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World Cup 2010 team news: Cameroon v Denmark
4 years ago

Venue Loftus Versfield Stadium, Pretoria, 7.30pm

Referee L Larrionda (Uru)

Radio BBC 5 Live

TV ITV1

Cameroon

Manager Paul Le Guen

Fifa ranking 19

Doubtful None

Injured None

Suspended None

Denmark

Manager Morten Olsen

Fifa ranking 36

Doubtful Kjaer (knee), D Jensen (achilles), Beckmann (toe), Tomasson (thigh)

Injured None

Suspended None

Match pointers

• Both encounters between Cameroon and Denmark have ended 2-1 with each team winning once

• Denmark are unbeaten against African sides in the World Cup (one win and two draws)

• Cameroon have won just one of their 11 World Cup encounters against European sides

• Denmark have always qualified to the knockout stages in their previous World Cup participations (1986, 1998 and 2002)

• Despite this the Danes have won only one of their last four games in the World Cup, losing the last two without scoring

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