Japan vs Croatia LIVE via DIRECTV and Free Football for the second round: channels and schedules

Japan vs. Japan Croatia face LIVE and via DIRECTV, Latina (Channel 2) and Fútbol Libre TV for the knockout stages of the Qatar 2022 World Cup. The commitment is agreed upon for this Monday, December 5 from 10:00 a.m. (Peruvian time) at the Al Janoub stadium. After their historic victory over Spain, the Asian team wants to continue making history in the World Cup by qualifying for the quarterfinals. To do this, he must defeat the current runner-up, who despite not having been convinced at all, is thirsty for revenge in this World Cup. Remember that you can follow the minute-by-minute, best plays, goals and incidents.

Japan vs. Japan Croatia: possible line-ups
Japan: Shūichi Gonda; Yuto Nagatomo, Maya Yoshida, Shōgo Taniguchi, Hiroki Sakai; Ao Tanaka, Wantaru Endo; Take Kubo, Daichi Kamada, Junya Ito; Daizen Maeda.

Croatia: Dominik Livakovic; Josip Juranovic, Dejan Lovren, Josko Gvardiol, Borna Sosa; Mateo Kovacic, Luka Modric, Marcelo Brozovic; Ivan Perisic, Andrej Kramaric, Marko Livaja.

World Cup Results: Groups E and F

The Group Stage is over and the top 4 teams move on to the Round of 16. For this match, the winner of Group E takes on the second-place finisher of Group F. Spain will challenge Morocco in another match. Here are the final results of the Group Stage:

Group E Japan: 2-0-1 (6) Spain: 1-1-1 (4) Germany: 1-1-1 (4) Costa Rica: 1-0-2 (3) Group F Morocco: 2-1-0 (7) Croatia: 1-2-0 (5) Belgium: 1-1-1 (4) Canada: 0-0-3 (0)

How to Watch Japan vs. Croatia for Free Online

We recommend RTE 2’s live stream for Japan vs. Croatia. You won’t need to sign up for the RTE Player, and you can enjoy the match in high quality with English commentary.

Since RTE is a broadcaster in Ireland, you’re going to need an Irish IP address to watch. Once you’ve installed a VPN on your device, you can do that in one click.

Want to live stream Japan vs. Croatia (and other 2022 FIFA World Cup Round of 16 matches) free from anywhere? Here’s how:


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