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THE MATCH PREDICTION Cameroon - New Zealand 20.06 18:00

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World Cup Women is knocking at the door as Cameroon welcomes New Zealand at Stade de la Mosson on June 20.

Cameroon

Cameroon is aiming with a great desire to get a home win in this duel and break the 4-game winless run. The home side will play with a great focus and confidence to win. The last win of Cameroon took place on April 4 when they beat Croatia with a score of 2-1.

The home team is granted with their venue arena and their chances to win here are solid.

New Zealand

New Zealand is hungry to get important victory over the hosts and turn things around. The guests are visiting Stade de la Mosson in a broken spirit as they are on a 3-game winless run and it itches their moods. In the past matches, they lost to Canada (0-2) and Netherlands (0-1). They should bring their fighting spirit and fight hard to earn a draw.

Match Prediction

Most factors are favoring the guests. New Zealand will be extremely turned on and focused to get a victory. We predict New Zealand or Draw (odds 1.36).

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«Cameroon»

DRAWS: 1 WINS: 2 LOSSES: 2

4 : 2
2 : 1
0 : 0
1 : 1
4 : 0

«New Zealand»

WINS: 2 LOSSES: 3

0 : 1
1 : 0
1 : 0
5 : 0
0 : 2

Last meetings:

31.07.2012

New Zealand 3 : 1 Cameroon

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On this page you will find the prediction for the FOOTBALL match of Cameroon vs New Zealand of the World Cup, Women, International. In this personally prepared preview we use h2h stories, over/under stats, Cameroon - New Zealand match facts and team news. For more accurate analysis we use any additional information like injuries, suspensions or weather forecasts. On BetFAQ.com website we provide information for helping you make your own decision regarding a bet on this event. Odds for the Cameroon - New Zealand match prediction are relevant at the time of publication.