Japan vs Spain | Where in the UK, US, Africa, and India can I watch Japan vs. Spain on TV and online?On Thursday at Khalifa International Stadium, the last group match of the 2022 World Cup between Japan and Spain will determine who advances.
The Samurai Blues defeated Germany by a score of 2-1 to begin their campaign, but they fell to Costa Rica in their subsequent encounter. To guarantee a place in the round of 16, they must win in their last group.
Spain’s performance at the 2022 World Cup has been inconsistent. Prior to being held by Germany, they opened the tournament with a commanding 7-0 victory over Costa Rica.
To advance to the next round, though, they only need against avoid losing to Japan.
GOAL provides information on how to watch the game live online as well as on TV in the UK, US, Africa, and India.
How to watch Japan vs Spain live on TV and online
Fans in the United States (U.S.) may see the game live and on demand with fuboTV (start with a free trial). The live sports streaming service is accessible via a web browser, Apple TV, Android, Chromecast, Amazon Fire TV, Roku, and iOS devices. For a seven-day trial period, new users can sign up for free.
The Fox Network, Telemundo, and Peacock are other options for US viewers to watch the game.
ITV and STV will both broadcast and webcast the game in the UK.
The Sports 18 Network and Jio Cinema both stream the games for Indian viewers.
Japan team and squad news
Due to injury, Takehiro Tomiyasu, Hiroki Sakai, and Wataru Endo are questionable for the pivotal group stage matchup.
Maya Yoshida, Japan’s captain, will soon receive his 125th cap and will want to mark the milestone with a significant victory.
Gonda, Yamane, Itakura, Yoshida, Nagatomo; Tanaka, Morita; Doan, Kamada, Kubo; Maeda were the expected starting XI for Japan.
Spain team and roster news
Gavi, a prominent player for Spain, is questionable to start the match because of an injury and has missed a training session.
Sergio Busquets, a seasoned midfielder, may also get a break because he is just one caution away from a ban.
Spain’s starting lineup was as follows: Simon; Carvajal; P. Torres; Laporte; Alba; Koke; Rodri; Pedri; F. Torres; Morata; and Olmo.