Japan vs Zambia Friendly: Live Stream, TV Channel, Start Time, Where to Watch FIFA International at Tampa, Florida

Japan will face Zambia in an international friendly on Friday, June 6.

Kick-off time is 7:30 p.m. EDT at Raymond James Stadium in Tampa, Florida.

The game will be broadcast on TV Asahi in Japan.

The game will also air on SuperSport 5 Africa and SuperSport HD2 Africa in Zambia, Zimbabwe, South Africa, Cameroon, and most African countries.

beIN Sports Arabia 13 HD, beIN Sports Arabia 12 HD, and beIN Sports Arabia 6 HD are the channels to check out in Egypt, Iran, Jordan, and most Middle East countries.

Live stream is available on beIN Sports Play for subscribers.

Japan will look for their fifth consecutive victory against Zambia in their last pre-World Cup friendly match against Zambia.

Coach Alberto Zaccheroni has called for his side to improve mentally and be more clinical in front of goal.

Speaking ahead of Friday’s match, Zaccheroni said: “We are still in the training camp here and I think the players’ condition is all right.”

“I appreciate the players for their positive mental approach to their play.”

“For the next two weeks leading up to the World Cup, we have to improve our concentration and mentality that will lead us to making the most of our chances, especially when it comes to our finishing.”

Meanwhile, Zambia are likely to miss out on their first choice goalie Kennedy Mweene due to an injured hamstring.

Zambia have won four of their last five games, but have yet to beat an Asian opposition in three recent fixtures.