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Sunday's Sport: European heavyweights meet in Qatar

Sunday's sporting action will be dominated by day eight of the World Cup, with four matches scheduled to take place in Qatar, including the heavyweight showdown between Spain and Germany in Group E.

Away from the football, tennis fans can enjoy the final of the Davis Cup, while there is a prestigious meeting from Navan to highlight the day's racing action, which can be followed by using bet365's Sports Live Streaming platform.

Samurai Blue to put Costa Rica to the sword

What: Japan v Costa Rica

Where: Ahmad bin Ali Stadium, Al Rayyan

When: 10:00, Sunday 27th November

How to watch: ITV1

Odds: Japan 4/9, Draw 10/3, Costa Rica 7/1

Just four days on from their shock 2-1 victory over Germany, Japan can take another giant step towards the knockout stages of the World Cup when they take on Costa Rica in Group E.

Samurai Blue produced a stunning comeback to beat the Germans and they are 4/9 to make it back-to-back wins against an ageing Costa Rica side that was completely outclassed as they were thrashed 7-0 in their group opener by Spain.

A 7-0 victory for Japan at 250/1 may be a bit too much to ask, but Hajime Moriyasu's side should claim the win, which may prove enough to send them through to the round of 16.

Germany cannot afford any more slips

What: Spain v Germany

Where: Al Bayt Stadium, Al Khor

When: 19:00, Sunday 27th November

How to watch: BBC1

Odds: Spain 13/10, Draw 5/2, Germany 2/1

Defeat to Japan has left Germany in serious danger of exiting the World Cup at the group stage for the second tournament in a row and another loss to Spain could confirm their early departure.

The recent history of this fixture does not make good reading for Germany, as they have not beaten Spain in a competitive international since 1988, losing their most recent meeting 6-0 in the Nations League in November 2020.

Spain bettered that scoreline when beating Costa Rica 7-0 in their opening Group E match and Luis Enrique's side are 13/10 to claim the victory that will almost certainly end Germany's hopes of progressing.

Belgium to edge into knockout stages

What: Belgium v Morocco

Where: Al Thumama Stadium, Doha

When: 13:00, Sunday 27th November

How to watch: BBC1

Odds: Belgium 19/20, Draw 5/2, Morocco 3/1

Belgium were second best for large parts of their 1-0 victory over Canada in their Group F opener and they are likely to face another stern test of their credentials against a defensively-resilient Morocco side that drew with Croatia 0-0 in their first match.

The Red Devils are likely to be without forward Romelu Lukaku once again, as he continues to work his way back to full fitness following a hamstring issue, but head coach Roberto Martinez still has the likes of Michy Batshuayi, Eden Hazard and Kevin De Bruyne at his disposal.

There certainly appears to be enough attacking talent in Belgium's squad to suggest they will edge this at 19/20, which would be enough to seal the Red Devils their passage into the knockout stages with a game to spare.

Can Canada catch Croatia cold?

What: Croatia v Canada

Where: Khalifa International Stadium, Al Rayyan

When: 16:00, Sunday 27th November

How to watch: BBC1

Odds: Croatia 21/20, Draw 5/2, Canada 11/4

Canada showed they are not just there to make up the numbers at the World Cup following their impressive showing against Belgium when only a missed penalty from Alphonso Davies denied the Maple Leafs a point.

Next up for John Herdman's side is a clash with 2018 World Cup runners-up Croatia, who underwhelmed to draw 0-0 with Morocco in their Group F opener.

This will be the first ever meeting between these two sides, with Croatia 21/20 to claim the spoils that will boost their qualification hopes, while Canada are 11/4 to register their first-ever win at the World Cup finals.

Davis Cup final takes centre stage

What: Davis Cup Final

Where: Jose Maria Martin Carpena Arena, Malaga

When: Sunday 27th November

How to watch: Tennis Channel and bet365's Sports Live Streaming

Australia booked their place in the final of the Davis Cup for the first time since 2003 thanks to a 2-1 victory over Croatia on Friday.

They will face Canada in the showpiece after the North Americans recovered from a 1-0 deficit to get the better of Italy 2-1 by winning the decisive doubles rubber on Saturday.

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