Japan vs Costa Rica times, how to watch on TV, stream online, World Cup 2022
Japan plays Costa Rica at Ahmed bin Ali Stadium on 27/11/2022 with START TIME at 5:00 a.m.
After the sensational opening of Group E at the World Cup in Qatar, an important match between Japan and Costa Rica at the Ahmed bin Ali stadium is scheduled for this Sunday, which will answer whether the underdogs in this group have the strength to knock out Germany or Spain.
When does Japan vs. Costa Rica start?
The match between Japan and Costa Rica starts on 27/11/2022 at
How to watch Japan vs. Costa Rica
Japan vs. Costa Rica preview
Japan coach Hajime Moriyasu can be proud of his big win against the Germans; in a game where the Elf seemed to be racing towards an inevitable triumph, a shocking turnaround occurred.
It was an impressive triumph for Japan, and a new victory against Costa Rica would open the door to the round of 16 for this Asian team, which is why we can expect Daichi Kamada and the other Japanese attacking stars to rush forward from the first minute, aware that they must not miss this opportunity.
Costa Rica experienced a disastrous defeat, 0:7, against Spain, which shook the team of coach Luis Fernando Suarez.
The Costa Ricans now want to prove that they are not the weakest team at this World Cup and will try in every possible way to make life difficult for Japan to maintain their hope of reaching the round of 16 until the last game. Of course, Keylor Navas, powerless against the Spaniards, should play a vital role in this, but this time he is expected to keep his net more successfully.
Japan vs. Costa Rica prediction
Perhaps Costa Rica looked completely lost against Spain and rightly held the title of the worst national team in the tournament so far, but we believe its players will show much more in the match against Japan.
Who is the referee
Premier League referee Michael Oliver has been chosen to officiate the match between Japan and Costa Rica. He is one of the 18 referees selected by UEFA to arbitrate the games at this year’s World Cup in Qatar.
The 36-year-old Oliver was the youngest referee to officiate at Wembley stadium when he whistled the Conference National play-off final. The Qatar tournament will be his first major international tournament.
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