Roberto Martinez left most of his first-choice players on the bench on Thursday against England, but still came away with a 1-0 victory to uphold their 100 per cent record in Group G.
Kick-off is 7pm Nigerian time.
Jan Vertonghen then scored with a looping header that appeared to be a cross but dropped in under the crossbar in the 69th minute.
"Japan has a group (of players) that's competitive and ready to do what it takes to win", Martinez said.
The Belgians boast a number of stars in their line-up including the likes of Manchester United striker Romelu Lukaku (four goals in two matches), Chelsea playmaker Eden Hazard and Manchester City attacking midfielder Kevin De Bruyne.
Martinez has all his players fit as Belgium hope to improve their best performance at a World Cup finals, 32 years after reaching the semi-finals of Mexico 1986. I think this contest gets to three goals and perhaps a couple more, especially with Lukaku back in the lineup.
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South Korea needed to beat Germany and then have Mexico defeat Sweden to have a chance of advancing from the group stage. Mueller was relegated to the bench after drawing a blank in Germany's first two matches in Russian Federation .
If they do progress, noble failure against perennial World Cup powerhouse Brazil in the last eight could perhaps be excused.
"We will have to pay attention because they are used to causing teams problems in both boxes".
When will Belgium vs Japan Football Match Take Place? Japan drew the game against Senegal by 2-2 in the second match, and lost to Poland by 1-0 in the third match.
Japan is the last remaining team in the World Cup not from Europe or South America. Honda, who has netted 37 times for Japan, is no longer a regular, but the 32-year-old former AC Milan player remains risky on free kicks. Takashi Inui got the game's second. To Lukaku's credit, he silenced a lot of that talk last season and should be setting his sights on getting the goals to help his country go as far as they can in the World Cup.
After a goalless first half, Belgium captain Marc Wilmots gave his side the lead in the 57th minute with a brilliant overhead kick - only for Japan to equalise just two minutes later, as Takayuki Suzuki capitalised on a misjudgement by Jacky Peeters to prod the ball home.
Keisuke Honda's 30-metre free-kick was parried away by Courtois in stoppage time before the keeper launched the ball to Kevin De Bruyne to make a beeline upfield before finding Meunier, whose cross was met by Chadli for the victor.