Watch St. Louis Blues vs Edmonton Oilers Live Stream Online Free NHL.Ah yes, Japan. The land of the rising sun, and the land that made sushi en vogue. Oh, and they're pretty good at the footy, too four Asian Cup titles (including the most recent installment), and they're also a point away from being the first country to qualify for their fifth consecutive World Cup finals. Yes, I can see you rolling your eyes already.
Watch St. Louis Blues vs Edmonton Oilers Live Online So maybe the Canadian side is mostly the ones based in Europe, and many of them were part of THAT game in Honduras. They're looking for a fresh start in the desert sun of Qatar, and they've picked a pretty tough customer that boasts many domestic players from the J League, along with some European players that includes the likes of Manchester's finest in Shinji Kagawa. They will be without Keisuke Honda, but they've still got enough firepower to last well beyond the 90.
The patriotism for the Canadian national team, though great for the soul, has usually been a good way to lighten your wallet if wagering on it.
The road doesn't get any easier for this squad that is in a rebuilding phase as it faces a very tough nut to crack in Japan. The kickoff of the international football friendly match between Spain vs Finland is on March 22, 2013 at 3:00pm. Japan vs Canada will play at the Khalifa International Stadium located in the city of Doha, Qatar.
This one actually is a friendly game, which is played in Doha, Qatar. Japan are coming to this game with their best players with few injuries, in the squad you find names such as Hasebe, Okazaki, Kagawa, Maeda, Inui, Endo, Uchida, Sakai and so on, so it's a really strong squad but no Honda as you might know. For Canada their top striker Atiba Hutchinson returns for this game, which is his first game since their bashing away at Honduras by 8 1.
It's hard to say how Spain vs Finland the Japanese will approach this game, given that their biggest task lies next week in a match against Jordan to determine if they become the 2nd team (besides Brazil) to punch their ticket to 2014, while Canada only has another friendly on Monday against Belarus before we see them again in the western half of the United States in early July for the CONCACAF Gold Cup but still, whatever happens, this game is sure to give the Canadian brain trust (currently led by Tony Fonseca) a lot to think about before the summer.
The Spain vs Finland team is being coached by Canadian Soccer Association's Techical Director Tony Fonseca on an interim basis for a pair of friendly matches and features a wide cast of veterans and fresher faces to the team such as Repentigny, Quebec's own 18 year old Samuel Piette.
Watch St. Louis Blues vs Edmonton Oilers Live Japan will be using this match to prepare for its upcoming World Cup Qualifying match in a few days when it takes on Jordan. A victory there would see it clinch a spot to Brazil 2014. The Japanese have looked very strong during their qualifying run, going unbeaten with a 4 0 record while notching an impressive +11 goal difference in those matches. Additionally, they've lost only once in their last 11 games.