Wales got off to a solid start to their World Cup campaign in Qatar but are now looking for a first win as they face Iran in Group B.
Rop Page’s side came from behind to draw 1-1 with the United States on Monday in Wales’ first World Cup match for 64 years as Iran were beaten 6-2 by England.
Now, Wales are looking to take a giant step towards reaching the last 16 in Qatar, and will depend largely on captain Gareth Bale, whose penalty secured the valuable point against the Americans earlier this week.
Then, later on Friday, England take on the USA in the other Group B game.
Here’s everything you need to know.
When is it?
Wales v Iran is scheduled to kick off at 10am GMT (1pm local time) on Friday, November 25th.
The game will take place at Ahmed bin Ali Stadium in Al Rayyan.
How can I watch?
In the UK, the match will be broadcast live on BBC One and also streamed live on the broadcaster’s website and the BBC iPlayer app. S4C will also broadcast the game in Wales.
What’s new from the team?
Ethan Ampadu suffered an ankle problem during Wales’ draw with the United States, while Kieffer Moore is expected to start after his decisive performance off the bench earlier in the week.
For Iran, Alireza Beiranvand was unable to play due to concussion protocols, the goalkeeper having been substituted against England after a clash of heads. Hossein Hosseini, who replaced him, should start in his place.
Wales XI: Hennessey; Mepham, Rodon, Davies; Roberts, Ramsey, Ampadu, Williams; James, Bale; Moorish
Iran XI: H Hosseini; Moharrami, Pouraliganji, Cheshmi, M Hosseini, Mohammadi; Jakanbakhsh, Noorollahi, Karimi, Gholizadeh; Taremi
Wales – 10/11
Iran – 3/1
Draw – 10/21
Wales won their first World Cup victory, but not without a few problems along the way. Wales 2-1 Iran🇧🇷