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JPN vs CRC Dream11 Prediction, Japan vs Costa Rica Today Match- 27 Nov 2022

Are you looking for the best JPN vs CRC Dream11 Prediction? Then you are at the right place.

Ahmed bin Ali Stadium will host the Group E match between Japan and Costa Rica on Sunday,27th November.

Japan started their world cup campaign with a win over the 2014 world champions Germany who led 1-0 in the first half as Gundogan scored from the penalty spot after a careless mistake by the Japanese goalkeeper Gonda. The Japanese manager Moriyasu made a bunch of substitutions at the right time which proved to be the game changer for them. Mitoma, Minamino, and Doan all combined for the first goal, before Asano created something from nothing to smash home the winner as Japan turned the game around. They will be looking to seal a spot in the round of 16 with a win over struggling Costa Rica.

Costa Rica had a game to forget as they got a 7-0 hammering from Spain. They now sit at the bottom of the group table with a goal difference of (-7). The Costa Ricans barely had a kick and failed to manage even a single shot on goal. They will be taking on a fully confident Japan and would be hoping to put on a fierce fight and come out with a respectable result for their fans to be happy about.

Japan vs Costa Rica Match Details

Match: Japan vs Costa Rica

Venue: Ahmed bin Ali Stadium

Date & Time: Sunday,27th November, 3:30 PM IST

Telecast: Sports18 and JioCinema

JPN recent form: WLDWLW

CRC recent form: LWLDWW

Head-to-Head (Japan vs Costa Rica)

Played: 5

Japan: 4

Costa Rica: 0

Draw: 1

Japan vs Costa Rica Probable Playing 11

Japan’s possible starting lineup:
Gonda; Tomiyasu, Itakura, Yoshida, Nagatomo; Endo, Tanaka; Ito, Kamada, Kubo; Asano

Costa Rica’s possible starting lineup:
Navas; Waston, Calvo, Duarte, Oviedo; Tejeda, Borges; Bennette, Fuller; Campbell, Contreras

JPN vs CRC Dream11 Today Match Prediction and Fantasy Football Team

Small League Captain & Vice-Captain Choices for Japan

  • Asano
  • Doan
  • Ito

Small League Captain & Vice-Captain Choices for Costa Rica

  • Campbell
  • Borges
  • Oviedo

Grand League Captain & Vice-Captain Choices

  • Asano
  • Doan
  • Ito
  • Minamino
  • Gonda

JPN vs CRC Match Prediction

Japan will be high on confidence and will start the match as favorites whereas Costa Rica will be looking to get their campaign back on track. We predict a 2-0 victory for Japan.

Match Winner: Japan

Over 2.5 Goals: No

Both Teams to Score: No

Dream11 Grand League Tips for Japan (JPN) vs Costa Rica (CRC)

  • A victory for Japan is expected in this encounter. It would be good to go with a minimum of players from the Costa Rica side.
  • Make Asano, Doan, and Itoas captain and vice-captain in rotation with Gonda, Minamino, and Ito.
  • Make Gonda, Minamino, and Ito captain in a few teams.
  • Remove key players like Campbell, Oviedo, and Borges from a few teams and take Ruiz, Contreas, and Navas.
  • Prepare a few teams for the one-sided win of Costa Rica with Campbell or Borges as captain and Oviedo or Navas as vice-captain.

JPN vs CRC Fantasy Football Team Dream11

Dream11 Team Suggestion 1 – Small League

Goalkeeper: S Gonda

Defender: M Yoshida, H Sakai, B Oviedo

Midfielder: B Ruiz, C Borges, D Kamada, T Minamino, J Ito (vc)

Striker: J Campbell, T Asano (c)

Dream11 Team Suggestion 2

Goalkeeper: K Navas

Defender: M Yoshida, H Sakai, K Itakura (vc)

Midfielder: C Borges, D Kamada, T Minamino, R Doan

Striker: J Campbell, T Asano (c), A Contreas

We, hope this article helped you find the best tips and predictions for Japan (JPN) vs Costa Rica (CRC) Dream11 match. You may also want to look at the best fantasy football predictions.

Disclaimer:

All our picks are based on an in-depth analysis of the stats between two playing teams. Please use these stats/teams as a reference for preparing your own teams.

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Sports have been part of my life since childhood, so much so that I decided to make a career out of it. I have worked in various sporting events in different roles and have a knack for reading articles related to sports, eventually developing a habit to write about the same. I started playing fantasy sports 3 years back (cricket and football) and since then every day have learned something new. And now I have been using that experience to help others to make the best possible teams.
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