We have now entered the second set of FIFA Women's World Cup, 2019 matches. It is now time for Japan vs Scotland Group D match no 18 of Women's World Cup. The action will take place at Roazhan Park, Rennes. Japan drew against Argentina 0-0 in their opening game. On the other hand, Scotland, lost 2-1 to England in their first match of World Cup. Meanwhile, fans in India can watch details of free live streaming and online stream of Japan vs Scotland, scroll down below for details. FIFA Women's World Cup 2019 Schedule Free PDF Download in IST: Fixtures, Groups, Time Table in Indian Time with Venue Details of Football WC in France.
Japan team has to create an opportunity in the final third if they want to win the match. Japan team is strong on paper against Scotland, but how we saw the missing an opportunity against Argentina, they can miss out on victory in today's game too. Japan team will be lead by Saki Kumagai, while Scotland team will be lead by Rachel Corsie.
Japan vs Scotland FIFA Women’s Football World Cup 2019 Match, Time and Schedule
Japan vs Scotland will take place on June 14, 2019 (Friday), at Roazhan Park, Rennes. This is the match of Group D of 2019 FIFA Women’s Football World Cup and the start time is at 06:30 PM IST.
Japan vs Scotland FIFA Women’s Football World Cup 2019, Live Telecast in India
Sony Pictures Networks holds the broadcast rights of FIFA Women’s Football World Cup 2019 in India. Japan vs Scotland match will be telecast on Sony ESPN and Sony ESPN HD TV channels.
Japan vs Scotland FIFA Women’s Football World Cup 2019, Free Live Streaming Online available in India?
If you are not able to tune into television for whatever reasons, you can also catch Japan vs Scotland FIFA Women’s Football World Cup 2019 match with the live streaming option available on Sony Liv. You can also catch up on the live updates of the game on the official website of FIFA.
Scotland team showed a lot of fight against England in their previous game, however, they will have to come out with their best performance against Japan. Scotland will have to work on their defence.