The FIFA World Cup 2022 is underway and it has not disappointed so far. Saudi Arabia has produced one of the most surprising upsets against Argentina, who were on a 36-game unbeaten streak. The World Cup will produce another exciting matchup today, as Germany faceoff Japan.
As we all know, the European country won the World Cup in 2014, in Brazil thanks to Mario Gotze’s winner. However, they have been quite shaky since that win. In the 2018 FIFA World Cup, Germany couldn’t even get past the group stages. They finished last in Group F, after losing to Mexico and South Korea.
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On the other hand, Japan hasn’t had the best time on the international stage either. They had a heartbreaking loss against Belgium in Russia last time out. Despite leading 2-0, Japan could not hold Belgium back. The eventual third-placed Belgians made a sensational comeback during the late stages of the second half. This time around, does it look good for them?
How to watch Germany vs. Japan in the US?
Fox Sports is expected to be the most sought-after broadcaster for the World Cup this year. The platform offers a live English broadcast of the exciting game today. Fans will be able to enjoy Manuel Neuer and Co. in action on Fox Sports 1 in the USA.
In addition to that, soccer fans can also watch the live broadcast of the game on Telemundo, fuboTV, DirecTV Stream, and Peacock Premium. If you miss the games, FIFA posts the compilation of the highlights on its official YouTube channel.
What time will Germany vs. Japan start?
Germany and Japan will play the first game of Group E today, at the Khalifa International Stadium. Group E is said to be one of the toughest groups this year, especially with the likes of Spain and Costa Rica filling up the other spots. Both of these teams are quite hard to break down on their day.
Date: November 23rd, 2022
Time: 8. a.m Eastern Time (ET), 5. a.m Pacific Time
Location of the match: Khalifa International Stadium, Doha, Qatar
Germany vs. Japan: FIFA World Cup Prediction
Both Germany and Japan have talented players available at their disposal this year.
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