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Haikyuu!! To the Top Episode 14: What to Expect?

April 13, 2020
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Many anime viewers are initially a little reluctant about getting into the sports genre since most of these shows only appeal to the ones who are familiar with the sport being featured. But ‘Haikyuu’, which primarily revolves around the sport of volleyball, treads a very different path. It not only entertains you with all the technicalities of the sport but also manages to create a very inclusive environment through its realistic characters. Moreover, instead of overly glamorizing their journeys, the anime gives you a very grounded perspective of their struggles as athletes.

‘Haikyuu! Season 4’ came in with the promise of a lot more action and drama but it was abruptly called off for a brief hiatus after 13 episodes. If you’re wondering when its 14th episode will release, here’s everything you need to know.

When is Haikyuu Season 4 Episode 14 Release Date?

‘Haikyuu! To the Top’, which premiered on January 11, 2020, was initially scheduled to have a total of 25 episodes. Unfortunately, because of the  COVID-19 outbreak, the season was ended after a 13-episode run and has now been split into two parts. The second part of the season also titled ‘Haikyuu! To the Top’ season 2, or ‘Haikyuu’ season 5 is now scheduled to release sometime in July 2020. So technically, even the 14th episode of ‘Haikyuu: To the Top’ will release sometime in July 2020. A final release date has not been announced yet, but we’ll surely update it here once there’s any official news regarding it.

Where to Watch Haikyuu!! Season 4 Episode 14 English Dub Online?

You can stream ”Haikyuu!!’ Season 4 on Crunchyroll with original Japanese audio and English subtitles.

Haikyuu!! Season 4 Episode 13 Recap

Episode 13 begins with the night before the second day of the Nationals and the boys of  Karasuno prepare themselves for their next match. Soon they discover that they’ll now be playing against the runner-up of the Interhigh Tournament, Inarizaki High. Coach Ukai even warns them that Atsumu Miya plays for the team and is among the best players in Japan. He even attended the Youth Training Camp along with Kageyama. When they realize that one of Atsumu’s teammates is his own twin brother, Osamu, they start worrying about their match even more.

Karasuno and Inarizaki’s match gets closer. While the crowd eagerly anticipates this intense rivalry, Tanaka tries to clear out all misunderstandings with Kanoka. In the meantime, Karasuno warms up in the sub-arena. When they arrive at the match’s venue, they learn that their opponents have a huge fan following. The match ensues and as expected, Miya Atsumu first silences the crowd and then with the utmost dedication, he serves.

Unfortunately for Karasuno, when they get their chance to serve, they get booed at by the cheer squad of the opposing team. The pressure starts to weigh their team down. Hinata makes one of his highest jumps but forgets to spike the ball and even gets a warning from Kageyama. However, on the other side of the court, Inarizaki players set their eyes on Hinata and are impressed by his incredible jumps.

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