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Japan v Canada live stream: Watch international friendly online | team news & stats

By Ben Green

Japan v Canada live stream: Watch tomorrow's international friendly online, team news & stats

Published: 8:40, 17 November 2022

Japan v Canada takes place on Thursday at 1.40pm (UK time).

How to live stream Japan v Canada online:

Bet365* stream a selection of international friendlies live for account holders. They also live stream the Bundesliga, Ligue 1 and La Liga, along with the Primeira Liga and Serie A.

To sign up for and live stream Japan v Canada, eligible readers can follow the steps below.

  • Click on this link.
  • ‘Join now’ and enter details.
  • Log in and fund your account.
  • Navigate to the ‘In-Play’ link at the top of the homepage and select your desired event.

*Geo restrictions apply, 18+ only, must have a funded account or placed a bet in the last 24 hours, BeGambleAware. All odds and offers within this article are accurate at the time of writing (12:00, 15/11/22).

Major European leagues you can watch on bet365**: La Liga, Serie A, Bundesliga, Eredivisie, Portuguese Primeira Liga, Ligue 1

**For local rights-based reasons, some of these leagues cannot be broadcast in certain locations (e.g. Serie A streams are inaccessible in Italy). Please check whether your country of residence is excluded.

Where to watch Japan v Canada on TV:

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Both Japan and Canada will get a chance to acclimatise to the sizzling Middle Eastern heat on Thursday afternoon when they meet in the United Arab Emirates for a pre-World Cup warm-up. The Samurai Blue face Germany in an ominous-looking curtain-raiser next Wednesday, while Canada’s returning appearance has presented them with an equally-terrifying opener against Belgium, giving this competition prelude an underlining level of importance in terms of preparation.

Japan team news

A few eyebrows were raised after Hajime Moriyasu announced his 26-man squad. Celtic stars Reo Hatate and Kyogo Furuhashi have ripped up the Scottish Premiership but were overlooked for Qatar, while team-mate Daizen Maeda made the cut. Moriyasu also looked the other way when Union Berlin’s experienced Genki Haraguchi entered his considerations, but the Bundesliga representation remains strong for Japan. The likes of Ko Itakura, Maya Yoshida, Hiroki Ito, Wataru Endo, Ritsu Doan, Daichi Kamada, Ao Tanaka and Takuma Asano, all of whom play in Germany, are in. Takehiro Tomiyasu, Kaoru Mitoma and Hidemasa Morita bulk up an impressive international roster.

Canada team news

County Durham-born John Herdman has an unprecedented cache of talent to select from. The likes of Alphonso Davies, Jonathan David and Stephen Eustaquio are all excelling for some of Europe’s biggest clubs in Bayern Munich, Lille and Porto, and give the nation an tantalising expectation. Chuck in skipper Atiba Hutchinson — the oldest outfielder going to the World Cup at 39 — as well as Junior Hoilett and Milan Borjan, and it’s an impressive mix of rising stars and seasoned veterans.

Scoreline prediction: Japan 2-1 Canada