Angola vs Cameroon prediction, odds & betting tips – 11/06/2024

Angola vs Cameroon prediction, odds & betting tips – 11/06/2024
Angola and Cameroon to meet in an important match in WC qualifiers- Photo by Icon Sport

Angola and Cameroon will meet on Tuesday, 11 June, in the upcoming round of African WC qualifiers.

With both teams doing well in the qualifiers so far, who will prevail in this match? Read our Angola vs Cameroon prediction and preview to find that out.

Angola vs Cameroon prediction: A low-scoring and close match

Key Stats

  • We saw at most one goal per game in the last six duels between Angola and Cameroon.
  • Three of the previous six meetings between these teams have ended 0-0.
  • Both Angola and Cameroon are undefeated in these qualifiers.
  • Angola have gone under 2.5 total goals in their last four games in all competitions.

Pre-game odds and win probability: Bookies without a clear favourite 

  • HOME: 9/5 (2.80) – 35.70%
  • DRAW: 17/10 (2.70) – 37.00%
  • AWAY: 8/5 (2.60) – 38.50%

*odds from Ladbrokes, subject to change

We can see from these Angola vs Cameroon odds that the bookies expect a close match as well, which is understandable since both of these teams have yet to lose a game in the WC Qualifiers.

On top of that, Cameroon are the better team on paper, but Angola are playing well and have the advantage of playing at home. Furthermore, most of the H2H meetings between these teams have been very close.

So, we can expect another nail-biter, but if you liked our prediction for it, take a look at our latest betting tips for today too.

Last five H2Hs: Many draws in recent games

Two of the last five meetings between Angola and Cameroon have ended in draws, along with a couple of Angola wins and one win for Cameroon. When it comes to the overall H2H record in official matches, Cameroon have the advantage: 6-7-2.

Angola preview: Hoping to stay undefeated

With one win and two draws in the WC qualifiers so far, Angola have done very well and are currently third in the group standings, two points behind Cameroon and Libya. Whether Angola can keep this up remains to be seen, but beating Cameroon in this next match would be a huge boost for their chances of getting to the next stage.

Predicted lineup: Neblu (GK), Mata, Gasper, Carmo, Cruz, Fredy, Show, Nteka, Milson, Mabululu & Dala

Africa - World Cup Qualifying 11/06/24

D

Cameroon

Cameroon

1

Angola

Angola

1

Africa - World Cup Qualifying 07/06/24

W

Eswatini

Eswatini

0

Angola

Angola

1

International Match 25/03/24

D

Comoros

Comoros

0

Angola

Angola

0

International Match 22/03/24

L

Morocco

Morocco

1

Angola

Angola

0

Africa Cup of Nations 02/02/24

L

Nigeria

Nigeria

1

Angola

Angola

0

Cameroon preview: Trying to stay at the top

After beating Cape Verde 4-1 a few days ago, Cameroon are now at the top of the group in WC Qualifiers with better goal difference than Libya, who also have seven points after the first three rounds. Cameroon's next match with Angola, who are the third undefeated team in the group, can be crucial for the final standings.

Predicted lineup: Onana, Tchatchoua, Ngadeu, Wooh, Tolo, Hongla, Baleba, Anguissa, Mbeumo, Aboubakar & Ngamaleu

Africa - World Cup Qualifying 11/06/24

D

Angola

Angola

1

Cameroon

Cameroon

1

Africa - World Cup Qualifying 08/06/24

W

Cape Verde Islands

Cape Verde Islands

1

Cameroon

Cameroon

4

Africa Cup of Nations 27/01/24

L

Nigeria

Nigeria

2

Cameroon

Cameroon

0

Africa Cup of Nations 23/01/24

W

Gambia

Gambia

2

Cameroon

Cameroon

3

Africa Cup of Nations 19/01/24

L

Senegal

Senegal

3

Cameroon

Cameroon

1

Player to watch: Vincent Aboubakar

The 32-year-old forward is Cameroon's captain and one of their best scorers with 43 goals in 103 appearances. With that in mind, he's also our player to watch against Angola.

Vincent Aboubakar
Aboubakar to lead Cameroon to another win? – Photo by Icon Sport

Can Aboubakar score for Cameroon once more?

After scoring a brace against Cape Verde in the previous round of WC qualifiers, Aboubakar will be looking to improve his goalscoring tally against Angola as well.


Vladimir’s dreams of becoming a professional basketball player ended a long time ago, but his other dream of becoming a writer came true as he combined his love of writing and sports to become a professional content writer who covers multiple sports, including football, basketball, and tennis.