Football Ticket: Japan vs Myanmar Live Football Streaming: World Cup Qualification Live Stream, TV Channel, Preview, How To Watch Online Match
Series: World Cup Qualifications 2021
Match: Japan vs Myanmar
Venue: Fukuda Denshi Arena.
Date: Friday, 28 May 2021
Time: 11:20 UK/ 12:20 CET/ 15:20 PST
Japan vs Myanmar Preview:
Japan are looking to maintain the impeccable form as they return to the 2022 World Cup qualifying campaign with the home fixture against massive underdogs Myanmar on Friday at Fukuda Denshi Arena.
Japan have cruised their way to the top of the Group F standings halfway through the campaign of the second stage of Asian World Cup Qualification
They hold a perfect record with five wins in five games. It is followed by a magnificent goal difference of 27 scored and a grand total of zero conceded goals in the process.
Japan are currently five points above the second-placed Tajikistan and have a game in hand on them. Obviously, anything but Japan’s ten wins in ten matches can be considered as an upset given the massive gulf in quality between them and the rest of the field at this stage of the competition.
Myanmar are currently second from bottom in Group G with six points from five fixtures. They opened the campaign with three successive defeats, but got it up and running with surprising back-to-back victories over Tajikistan and Mongolia in the last two rounds in November 2019.
Myanmar are now four points below the second-placed Tajikistan and could theoretically join the battle for the runners-up finish by the end of the campaign.
HEAD TO HEAD:
- The two teams did not have the chance to meet each other in the past.
- Their clash from September 2019 (in this qualifying term) was their inaugural meeting.
- Japan celebrated an easy 0-2 victory on the occasion thanks to a couple of first half goals from Shoya Nakajima and Takumi Minamino.
- The combined scorecard for the previous four match-ups is 11-0, in their favor.
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Unlike their rivals, Japan have been in action in March this year when they put 14 goals past the rock-bottomed Mongolia. We don’t quite expect them to bag that many this time around, but we would at the same time not be surprised to see the Japanese outfit celebrating a comprehensive victory.
We will thus back the hosts to win by at least five goals difference at the odds of 2.40, while you can also have Japan to have at least a two-goal advantage at the half time at the 1.72 odds.
Possible Playing XI:
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