Tuesday, November 19th, 2013
Both Belgium and Japan come into this friendly at Stade Roi Baudouin in Brussels (kick-off: 20:00 UK time) with plenty to prove after mixed results last time out.
Belgium lost at home to Colombia whilst Japan came back from 2-0 down at Holland to draw 2-2.
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The Red Devils have never beaten Japan in three previous meetings and Marc Wilmots is tipped to play Thibaut Courtois in goal after Liverpool keeper Simon Mignolet appeared in the Colombia defeat.
Other Belgian stars looking for playing time include Kevin Mirallas, Romelu Lukaku and Mousa Dembele, who all came on as substitutes versus Colombia.
Japan appear to be one of the most stylish sides going to the World Cup, with their second goal against Holland a particularly delightful team move.
Coach Alberto Zaccheroni could play Shinji Kagawa from the start after the Manchester United midfielder played just the second half against the Dutch.