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Libya vs Cameroon Live Stream & Tips - Cameroon to see off Libya in FIFA World Cup qualifier

Last updated: 20 Nov 2023
Ralph Staniforth 20 Nov 2023
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  • Libya vs Cameroon tips for Tuesday's World Cup Group D qualifying match (16:00 GMT)
  • Cameroon have beaten their opponents four times in six meetings
  • Can Libya cause an upset?
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Cameroon to win (Getty images)

Libya vs Cameroon Predictions

Libya won their opening World Cup qualifier and will be out to make two wins in a row, but their record against their opponents is poor. Cameroon also started with victory but have not been at their best playing on the road. Cameroon is predicted to win with BTTS.
  • Libya vs Cameroon Predictions
  • Head to Head
  • Libya Form 
  • Libya News & Injuries
  • Cameroon Form
  • Cameroon News & Injuries

  • Libya have drawn 4 of their last 7 home fixtures in all competitions.
  • Libya have scored 6 goals in 7 home games in all competitions.
  • Libya have conceded 5 goals in 7 home matches in all competitions.
  • Cameroon have lost 4 of their last 7 away fixtures in all competitions.
  • Cameroon have scored 7 goals in 5 home games in all competitions.
  • Cameroon have conceded 10 goals in 5 home matches in all competitions.

Head to Head

Cameroon have the advantage with four victories to one against Libya, including one draw in six meetings in World Cup qualifiers. 

Libya Form 

Libya extended their run without a loss to four fixtures when they defeated Eswatini 1-0 away from home in their opening World Cup qualifier last weekend.

Eswatini dominated the contest, but their finishing let them down, opening the door for Libya to steal the points when they scored the winning goal eight minutes into the second half.

Libya had 37% possession and three shots in the match, with two attempts on target.

Libya have won two of their last seven games, including three losses and two draws. They have scored six goals and conceded nine.

The Mediterranean Knights have recorded two victories in their last seven fixtures, including one loss and four draws. They have scored six goals and let in five at the back.

Libya have shown improvement in recent outings and have decent form at home, although their record against Cameroon is poor, losing four times in six encounters. 

Libya News & Injuries

Salah Fakroun was injured late in the game against Eswatini and is a doubtful starter. 

Goalkeepers: Murad Al Wuheeshi, Mohamed Ayad, Aseel Al Maqsabi
Defenders: Salah Fakroun, Taher Ben Aamer, Abdelaziz Al Suwaiee, Sanad Al Koury, Ali Yousef, Fadel Salama, Subhi Mabrouk, Osamah Al Sareet
Midfielders: Tariq Bishara, Jafar Idris, Abdulmonaem Okashah, Hussein Taktak, Ziyad Al Alwani, Osamah Al Shuraimi, Osamah Al Shareef, Faisal Al Badri, Omar Al Khouja, Nour al-Din Al Qulaib, Abdallah Dago
Forwards: Abdulmuyassir Boushibah, Ahmed Krawaa, Muad Eisa, Mohamed Al Qadi, Abdel Samie Diab

Cameroon Form

Cameroon started their journey to make the 2026 FIFA World Cup finals with a 3-0 victory over Mauritius last weekend.

Both teams were on course to go into the break locked in a stalemate before Cameroon grabbed the lead with a goal two minutes into stoppage time.

Cameroon had to wait late into the second half to score their remaining two goals, finding the back of the net in the 87th minute of the match and two minutes into additional time.

Cameroon have lacked consistency, securing two wins in their last seven fixtures, including three losses and two draws. They have netted ten goals and conceded seven.

The Indomitable Lions have been poor playing away from home lately, registering one victory in seven matches, including four losses and two draws. They have scored seven goals and let in ten at the back.

Cameroon will be pleased to have started their qualifying campaign with a win and will fancy their chances against Libya as they have only lost once against them in six meetings; however, their away form has not been ideal, and they must put in a decisive display to pocket the points. 

Cameroon News & Injuries

Manchester United goalkeeper Andre Onana has withdrawn from the Cameroon squad after picking up a pelvic injury during the clash against Mauritius. 

Goalkeepers: Fabrice Ondoa, Devis Epassy
Defenders: Nouhou Tolo, Olivier Mbaizo, Harold Moukoudi, Christopher Wooh, Oumar Gonzalez, Darlin Yongwa, Jean Charles Castelletto, Ngom Beleki, Bell Bell Leon
Midfielders: Andre-Frank Zambo Anguissa, Olivier Ntcham, Olivier Kemen, Benjamin Elliott, Yvan Neyou
Forwards: Vincent Aboubakar, Karl Toko Ekambi, Moumi Ngamaleu, Clinton N'Jie, Bryan Mbeumo, Faris Moumbanga Pemi, Frank Magri, Georges Kevin Nkoudou


Cameroon have not been at their fluent best lately but boast an excellent record against Libya and is tipped to secure a BTTS victory with a 2-1 scoreline at full-time.

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