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Wales vs Iran Predictions and Best Odds for November 25

Gareth Bale prepares for Wales vs Iran in training

The second round of fixtures in Group B starts with an important match between Wales and Iran. The scrimmage for second place is going to be tight and this is a winnable game for both sides that could be pivotal in the grand scheme of things.

Wales vs Iran Predictions and Betting Odds for Group B Clash

Wales Run of Form

The Dragons started their campaign with a lucky draw against the USA. It took a late Gareth Bale penalty for the side to take a point away from the game. Rob Page’s side have not been playing well for some time and they’ve taken that baggage into this tournament.

Read More: Late Wales Penalty Salvages Draw with the United States

The European side stands as one of the most out-of-form teams in the entire tournament at the moment.

Iran Run of Form

After a solid run of games coming into the World Cup, the Persian Stars had their confidence knocked immediately. A 6-2 humiliation at the hands of England could be the undoing of Carlos Queiroz’s side.

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Whether such a loss takes the wind out of the team’s sails remains to be seen.

Recent Head to Head

These two nations have only played once to date. The match in 1978 finished as a 1-0 win for the European side when Phil Dwyer scored the winner.

Wales vs Iran Prediction

This clash between the 19th and 20th ranked teams in the world is a hard one to call. One is coming into the game on a cold streak but has a lot of talented game-winners, the other was hot but has suffered a major defeat in their first game of the tournament. If we had to call it, we would give the nod to Wales and Bale.

Current Betting Odds: Wales vs Iran

The betting market has this one as close as we do. SkyBet currently offers odds of 29/10 for an Iran win. Their opponents are at a slightly better 21/20, making them the slim favourites.

Last Word on Football recognises Qatar’s human rights abuses and instances of corruption taking place throughout the nation and in the background of the World Cup.


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