Wales vs Iran live stream, match preview, line-ups and kick-off time for the World Cup 2022Gareth Bale applauds the Wales fans at World Cup 2022 (Image credit: Getty) Wales vs Iran live stream and match preview, Friday 25 November, 10am GMTWales vs Iran live stream and match previewLooking for a Wales vs Iran live stream? We've got you covered. Wales vs Iran is free on ITV Hub in the UK. Brit abroad? Use a VPN to watch World Cup 2022 free (opens in new tab) from anywhere. Wales fought back from 1-0 down to pick up a point against the USA last time out, as Gareth Bale converted from the penalty spot. A win here would put Rob Page's side in a strong position in Group B, but Iran will be looking to give a better account of themselves than they managed on matchday one.
You can find out more about the World Cup 2022 referees here (opens in new tab). StadiumWales vs Iran will be played at the Ahmad bin Ali Stadium in Al Rayyan. Take a look at all of the World Cup 2022 stadiums (opens in new tab) and see how it ranks. Players to watch / key battlesEven at the age of 33, Bale is Wales' most important player. The Dragons will look to get the ball up to Moore quickly, with Bale feeding off his strike partner. Iran will probably defend deep but they will need to be much more organised than they were against England. Read more about the full Wales and Iran full World Cup 2022 squads.
Team Melli were thrashed 6-2 by England in their first match in Qatar and will be eliminated if they lose on Friday. Kick-off is at 10am GMT. Make sure you know how to watch World Cup 2022 (opens in new tab) wherever you are. Line-upsWales: Hennessey; Mepham, Rodon, B Davies; Roberts, Ampadu, Wilson, Ramsey, N Williams; Bale, Moore. Iran: Hosseini, Hajsafi, Mohammadi, Ezatolahi, Pouraliganji, Taremi, Gholizadeh, Hosseini, Azmoun, Nourollahi, Rezaeian. FormWales produced an excellent second-half performance to draw 1-1 with the USA on Monday, but Page's men have now gone six games without a win. Iran were uncharacteristically defensively slack in their 6-2 loss to England, although the players' minds may have been elsewhere following their silent protest during the national anthems. RefereeMario Escobar of Guatemala will be the referee for Wales vs Iran.
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Group B tableSwipe to scroll horizontallyGroup B tableTeamPWLDPtsEngland11003USA10011Wales10011Iran10100Kick-off and channelWales vs Iran kick-off is at 10am GMT on Friday 25 November in the UK. The game is free to watch on BBC One and BBC iPlayer. In the US, kick-off time is 5am ET / 2am PT. The match will be shown on FOX/FS1 in the US.
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