China vs Japan Live Stream, How To Watch World Cup Qualifier Live On TV

China vs Japan Live Stream, How To Watch World Cup Qualifier Live On TV

Today’s match between China vs Japan Live Stream of World Cup Qualifier on 7th September 2021, 20:00 PST at Khalifa International Stadium (Doha).

Here Catch China vs. Japan Live Stream, How To Watch World Cup Qualifier Live Online, discourse with quick scorecard refreshes, Results, and much more.

China vs Japan online:

  • UK: BT Sport
  • US: COSMOTE Sport
  • Spain: Viaplay

DAZN is streaming China vs Japan in the World Cup Qualifier live for account holders. Those without an account already can take advantage of their 30-day free trial* by signing up through the above link relevant to your region.

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If you live in the UK, you can watch China vs Japan on Arena Sport.

In America, watch China vs Japan on FuboTV.

Where to watch China vs Japan on TV:

These TV Channels are Showing This Match Live in Different countries.

  • UK: Sky Sports Main Event & Sky Sports
  • US: fuboTV
  • Live Score – Click Here
  • Portgal: CANAL+ Sport 2
  • China: CANAL+ Sport
  • Japan: Sky Sport
  • Ukrain: V Sport Jalkapallo, V Sport Premium

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China vs Japan Match Detail

SERIES: World Cup Qualifier
MATCH: China v Japan
DATE: 7th September 2021
VENUE: Khalifa International Stadium (Doha).
TIME: 20:00 PST

Match Preview

China and Japan will renew their rivalry on Tuesday from the Khalifa International Stadium in the second match for both teams in the third round of qualification for the 2022 World Cup in Asia.

Dragon’s Team lost 3-0 in their first Group B match to Australia, while the Japanese conceded a goal at the end and were defeated 1-0 by Oman.

For the fourth time in a row, the Chinese have reached the third qualifying round in Asia, and they hope this is finally the year they overcome what could be that last hurdle.

In their 2018 qualifying campaign, they came as close as ever to reaching the final since their only World Cup appearance in 2002, finishing fifth but just three points behind South Korea for second and one behind. Syria, who finished third and advanced to a fourth round tiebreaker.

At the end of the day, it all came down to an opening match loss to South Korea and a late goal they conceded in their second match against Syria, which ended up being their downfall.

Reaching the top two of their group or even finishing third to win a fourth round playoff will not be easy this time, especially given that they will have to finish above three teams (Australia, Japan and Saudi Arabia), which only they have lost two World Cup finals to each other since the 2006 campaign.

In the last round, the Chinese were very impressive, losing just one of their eight games, scoring 30 goals and conceding just three.

Their coach Li Tie may not have much experience as a manager, but he has served as an assistant to some big-name coaches, including former Lyon boss Alain Perrin and Marcello Lippi, who led Italy to a Cup win. World in 2006.

It has been more than 27 years since Japan missed their first World Cup appearance in heartbreaking fashion, conceding a goal in the 90th minute to Iraq, allowing South Korea to advance on goal difference.

Since that day, Japanese football has come a long way, never missing the finals since 1994, finishing first in its group in the final qualifying round in each of its last four seasons.

Hajime Moriyasu, Akira Nishino’s assistant in the 2018 final, took office shortly after Belgium eliminated Japan in the round of 16.

Since blowing a two-goal lead against the Red Devils, this team has failed to win just twice when it scored first, and has been strong defensively in 2021, conceding just three goals and scoring 37.

In their first match of the third round last week, they blew a lot of good chances against Oman, with 65% possession, but were stunned with a goal in the 88th minute against a team that had a 63% passing accuracy.

Their loss to Belgium in the last World Cup was the last time they suffered a defeat as an official away team, while they have only conceded one goal in their previous six away matches, including a 14-0 win over Mongolia in March.

China vs Japan starting lineup

China starting lineup:

Yan; Wang, Browning, Li, Zhang; Hao, Jin, Wu Xi; Wu Lei, Alan, Elkeson

Japan possible starting lineup:

Gonda; Sasaki, Ueda, Yoshida, Nagatomo; Endo, Shibasaki; Doan; Furuhashi, Kubo, Osako

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FAQ For China vs Japan Live Stream – How to Watch World Cup Qualifier Live Match?

Q. When does China vs Japan kick-off?

Ans. 7th September 2021 at 20:00 PST

Q. Where is China vs. Japan being played?

Ans. Khalifa International Stadium (Doha)

Q. Where can I get tickets for China vs. Japan?

Ans. A lot of international games are being played without spectators but the situation is changing rapidly so it is worth checking official ticketing websites for updates.

Q. What time does China vs. Japan Match match start?

Ans. 20:00 (PST)

Q. Which team will hit more goals in China vs the Japan Match match?

Ans. China will hit more goals in this match.

Q. What TV channel is China vs. Japan on in the UK?

Ans. This match will be televised live in the UK on Sky Sports Main Event (UK/Irl).

Q. Where can I stream China vs. Japan in the UK?

Ans. This match will be televised live in the UK on Sky Sports Main Event (UK/Irl).

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