Preview World Championship Group G

Published on: 03 November 2022

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Will the Europeans be able to stop Brazil

As a result of the draw, the Pentacampeone went to Group G, where they will have to compete for access to the next round of the tournament. Quartet G cannot be called a group of death, but there are no simple rivals here either:

  • Brazil
  • Switzerland
  • Serbia
  • Cameroon

Undoubtedly, the Brazilians are the clear favorite to reach the playoffs from the first place. But the fight for second place will unfold between the other three members of the quartet.


There is no more titled team in the world today. The South Americans have become world champions five times, although the last time the Brazilians won in 2002. Since then, a whole generation of fans and football players has grown up who do not know the joy of major victories. In Qatar, Pentakampione intend to break a series of failures. With the exit from the group is unlikely to be a problem. The team is well-equipped, the head coach (Tite) has no reason to complain about the lack of star performers. It will be difficult for opponents to pass in the defense of Dani Alves or Thiago Silva, and it seems unlikely to keep Neymar, Junior or Richarlison at all. Brazil will advance from the group from the first place without complications.


The best result of the “paper team” at the world championships is the passage to the ¼ finals. This success happened a long time ago - in 1954. Since then, the Swiss have not particularly shined at world forums, although they have never been whipping boys. Swiss football has been on the rise in recent years. The team is a regular participant in the world and European championships, the Swiss have earned the reputation of a disciplined and uncompromising opponent. Today, the Swiss can boast of a fairly strong squad. The team is based on midfielders Granit Xhaka and Fabian Frei, defenders Ricardo Rodriguez and Fabian Scher, Borussia Dortmund striker Brel Embolo has proven himself well in attack, and his teammate Jan Sommer plays at the last frontier. Of course, the Swiss national team is the most likely contender to advance from the group.


The Serbs will be the main rival of the Swiss to advance from the group from the second place. The composition of the Serbian national team looks a bit preferable to Switzerland. There are more creative players here and louder names. The main stars of the team are Luka Tadic from Ajax, Luka Jovic from Fiorentina, Dusan Vlahovic from Juventus, Alexander Mitrovic from Fulham. However, there has never been a shortage of football talent in the Balkans. Already in the group stage matches, we will see a whole galaxy of young, eager to win football players. The main problem of the “white eagles” is psychological instability, the team does not hold a blow well, its game can crumble at the most crucial moment. The Serbs will fight for the exit from the group, but the Swiss have more chances.


The chances of the "indomitable lions" to advance from the group are not estimated too high, but the Cameroonians are full of hope. The tone of the game in the team is set by world-famous stars: Andre Onana (Inter), Choupo-Moting (Bayern), Carl Toko-Ekambi (Lyon). The basis of the national team are the players of the European championships, ready to fight at the highest level. The climate of Qatar plays in favor of Cameroon: it will be easier for them to acclimatize in the heat. The Cameroonians are able to compete for qualification from the group with the teams of Serbia and Switzerland.