Germany v Spain in a fight to the death; Japan to ensure before quarter

Doha: Qatar is preparing for the battle of the superpowers in World Cup football. Former champions and former title champions Spain and Germany will face each other in the Group E match. The match will be played on Sunday evening at 12.30pm. In the other group game, Asian powerhouses Japan take on Costa Rica at 3.30pm.

Spain will be confident from their big win in the first game. Germany, on the other hand, is in the shock of losing to Japan. Here too, defeat is a sign of the team’s departure. In the last World Cup, Germany was eliminated in the group stage.

Spain’s strength is in midfield with captain Sergi Busquets and youngsters Gavi and Pedri. Having a striker who can score goals is also a positive factor for the team. The defense was not tested in the last game. Spain managed to make 1043 passes in the game.

In the losing game against Japan, Germany also brought out the passing game. Although the team had 26 shots and 74 possessions, the lack of finishing was a blow to the team. Front row Kay Havertz, Jamal Musiyala and Sergiy Nabri lack experience.

In the last five games played by both teams, Spain has two wins and Germany has one win. Two games were tied. Spain beat Germany 6-0 in the League of Nations 2020.

Japan, who have started to shake Germany, enter the field to secure the pre-quarters. In a game where even a draw was considered quite an achievement, the fact that they managed to defeat the European giants is a huge boost to Japan’s confidence. Meanwhile, Costa Rica is reeling from its heaviest World Cup defeat. In the first match, Spain defeated Costa Rica by seven goals unopposed. Costa Rica will be out of the World Cup if they lose to Japan today. That is why they fight for life and death.

Croatia and Canada in Group F. The match is between Belgium and Morocco. In the first game, Croatia drew with Morocco and is going for its first victory. But Belgium will be confident of their victory against Canada. They beat Canada by one goal.

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