But for Wilfrid Kaptoum and Jacques Zoua, all other outfield players have been given game time by head coach Clarence Seedorf.
The Dutchman in his latest presser in view of the Cameroon vs Benin game has once more made it clear that he is going to keep his rotatory system going.
The former Dutch midfielder and Milan great said:” I am satisfied with what I saw, but I would change to freshen the group and use the best players for this game”.
Many football pundits believe that the 43-year-old coach almost shot himself in the foot with the 4 changes he made to the starting 11 that won against Guinea-Bissau going into the Ghana game: Njie, Fai, Bong and Biyik all coming into the starting 11 in the places of: Dawa, Banana, Choupo and Djoum, in the second game which Cameroon played a barren tie with Ghana.
Cameroon would play their final game in group F against Benin on Tuesday. A draw would be enough for the indomitable Lions to make the round of 16’s – hopefully the changes by coach Seedorf does not bring out the steam off the team.