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The pressure is on Rob Page’s team to earn all three points today ahead of Tuesday’s showdown with England. Al-Rayyan Stadium Today’s game is taking place at the Ahmad bin Ali Stadium (known popularly as the Al-Rayyan Stadium). The stadium is named after the former Emir of Qatar who ruled from 1960 to 1972. The listed capacity of the stadium is 45, 032 but, as has been the fashion in this tournament, expect today’s official figures to be somehow higher than that. Gareth Bale Bale came up trumps for his country again on Monday evening when his late penalty meant Wales earned a share of the spoils against the USA. It is worth noting, however, that he struggled to have much influence over the game before that decisive moment.
Wales will need him to be more involved today if they are to earn a vital 3 points in group B. Iran national anthem Iran’s players refused to sing their national anthem before the game against England on Monday in protest against their government’s treatment of protestors in their country. It was a brave act of defiance that could have serious ramifications for the players when they return home after the tournament. Iran state TV cut its coverage of the anthem when it became clear that the players were making a political stand.
This is the fifth they have qualified since their debut in 1978. TeamsWalesWales did not perform well against the US in the first half; in fact, they were fortunate to remain in the game for the first 45 minutes. They missed several opportunities in the second half before Gareth Bale converted a penalty to score his first World Cup goal. Wales have not tasted victory in the last six games and only won once in nine games. If Bale scores, he will become the highest scorer of his team in a world cup, along with Ivor Allchurch. IranThis match is absolutely critical for Iran as a defeat, even a draw, is likely to throw them out of the world cup one more time.
Bales must play a key role in that. Iran will want Mehdi Taremi to score and go ahead of their opposition early in the game. Date, Time & VenueThe Wales vs Iran match will be played on November 25 at 3:30 PM (Indian time) in the Ahmed bin Ali Stadium, Al Rayyan. Live-streaming detailsThe Wales vs Iran match will be broadcast live on the Sports18 and Sports18 HD TV channels in India and Jio Cinema's app and website will both offer free live streaming of the event. PredictionIran have shown tremendous improvement as a footballing force in recent decades. It would be unfair to judge them by the 1978 result.
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It remains to be seen if the players will repeat their protest when the anthems are played before kick off today. Iran team news Iran goalkeeper Alireza Beiranvand suffered a nasty head injury in the early stages of the England match and he will play no part in the game today as a result. Hossein Hosseini is expected to take his place between the sticks for Carlos Quieroz’ team. We should have the official team news in around 45 minutes' times. Wales team news Rob Page is expected to hand a start to Kieffer Moore after the positive impact he had on the team’s performance against the USA. Ethan Ampadu picked up a knock late on against the USMNT, the extent of which remains unclear and he is will be assessed by the Wales medical team ahead of today’s game. Joe Allen returned to full training with the team on Wednesday but has not played a single minute of football since September and it is unlikely that he will be fit enough to warrant a place in the starting eleven this morning.
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They are already in a weak position in terms of goal difference due to their 2-6 defeat against England. They must win this match, also against the USA, to qualify for the knockout stages for the first time in world cup history. Head-to-HeadWales and Iran have played only one match against each other, it was an international friendly in 1978. Wales barely prevailed 1-0 in that match. Key PlayersWales will depend a lot on Gareth Bale, one of the greatest wingers of his generation. If Wales manage to win this game, they will create history and enter the knockout stages.
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FIFA World Cup 2022: Wales vs Iran prediction, time, live-streaming detailsOn November 25, Wales and Iran will face each other in a Group B match. Robert Page’s squad are coming from a 1-1 draw against the USA whereas Iran must be still recovering from their 2-6 defeat against England. OverviewBoth Wales and Iran are aware of the critical importance of this match. They know that a victory in this match will be a strong step toward qualifying for the knockout stages. It will be more so for Wales, which have qualified for a FIFA World Cup only for the second time since 1958. After 1958, when they qualified for the quarter-finals, the Dragons did not qualify for the final stages between 1962 and 2018. Iran, on the other hand, are a more regular team at FIFA World Cups.
Iran got off to an awful start as they lost 6-2 to England on Monday and will be hoping to get their first points of the tournament. Start time: 10am UK time TV: BBC One Live stream: BBC iPlayer Wales XI: To follow Iran XI: To follow England & Wales both to win | 11/4! Follow ALL the action with our live blog below… Wales starting XI Rob Page hands a start to Kieffer Moore. Wales XI: Hennessey, N Williams, B Davies, Mepham, Rodon, Wilson, Ramsey, Bale, Moore, Roberts, Ampadu Wales’ poor form Wales are without a win in their last six games and have not registered a victory since their play-off win over Ukraine back in June that secured their place at this World Cup.
Wales vs Iran: Date, TV channel, live stream and kick-off time for clashLive BlogDRAGONS DEN Updated: 8:47, 25 Nov 2022WALES are looking to take a step closer to qualifying from Group B in the World Cup and they take on Iran this morning as the second round of group games get underway. It is a golden chance for Gareth Bale and pals to get through the group stages of their third tournament in six years - having not played in a World Cup since 1958. The Dragons have a tough group to navigate, having already drawn 1-1 with USA and a clash with England still to come.
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