prove popular, but the 7/5 (2.40) shot on them to beat the -2 handicap mark looks an excellent way to get onside with Heiner-Moller’s side.
This bet requires a victory by three or more goals to be settled as a winner.