Japan vs Myanmar – Match Preview, Prediction, Betting Tips, 16/11/2023

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Japan faces Myanmar in the World Cup Qualifiers on Thursday, 16th November 2023, with kick-off scheduled for 11:00 WAT at the Suita City Stadium.
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Prediction on Japan vs Myanmar

In this crucial World Cup Qualifiers bout, we say Japan will win and this is why; Japan enters as the clear favorite against Myanmar having won 5 straight games in a row, including beating Germany, Turkey and other world bigs.

Prediction: Japan 4-0 Myanmar

Our second prediction will be more than 3 goals to be scored in the match between Japan and Myanmar. The home side have in their recent games not failed to find the back of the net and going against a side as Myanmar, it’s obvious the match will end with a substantial number of goals.

Betting Tip: Japan Over 3.5

Match Preview on Japan vs Myanmar

Japan, boasting a strong footballing tradition, aims for a dominant display. Recent victories and a cohesive squad underline their determination to secure three crucial points.

Myanmar faces a challenging task against a formidable opponent. While they strive to put up a resilient fight, Japan’s quality and experience may pose significant challenges. The focus will be on defensive solidity and seizing any counter-attacking opportunities.

Predicted Starting Lineups

Japan: Suzuki, Sugawara, Itakura, Tomiyasu, Nakayama, Endo, Morita, Ito, Kubo, Mitoma, Furuhashi

Myanmar: Maung, Paing, Lwin, Thu, Aung, Win, Thiha, Kyaw, Hein, Phyo

Single: Won
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