Little League World Series Schedule: TV and Live Stream Info for Final Showdown

Jesse ReedCorrespondent IAugust 26, 2012

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Japan will face Southeast for the right to be called Little League World Series champions on Sunday. 

Both teams have cruised their way into this final game—one team on the back of a strong pitching rotation, and the other by way of an insane collection of lethal bats. 

We've got the information you need to watch every second of the action, whether it be in the comfort of your living room in front of you television or out on the road on your wireless devices.


Viewing Guide

When: 3:00 p.m. ET

Where: Howard J. Lamade Stadium in South Williamsport, Pennsylvania


Live Stream: ESPN 3


Key to Victory for Japan

Japan have gotten this far due to a stellar showing from their pitching staff.

Southeast have scored a staggering 46 runs in their three games, and there are five players on the roster with more than five RBI.

If any team was built to defeat such a lineup, it is Japan.

Through four games, the team has given up only two earned runs. This trend will need to continue in the final contest for Japan to come away with the victory. 


Key to Victory for Southeast

Southeast has the bats to keep winning, but if Japan is able to hold them to a few runs, they could win.

The Achilles heel for Southeast is their pitching.

Through three games, the team has given up 26 runs. Compared to the 46 that the team has driven in on offense, it's no big deal. But, against a team like Japan with the pitchers to shut down the offense, Southeast may have trouble. 

The pitchers must do a better job. If Japan is allowed to rally on offense, the game could be theirs. 


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