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Japan v Canada Football Match – 22.03.2013 – Friendly

Japan v Canada Football Match – 22.03.2013 – Friendly Match Preview, Prediction, Squad Info

japan football teamJapan v Canada Friendly Football Match will be in Doha, Qatar for an international friendly match. Japan has beaten Latvia with 3-0 score in their last friendly match. Japan is the strongest national football team of Asia certainly and they have guaranteed to qualify World Cup next year. Japan got 2 wins and a lose in their last three matches. They got a lose against Brazil in a friendly match and They have beaten Latvia and Oman. Their opponent Canada’s position is worse than Latvia and I expect Japan to score many goals in this match. Yuto Nagatamo, Keisuke Honda, Hisato Sato hasn’t been called up for Japan squad for this match. Yuichi Komano, Yasuyuki Konno, Atsuto Uchida, Maya Yoshida, Makato Hasebe, Kengo Nakamura, Hajime Hosogai will be in squad against Canada.

 

 

Canada National Football Team got 2 heavy loses and a draw in their last 3 international matches. They have lost against Denmark with 0-4 score in home and they got a lose against Honduras with 1-8 score in away. Their last friendly was against USA and they got a draw in that match with 0-0 score. Canada is out of World Cup Qualifications in this year. Head coach Tony Fonseca hasn’t called many good players for this match. Lars Hirschfeld from Valerenga, Ante Jazic from Chivas, Cptain Kevin Mc Kenna from Koln, Dwayne De Rosario from DC United, Josh Simpson from Young Boys, Olivier Occean from E. Frankfurt won’t be in squad for this match. I believe these absences will affect performance of Canada national Football Team. They haven’t already called their ideal squad in their last two friendly matches. Marcel de Jong from Augsburg, Atiba Hutchinson from PSV, Toisant Ricketts from Sandnes, Simeon Jackson from Norwich City are the most valuable players of Canada National Football Team squad at the moment.

 

Match Preidiction: 4-6 goals, Japan News

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