Football: World Cup: Cameroon v Austria

GROUP B: STADE MUNICIPAL, TOULOUSE. KICK-OFF: 20.00 BST

CAMEROON

1 Jacques Songo'o La Coruna

2 Joseph Elanga Tonnerre Yaounde

3 Pierre Wome Nlend Lucchese

4 Rigobert Song Bahanag Metz

5 Raymond Kalla Nkongo Panahaiki

6 Pierre Njanka Tonnerre Yaounde

7 Francois Omam Biyik Sampdoria

8 Didier Angibeaud Nguijol Nice

9 Alphonse Tchami Hertha Berlin

10 Patrick Mboma Gamba Osaka

11 Samuel Eto'o Leganes

12 Lavriano Etame Levante

13 Serge Kwetche Racing Bafoussam

14 Augustine Simo St Etienne

15 Joseph Ndo Cotonsport Garoua

16 William Andem Boavista

17 Michel Pensee Billong Tampico

18 Samuel Ipoua Rapid Vienna

19 Marcel Mahouve Montpellier

20 Salomon Olembe Nantes

21 Joseph-Desire Job Lyons

22 Alioum Boukar Vanspor

Coach: Claude Leroy

TEAM NEWS

CAMEROON: Samuel Ipoua plays up front alongside Francois Omam-Biyik because Patrick Mboma, a more experienced striker, has been asked to fill a defensive midfield role. The midfielder Didier Angibeaud has earned a place.

AUSTRIA: Austrian coach Herbert Prohaska's main selection dilemma is whether to play his 34-year-old captain Anton Polster alone up front or give him a strike partner such as Ivica Vastic.

No previous meetings.

AUSTRIA

1 Michael Konsel Roma

2 Markus Schopp Sturm Graz

3 Peter Schottel Rapid Vienna

4 Anton Pfeffer Austria Vienna

5 Wolfgang Feiersinger Dortmund

6 Walter Kogler Cannes

7 Mario Haas Sturm Graz

8 Heimo Pfeifenberger Bremen

9 Ivica Vastic Sturm Graz

10 Andreas Herzog Bremen

11 Martin Amerhauser SV Salzburg

12 Martin Hiden Leeds Utd

13 Harald Cerny 1860 Munich

14 Hannes Reinmayr Sturm Graz

15 Arnold Wetl Rapid Vienna

16 Franz Wohlfahrt VfB Stuttgart

17 Roman Mahlich Sturm Graz

18 Peter Stoger Linz ASK

19 Anton Polster Cologne

20 Andreas Heraf Rapid Vienna

21 Wolfgang Knaller Austria Vienna

22 Dietmar Kuhbauer Real Sociedad

Coach: Herbert Prohaska

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