The FIFA 2018 matches will reach the last of 8 groups with Columbia vs Japan game kicking off. Japan’s lineup is quite promising but still, Columbia might start the game, being the favorites that they are. Fans without cable can watch Colombia vs Japan live streaming so they don’t have to miss a second from this all-important game.
Columbia vs Japan Live – Date, Time and Venue
With a stadium capacity of 44,442, the venue is expected to be ready just in time for the big footballing event.
Columbia vs Japan Date: 19th June 2018
Columbia vs Japan Time: 15:00 local time
Columbia vs Japan Venue: Mordovia Arena, Russia
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Columbia vs Japan Online For Free
DirecTV is the official broadcaster for all the football fans in Columbia. Not only that, it will also broadcast the match in most of the Caribbean countries. Japan fans will be able to catch all the action through their official broadcasters, TBS, along with a few other channels such as TV Tokyo, NTV and Fuji TV.
If you have a cable connection in any one of these countries, that is great. However, if you are outside one of the two countries, then you cannot access these channels as they are geo-restricted. Also, if you are a cord cutter, of course, you will face the same issue.
To watch Columbia vs Japan live online for free, FIFA fans around the world can follow the solution below and get hassle free-access.
- Choose a plan to get FastestVPN subscription
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- Connect to Russian VPN server
- Visit matchtv.ru and get access to free live stream of Columbia vs Japan
Columbia vs Japan Team News
Columbia has some pros campaigning from their end, while Japan also has just enough man power to expect a turnaround in the events of the match.
Goalkeepers: David Ospina, Camilo Vargas, Ivan Arboleda, Jose Fernando Cuadrado
Defenders: Santiago Arias, Frank Fabra, Davinson Sanchez, Cristian Zapata, Yerry Mina, Johan Mojica, Bernardo Espinosa, Oscar Murillo, Farid Diaz, Stefan Medina, William Tesillo
Midfielders: Abel Aguilar, Wilmar Barrios, James Rodriguez, Carlos Sanchez, Jefferson Lerma, Giovanni Moreno, Juan Fernando Quintero, Edwin Cardona, Juan Guillermo Cuadrado, Gustavo Cuellar, Sebastian Perez, Mateus Uribe
Forwards: Radamel Falcao, Carlos Bacca, Duvan Zapata, Miguel Borja, Jose Izquierdo, Luis Muriel, Teofilo Gutierrez, Yimmi Chara
Probable 11 for the Japan team
Goal Keeper: Kawashima
Defenders: Nagatomo, Morishige, H. Sakai, Yoshida
Midfielders: Hasebe, Kagawa, Kiyotake
Forwards: Okazaki, K. Honda, Muto
Japan has been an inconsistent team in the past and based on that it seems as if Colombians are most likely to score the three points. Japan fans can hope for a draw, even though that will also be much of an upset given their strong opponents. Watch Colombia vs Japan live streaming and find out which team really has an extra edge over its opponents.