Wales vs Iran Match Review

Wales vs Iran Match Review

November 24, 2022 Sports Match

Wales vs Iran Match Review

Wales and Iran know that a win in their Group B match on Friday at the Ahmad bin Ali Stadium might be the difference in their ability to advance to the World Cup knockout rounds.

Wales fought back against the USA later in the day to earn a deserving share of the spoils after Iran had lost to England on Monday.

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Wales vs Iran Tips and Prediction

Wales and the USA knew they couldn’t afford to lose their respective games in Al Rayyan after England destroyed Iran, and a draw was the most frequently predicted result going into the contest.

Wales was fortunate to still be in the game at the end of the first half because neither team really played as though they were content with a point.

The Dragons wasted a couple of opportunities in the second half before Gareth Bale converted a penalty kick to score his first World Cup goal.

Wales’ great player wasn’t at his best, but his assured shot from 12 yards has put Wales in a position where they can control their own destiny if they can.

Robert Page’s team has now gone six games without a victory and has only won once in nine games, even if the tie is often thought of as a point earned.

Form didn’t matter much as England easily overpowered Iran, Carlos Quieroz’s team looked like a shell of the one that had previously defeated Uruguay and Senegal in September with victories and draws.

Team Melli should be commended for never giving up because they managed to score two consolation goals in the last period, the second of which was a highly disputed penalty goal based on the threshold that had been applied earlier in the game.


Wales will be thought of as the slight favorite for this match based on their prior results this week. We anticipate a tight, low-scoring tie in Al Rayyan, however, because Iran has had more time to recover and is playing at a time of day that should be advantageous to them.