Brazil and Cameroon are set to face off in an international friendly on Tuesday, Nov. 20. Kickoff from Stadium MK in Buckinghamshire, England, is scheduled for 2:30 p.m. ET.

Brazil enters the contest riding a five-game winning streak. It most recently beat Uruguay 1-0 during a friendly last week thanks to a penalty kick by Neymar scored in the 76th minute. The Brazilians have yet to concede a goal since the FIFA World Cup this summer, and Neymar is within two goals of Ronaldo for second on Brazil's all-time scoring list.

Cameroon is seeking its first win since Oct. 12, when it defeated Malawi 1-0 in an Africa Cup of Nations qualifier. Last week, Cameroon lost to Morocco 2-0 in another qualifying match.