Thursday, June 24, 2010

Netherlands vs Cameroon Time and Live Score: World Cup Football 2010

Netherlands and Cameroon are facing each other on 24 June at the Cape Town Stadium in Cape Town. Netherlands has already ensured their progress to the round of 16 with 2 back-to-back wins, while Cameroon has already been eliminated from the tournament after losing both of their matches.


The match starts at 18:30 GMT and 20:30 local time. In Netherlands, football fans can watch the match from 20:30. Fans in Cameroon can watch the match from 19:30. In USA, the match begins at 14:30 in New York time and 11:30 in California time.

Live Score

To get the live score of the match, visit the following link:

While there are a number of decisive Group stage matches around, this one featuring Netherlands and Cameroon is very different. The result of this match hardly has any importance as far as the point table is concerned. Japan and Denmark would now fight for the second spot in the group with the two sides preparing for a crucial encounter tonight.

Though Cameroon has nothing to lose or win in match, the Super Eagles of Africa would now like to go back home with some pride intact and the match has given them that opportunity. Netherlands, on the other hand, would like to go into the Round of 16 with hundred percent winning record and this would boost up their mental strength.

Netherlands with 6 points may have ensured their place in the second round, but there is still a slight possibility they could be dropped to the second place in the group, if they lose to Cameroon and Japan wins over Denmark with a 3-goal margin. Finishing second in the group means Netherlands would have to face in-form Paraguay in the next round. So, winning at least a point from the match would be the primary objective of the Dutch side.

Netherlands has some quality players in Robin van Persie, Arjen Robben, Wesley Sneijder, Mark van Bommel, Dirk Kuyt, John Heitinga and Bronckhorst. Cameroon, though already out of the tournament, has some top class players like Samuel Eto'o, Alex Song, Eyong Enoh and BenoƮt Assou-Ekotto.

Considering the little importance of the match, both sides could feature some of their bench players in the match. However, still it could be a highly entertaining affair as the bench players would like to give their best to cement their places in the first eleven.

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