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Japan vs Costa Rica – Live

GROUP E’s second round of World Cup fixtures involve a mouth-watering encounter between Japan and Costa Rica in Ar-Rayyan.The Japanese are no strangers to football’s biggest cup competition as they have qualified for the last seven consecutive tournaments.

Japan vs Costa Rica – Live

But sealing their spot for Qatar may have been the most difficult yet as two last-gasp goals from substitute Kaoru Mitoma in Australia got the job done.And now, Hajime Moriyasu’s men face a tough task of collecting three points from Costa Rica who have experience of winning on this ground before.

However, Los Ticos suffered heartbreak against the last East Asian opponent they came up against courtesy of a wonder strike from Tottenham Hotspur ace Son Heung-min.

What time does Japan vs Costa Rica kick off?
Japan are scheduled to encounter Costa Rica on Sunday, November 27.
It is expected to kick off at 10am UK time – 12pm local time.

Ahmad bin Ali Stadium in Ar-Rayyan, Qatar is the designated venue for this match and it can host up to 44,760 fans.Costa Rica have failed to beat Japan on all five occasions these two sides have met each other.

Can I watch Japan vs Costa Rica for FREE?
Yes. Japan’s Group E fixture against Costa Rica is available to watch for FREE in the UK so long as you have a valid TV license.

The month-long FIFA World Cup soccer tournament will take place in Qatar starting on Sunday, Nov. 20. Here’s what you need to know about how to watch the games live.

The 32-nation World Cup kicks off on Nov. 20 when hosts Qatar take on Ecuador in the opener at Al Bayt Stadium in the city of Al Khor. The tournament will conclude a month later on Dec. 18 with the final at Khalifa International Stadium in Doha.

The quadrennial tournament will be one of many firsts. It is the first time that it will take place in the Middle East. It is also the first time that it will take place in the winter rather than summer. FIFA made the switch, which will disrupt the European domestic club season, since temperatures in Qatar are too hot during the summer.

All 64 World Cup games will air in the United States across various platforms. The games can be seen on FOX and Fox Sports 1, the tournament’s official English-language broadcast partner. Telemundo will provide Spanish-language coverage.

Former USMNT star defender Alexi Lalas will serve as lead studio analyst during FOX’s coverage, along with fellow U.S. soccer legends Clint Dempsey, Carli Lloyd and Maurice Edu. Games will include a pre-game show and post-match analysis.

How To Watch Group E matches live
When: November 23-December 1 2022
Group stage game kick-off times: 5am, 8am, 11am, 2pm (all ET)
Location: Qatar
TV channels en Español: Telemundo, Universo, Peacock
Streaming en Español: Peacock (all 64 matches)
Follow along with ProSoccerTalk for the latest news, scores, storylines, and updates surrounding the 2022 World Cup, and be sure to subscribe to NBC Sports on YouTube!


Current FIFA world ranking: 7
World Cup titles: 1 (2010)
World Cup appearances: 16
How they qualified: Qualified automatically from UEFA (1st place)
Coach: Luis Enrique
Key players: Rodri, Pedri, Pau Torres, Jordi Alba


Current FIFA world ranking: 11
World Cup titles: 4 (1954, 1974, 1990, 2014)
World Cup appearances: 20
How they qualified: Qualified automatically from UEFA (1st place)
Coach: Hansi Flick
Key players: Manuel Neuer, Antonio Rudiger, Joshua Kimmich, Leon Goretzka

Costa Rica

Current FIFA world ranking: 31
World Cup titles: 0
World Cup appearances: 5
How they qualified: Qualified from CONCACAF via interconfederation playoffs
Coach: Luis Fernando Suarez
Key players: Keylor Navas, Joel Campbell, Celso Borges, Bryan Ruiz


Current FIFA world ranking: 24
World Cup titles: 0
World Cup appearances: 7
How they qualified: Qualified automatically from AFC
Coach: Hajime Moriyasu
Key players: Maya Yoshida, Takehiro Tomiyasu, Takumi Minamino, Daichi Kamada

Two former World Cup winners — Spain and Germany — are the obvious favorites to advance, and their meeting on Nov. 27 is the marquee match of the first round. Stingy Japan has a solid squad and is the more likely of the other two teams to upset the natural order if one of the giants slips up. As for aging Costa Rica, surviving the first round will be an exceedingly tall order.


Coach: Luis Enrique

Highest finish: Winners (2010)

2018 finish: Round of 16

FOX Bet odds: +800

Key players: Jordi Alba, Sergio Busquets, Álvaro Morata

What we’re excited to watch: Spain has finally moved past their all-conquering golden generation; Busquets, the captain, is the lone remaining player from their 2010 World Cup winning squad. Enrique’s retooled La Roja is now ready for their moment.

What success look like: While capable of winning it all, they’re probably four years away from being a legit title favorite. That said, a quarterfinal berth is the bare minimum.

Achilles heel: History. For all their talent and experience, Spain has punched below their weight at World Cups, with 2010 the exception. They’ve never made it past the quarters in 11 other tournament appearances.

X-Factor: Gavi. The 18-year-old playmaker has been a regular for La Roja since making his debut last year, and he has the potential to be a breakout star on the biggest stage.


Coach: Luis Fernando Suárez

Highest finish: Quarterfinals (2014)

2018 finish: Round of 16

FOX Bet odds: +75000

Key players: Celso Borges, Joel Campbell, Keylor Navas

What we’re excited to watch: If Costa Rica is to advance against the odds, they’ll almost certainly have to win their second match in Qatar, against Japan on Nov. 27.

What success look like: Getting out of a group this tough would be a triumph.

Achilles heel: Age. There’s no getting around how long in the tooth the Ticos are. Borges is 34. Navas is 35. Bryan Ruiz, Costa Rica’s all-time top scorer, is 37. Even Campbell is now on the wrong side of 30.

X-Factor: Navas. The three-time UEFA Champions League winner hasn’t played a minute for Paris Saint-Germain this season after losing his starting job. That means the best player in Costa Rican history — he singlehandedly led the Ticos to the quarterfinals in 2014 — has something to prove in Qatar.


Coach: Hajime Moriyasu

Highest finish: Round of 16 (2002, 2010, 2018)

2018 finish: Round of 16

FOX Bet odds: +25000

Key players: Daichi Kamada, Takumi Minamino, Takehiro Tomiyasu

What we’re excited to watch: Japan relishes the underdog role and tends to exceed expectations. In 2018, they survived a group containing Colombia, Poland and Senegal and then gave Belgium everything they could handle in the second round. Don’t be shocked if they upset one of their decorated European foes.

What success look like: Making it out of the first round at consecutive World Cups would be an unprecedented accomplishment for the Blue Samurai. Winning a knockout round match for the first time would be even better.

Achilles heel: Scoring. The four forwards on Japan’s 26-man roster have just 10 international goals between them.

X-Factor: Defense. With a back line led by Arsenal center back Tomiyasu and captain Maya Yoshida, Japan is ultra-disciplined and organized defensively, making them extremely difficult for opponents to break down. Teams that don’t get scored on can’t get beat – even by the likes of Germany or Spain.

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