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The Dragons have a tough group to navigate, as it includes a clash with fierce rivals England and friends from across the pond USA.

Iran have some experienced players, including Sardar Azmoun and ex-Brighton midfielder Alireza Jahanbakhsh.

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The Middle Eastern side will be giving it their all to reach their first-ever knockout stages at the World Cup.

But Robert Page’s Dragons will also want to progress, with the tournament likely being one of superstar Gareth Bale’s last as a Wales international.

Bale moved to LAFC in the summer and may see his playing opportunities for Wales decrease as he gets older.

When is Wales vs Iran?

  • Wales’ big clash with Iran will take place on Friday, November 25.
  • The game will kick off at 10am UK time, which is 1pm local time.
  • Wales vs Iran will take place at the Ahmed bin Ali Stadium in Al Rayyan.
  • The stadium was opened in 2003 and can hold up to 50,000 spectators.
Wales is going head to head with Iran starting on 25 Nov 2022 at 10:00 UTC at Ahmed bin Ali Stadium stadium, Al Rayyan city, Qatar. The match is a part of the World Cup, Group B.
Currently, Wales rank 4th, while Iran hold 2nd position. Looking to compare the best-rated player on both teams? Sofascore’s rating system assigns each player a specific rating based on numerous data factors.
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Gareth Southgate has only a week working with his players before their World Cup campaign begins on November 21 and in England’s way are three teams who can pose problems.

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What the pundits say:

Karen Carney speaking on Sky Sports’ World Cup Preview Show: “I think the first game is the most difficult. The first one of any major tournament is tough.

“Iran will be well organised and they have a couple of strikers who are decent with Champions League experience.”

The USA possess youth, trickery and mettle throughout the side – boosted from regular game time handed to Tyler Adams and Brenden Aaronson by American Leeds manager Jesse Marsch.

Adams acts as Leeds’ primary destroyer in the centre of the park, excelling at reclaiming possession and winning 50/50 duels before setting his side off in possession – while also providing a creative threat on goal.

Meanwhile, Aaronson is also a key member of Leeds’ pressing unit from the front – but his speed and trickery could also win free-kicks in dangerous areas. With 21 caps at just 21 years of age, and 11 appearances during the qualification campaign, the attacker looks set to play a major part in Qatar.

Player to Watch: Christian Pulisic

Dubbed Captain America in his homeland, Pulisic rose to stardom at Borussia Dortmund before making a £57.6m switch to Chelsea in 2019.

The forward was widely considered to be the signature signing to replace Eden Hazard – who had left Stamford Bridge after seven successful years at the club that same summer to join Real Madrid in a £130m blockbuster deal.

Pulisic appeared to show glimpses of Hazard-esque magic and hit several hot streaks of form, but injuries hampered regular first-team runouts and the American has been largely a bit-part player over the previous three full seasons.

Speculation over his future grew louder this summer as the 24-year-old reportedly sought more game time ahead of the World Cup, but he remains a Chelsea player.

New Blues boss Graham Potter tested the 24-year-old in his first games in charge, with the American notching two goal involvements from just 78 minutes in those games, so he could still secure a future at Stamford Bridge.

Pulisic has the skill and tenacity to bamboozle opposition defences and looks set to headline a fluid, skilful and rapid front line alongside Reyna and Aaronson

What the pundits say:

Jamie Redknapp speaking on Sky Sports’ World Cup Preview Show: “I like Brenden Aaronson technically, he is the sort of player we have to keep an eye on defensively.

“He gets into pockets, picks the ball up and slides people in. He’s going to be a danger and the US are going to have great energy.”

Jamie Carragher: “The excitement in the US is that the tournament is there four years later. It almost feels like a build-up to that.

“That will be the tournament where they feel that have to have a great tournament. All eyes will be on them and the host nation normally do well. This is a really young team for them and they’re thinking in four years’ time.

“But I still think they will get out of this group. As Jamie has just mentioned, the energy of the US national team could be too much.”

Bale joined MLS side Los Angeles FC this summer but has only amassed two starts and 369 minutes during the 2022 regular season, making 11 substitute appearances and scoring three goals – netting a 128th-minute equaliser in the MLS Cup final as a substitute, with his side proceeding to win the shootout. Iran vs Wales — LIVE | Watch.

“They have the fire in the belly that Scotland and Wales feel towards England than we do towards them. The fans bring that as well.

“That’s a game where you want to get your business done, before you play Wales. That’s important for England that they do well in the first two matches.”

Jamie Redknapp speaking on Sky Sports’ World Cup Preview show: “It’s a horrible situation, you don’t want to go into the Wales game without having the best results because they will come out firing. Iran vs Wales — LIVE | Watch

“It’s almost more than a football match. You have to be controlled when you take a team like Wales on.” Iran vs Wales — LIVE | Watch

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