Costa Rica and New Zealand are the other Inter-Union World Cup play-offs of the World Cup.
The winner of the game will book the 32nd and final ticket to Qatar in November.
los ticos Missed out on an automatic qualification spot after finishing below USA on goal difference.
But Costa Rica knows what it takes to make it to the World Cup as they have featured in four of the last five tournaments.
However, New Zealand will be keen to follow in the footsteps of neighboring Australia, which won a Latin American side at the same venue in Qatar last evening.
Australia won the penalty shootout against Peru Dancing on goalkeeper Andrew Redmayne in the 119th minute,
Unlike the previous Inter-Confederation play-offs, the 2022 matches will take place in Qatar in just one stage.
What time does Costa Rica vs New Zealand start?
- Costa Rica will take New Zealand Tonight in Qatar.
- it’s going to start on UK time at 7pm – 9 p.m. local time, 12 p.m. in Costa Rica and 6 a.m. on Wednesdays in New Zealand.
- World Cup venue Al Rayan Stadium is the designated area for this massive World Cup play-off and can hold around 50,000 fans.
- The two sides have historically met only once where Costa Rica beat New Zealand 4–0 in 2007.
On which TV channel is Costa Rica vs New Zealand and can I stream it live?
- Costa Rica vs New Zealand is live on BBC Red Button.
- You can also stream it through iplayer and the BBC Sport website.
- Viewers in the United States can watch it live on Fox Sports 2 (English) or Eurovision (Spanish).
Can I watch Costa Rica vs New Zealand for free?
- Yes. Costa Rica vs New Zealand is free for all UK viewers TV license,
Both managers are expected to have a full bill of players available to choose from and some familiar faces are set to be included.
The Costa Rica boss will have to entice Luis Fernando Suarez to score a goal for Paris Saint-Germain keeper Keylor Navas, who recently joined the squad.
Experienced captain Brian Ruiz, 36, is expected to take charge of the side and former Arsenal forward Joel Campbell will be keen to add to his goal when he leads the line.
Elsewhere, Winston Reid could be on captaincy duties for New Zealand and he will be hoping Newcastle forward Chris Wood can save the day from the top.
only 90 minutes
- Costa Rica to win 10/11
- draw 9/5
- New Zealand 4/1. will win from
To qualify (including ET and PEN)
- Costa Rica to qualify 4/11
- To qualify for New Zealand 15/8′
*courtesy of odds Betfair Correct until Tuesday, June 14