How will Cameroon look in this final pre-World Cup warm-up game?
Les Lions Indomptables qualified for the tournament by dramatically beating Algeria on away goals in March’s African play-offs.
Karl Toko Ekambi scoring in the 124th minute in Algiers to send his team through.
So, this’ll be Cameroon’s eighth World Cup appearance, and they’re back having failed to qualify for Russia 2018.
Rigobert Song’s side kick off against Switzerland on Thursday, before taking on Serbia and then Brazil.
Most would expect Cameroon to finish rock bottom of this section, so preparation will certainly be key.
Panama meantime made their World Cup debut four years ago, losing all three matches in 2018.
This time round, los Canaleros finished fifth in the octagonal round of CONCACAF qualification, missing out on the inter-confederation play-off spot by just four points.
So, Thomas Christiansen’s team are focussed on next summer’s Gold Cup, targeting a long run at that tournament.
Here, Cameroon are favourites to prevail at Mohammed bin Zayed Stadium.