Allegations of match-fixing at the World Cup have been undermined by contradictory statements about the claims.
Cameroon's football federation (FECAFOOT) is to investigate allegations of match-fixing by its players at the World Cup finals.
Neymar's superb two-goal show inspired Brazil as the hosts eased through to the last 16 of the World Cup, finishing top of Group A to set up a meeting with Chile.
Despite sitting top of Group A after two matches, Luiz Felipe Scolari's side have come in for criticism amongst the home faithful after failing to deliver the level of performance expected. Against Cameroon there will be no room for excuses: the Indomitable Lions crashed out of the tournament after a 4-0 defeat to Croatia and are yet to find the net in this tournament. To add to their woes, Barcelona's Alex Song will miss this game after recklessly lashing out and earning himself a red card.
FIFA has been contacted by the Fare network relating to discriminatory chanting at the World Cup, the game's governing body has told Press Association Sport.