The bet has regularly paid out in matches involving the Seleccao of late and Phil Kitromilides believes it to be a wise selection again on Wednesday nightPortugal's first game since their dramatic World Cup play-off win over Sweden should be an intriguing encounter against a Cameroon side also preparing for this summer's festivities in Brazil.
Paulo Bento's side are clear favorites to overcome their African opponents, with the hosts priced at 1/3 (1.33) and Cameroon offered at 10/1 (11.00) in a game being streamed live on bet365 for customers.
That Portugal needed to go through the ordeal of a two-legged play off in order to reach Brazil 2014 was primarily down to their defence, rather than any problems in finding the back of the net.
Indeed, the Iberian side have scored in each of the 14 games they have played since October 2012.
During that time, however, they have managed only five clean sheets, which is a disappointing return given some of their opponents. All this, therefore, points to backing both teams to score which is offered at a healthy looking 11/10 (2.10).
Cameroon for their part showed their prowess in front of goal during their own play-off win over Tunisia, overcoming the north Africans 4-1, and they certainly have enough about them up front to cause Portugal some problems.
This selection paid out the last time the two nations met in a friendly back in 2010 and has an excellent chance of doing so again on Wednesday evening.
|Both teams to score at 11/10 (2.10) for 1.0pts with bet365