World Cup Group G Qatar 2022: Teams, Fixtures, Calendar and more

The World Cup Group G is made up of Brazil, Serbia, Switzerland and Cameroon. It will take place from November 24rd to December 2nd, 2022. The top two teams will advance to the round of 16. The 2022 World Cup in Qatar has the particularity that it will not be played in summer, but in winter. Here's a recap of the different World Cup 2022 groups

World Cup Group G Predictions

World Cup Group G soccer predictions are what you will find in this section. Remember to check the odds before placing your bet!

Serbia vs Switzerland – Under 2.5 goals @ 3/4 (1.75)

In this Group G game, Serbia takes on Switzerland in a vicious fight for three points and a place in the round of 16. It’s going to be quite the game as Switzerland would be happy for this game to end in a draw. Serbia are the ones who have to attack and we’re not convinced that they have what it takes to earn a place in the round of 16.

The last Switzerland game was against Brazil and it was a complete snoozefest. Yes, Brazil won again and there were a few good opportunities in front of the Swiss goal but the result was a narrow 1:0 which was the maximum that we could’ve seen. Switzerland didn’t have a single shot on target while Brazil had only three. How is Serbia supposed to perform better and penetrate this unstoppable Swiss defense? They’ll probably need Dusan Vlahovic to be at his lethal best if Serbia are to get a result but he’s been injured and is usually on the bench for Serbia. We’re not sure that he’ll even be subbed in the second half of the game. Serbia vs Switzerland shouldn’t have more than a goal or two.

Cameroon vs Brazil – Over 2.5 goals @ 7/10 (1.70)

These are two of the most attractive teams you’ll find in this edition of the World Cup. In Qatar, Cameroon and Brazil are out for blood. They rely on an extremely attacking style of football and you can see that in their games. Cameroon managed to bag three goals against one of the better World Cup teams, Serbia. To be honest, the African team deserved more. They had 13 shots against the Serbian goal, eight of which were on target. It was the Vanja Milinkovic-Savic show as the 25-year-old goalkeeper managed to pull off a remarkable piece of goalkeeping.

Brazil, on the other hand, haven’t conceded a goal but they haven’t played against a desperate team yet. And Cameroon are certainly desperate. They need the three points in this game and they must defeat Brazil with an impressive result if they are to stand a chance of advancing to the next stage.

We’re not sure if that’ll happen but this game is certainly destined to have plenty of goals. Neymar is injured but there are enough remarkable players at coach Tite’s disposal. With the likes of Gabriel Jesus, Gabriel Martinelli, Richarlison, and Raphinha, there’s no way that Brazil isn’t going to score. We expect a 1:2 or 1:3 victory for the five-time World Champions.

Team Matches Played Points

1. Brazil



2. Switzerland



3. Cameroon



4. Serbia



Odds in the bookmakers about World Cup Group G

Teams Best Odds

Group G Winner Odds by Paddy Power


1.01 (1/100)


74/1 (75.00)





Round of 16 Winner Odds by Coral




1/2 (1.50)


3/2 (2.50)


29/1 (30.00)

This year, the bookmakers are full thanks to the World Cup. This is how the quotas for these places look this time around.

Among the major bookmakers, we have promising odds on the group's qualifiers to the Round of 16. These are:

Brazil (1.11), Switzerland (2.00), Serbia (2.25) and Cameroon (3.40).

As a team winner, Brazil is a great rival for the rest of the teammates. Thus, it has the first place in the list, with odds of 1.4. In second place is Switzerland with 5.5. Followed by Serbia with 6.5. Finally, and with fewer odds to win, we have Cameroon with 12.00.

It is obvious the difference in levels and winning chances within the group, but that is what will make it more interesting to watch. Anything could happen on those days of the year in Qatar.

It should be noted that fees vary depending on the day, and circumstances. There are also some combination bets that would be good to look at. In games of chance, anything can happen at any time.

Who has won previously?

In order to talk about the teams of the World Cup Group G, we need to revisit some of its histories. At the top of the list is Brazil, winner of 5 World Cups and two runner-up finishes. This fact alone makes World Cup Group G the most promising of all this 2022.

Although the rest of the teams have not won the world championship to date, there is a talent for this year. We are talking about teams that are achieving great feats. But without a doubt, they have it tough with this great rival stealing the limelight.

Brazil, the king of the world

One of the peculiarities of this group is that they have one of the greatest powers in the world. Brazil has not only participated 20 times in the World Cup but has also won it five times. They have also finished runners-up twice. An international hero and powerhouse, Brazil also has 70 titles to his name.

Titles, both international, senior national team and youth titles. This makes it a world record holder. This World Cup Group G member is undoubtedly the biggest rival in this championship. It is the team with the most victories and the most advantages of all kinds.

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RJ – Rio de Janeiro – 03/24/2022 – 2022 WORLD CUP ELIMINATORIES, BRAZIL X CHILE – Vini Jr. A player from Brazil celebrates his goal with players from his team during a match against Chile at the Maracana stadium for the 2022 World Cup Qualifiers. Photo: Thiago Ribeiro/AGIF/Sipa USA – Photo by Icon sport

Players who made a difference

This World Cup Group G member has some really big and important players in it, important figures in the history of Brazilian football, who are undoubtedly icons for today and role models for the rest of the world.

These players would be: Ademir, Bebeto, Cafú, Careca, Carlos Alberto, Cláudio Taffarel, Didi, Djalma, Falcão, Garrincha, Jairzinho, Júnior. As well as Kaká, Pelé, Rivaldo, Rivelino. Roberto Carlos, Romário, Ronaldinho, Ronaldo, Sócrates, Tostão and Zico.

Pelé, in addition to being considered the greatest footballer of all time and of the 20th century by FIFA, is the top scorer of the “golden scratch” with 77 goals. While Cafú is the player with the most appearances with 142. In terms of the number of World Cup titles, Pelé has three World Cups (1958, 1962 and 1970), making him the only player to have won three World Cups with his national team.

The current World Cup Group G stars for this team are Neymar, Vinícius Junior, Casemiro, Éder Militão, and Emerson, among others. Such players are the terror of the world, as they are expected to deliver impeccable performances.

Its distinctive uniform

Brazil carries its culture and identity on its shoulders, with the colours of its flag being its current uniform. This is how we see their yellow and green jersey, accompanied by their blue shorts.

The typography of the players' names and numbers printed on the new Brazilian national team kits is clearly inspired by pixação, a form of graffiti originating in São Paulo.

The national team's kit is made with Nike Dri-FIT technology, an innovative technology that improves players' performance by helping them stay drier, cooler and lighter. It does this by wicking perspiration away from the body to the outside of the fabric for quick drying.


As Yugoslavian players from 1992-2000, before their independence, included footballers of great quality. These were Dragan Stojković, Siniša Mihajlović, Predrag Mijatović, Dejan Savićević or Savo Milošević, among others. After Yugoslavia, the national team changed its name to Serbia and Montenegro in 2003, whose newly named nation competed in the 2006 FIFA World Cup.

World cup Group G

This World Cup Group G team became the independent national team of Serbia in 2006, after separating from Montenegro. Despite this, the Serbian national team is recognised, thanks to a mutual agreement between FIFA and UEFA, as the direct and sole descendant of the Yugoslav national team.

How hard it has been to earn a place

After Montenegro declared its independence, Serbia made its debut as an independent team with a 3-1 victory over the Czech Republic. It has not been easy to have a recognised position because of his young age. But even so, Serbia has stood up and fought to make her team's name stand tall.

And that is how they have gradually earned the respect of the rest of the world. They also have a good record and a very good squad. This now World Cup Group G member was one of the 32 teams that participated in the 2018 World Cup. It was their twelfth World Cup appearance.

Switzerland, not conceding a single goal

this World Cup Group G member reached the quarter-finals of the World Cup in 1934, 1938 and 1954. Some of its greatest international achievements include reaching the final of the 1924 Olympic Games.

In addition, in 2006, Switzerland broke the World Cup clean sheet record. They became the only team to finish a World Cup without conceding a goal. They drew 0-0 with France, beat Togo and South Korea 2-0 and drew 0-0 with Ukraine, eventually losing 3-0 on penalties. That streak lasted until 2010 when after their first appearance they conceded a goal in their second match against Chile.

All-star squad

The squad of this World Cup Group G member is second to none. They have young and very skilful players with a bright future ahead of them. Some of them are Denis Zakaria, Remo Freuler, Djibril Sow, and Breel Embolo.

For good goalkeepers, it features the likes of Gregor Kobel, and Yann Sommer (who has the best track record of all). As well as Jonas Omlin and Yvon Mvogo.

Cameroon, the weakest of the World Cup Group G

This World Cup Group G member is one of the most important teams in Africa. It has won the Africa Cup of Nations five times, in 1984, 1988, 2000, 2002 and 2017. They also won the gold medal with the U-23 team at the 2000 Olympic Games. It has qualified eight times for the World Cup and is the African team that has most times attended the World Cup.

World cup Group G
Eric Maxim Choupo Moting during the 2023 Africa Cup of Nations qualifying football match between Burundi and Cameroon held at Benjamin Mkapa National Stadium,Dar es Salaam,Tanzania on 9 June 2022 ©Elia Benndict/Sports Inc – Photo by Icon sport

The captain is Eric Choupo-Moting and their top scorer has been Samuel Eto'o. He is a former footballer and current president of the Cameroon Football Federation replacing Seidou Mbombo Njoya.

Ahead of the 2022 World Cup

It is one of the best teams in Africa, and its achievements bear this out. Also, many of its players play for the best teams in Europe.

Despite being the least likely in World Cup Group G, it has an advantage over many of the other groups. If they can qualify, they will be able to take on many good teams.

World Cup Group G schedule

For the next World Cup 2022, a number of important matches will be held with the World Cup Group G:

Round 1 of 3 (24 November):

  • Switzerland vs. Cameroon
  • Brazil vs. Serbia

Round 2 of 3 (28 November):

  • Cameroon vs. Serbia
  • Brazil vs. Switzerland

Round 3 of 3 (2 December):

  • Serbia vs. Switzerland
  • Cameroon vs. Brazil

It is believed that the first place in this World Cup Group G will be taken by Brazil. It would not be a surprise at all, given their dazzling winning record. In the second place, it will probably be Switzerland, as they come very well prepared.

The real competition would be more between Serbia and Cameroon, who, while very talented, are on par in each level. Serbia, though, might have the edge.

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