Cameroon will be playing a friendly match against Jamaica during the Fifa international break in May ahead of the 2014 World Cup qualifying games in June, an official of the Cameroon Football Federation (Fecafoot) said on Thursday.
“Negotiations with the Jamaica Football Federation have been very positive,” said Raphael Nkoa, Fecafoot media officer.
“Unless there happens to be a last minute change, we are sure to play Jamaica in London during Fifa next international break which is in May,” he added.
The Indomitable Lions leapt from third place to top of Group I with six points after edging Togo in Yaoundé in the third match day of the second round.
The Samuel Eto’o-led outfit will aim to consolidate their leadership of the group during the next match day of the qualifying but will face a determined Togo team at their home ground of Lome.