Group B continues with Wales hosting Iran at the Ahmad Bin Ali Stadium at 13:00 local time.
Wales are once again likely to be backed by a vociferous support in Qatar. The Welsh fans were in terrific voice on Monday night and having seen their side perform admirably five days ago, they will be feeling confident of taking all three points from this contest. Rob Page’s side took a while to find their feet against the USA, however, the addition of Keiffer Moore changed the dynamic of their forward line and they deservedly took a point from the contest.
Iran have been praised for their defensive qualities, however, they were carved apart by England on Monday afternoon. Nevertheless, Team Melli did look capable at the other end of the field and scored twice through FC Porto striker Mehdi Taremi. Coming into this game with a goal difference of -4 is far from ideal and they will need to ensure that they don’t fall behind early and have to chase the game.
10Bet have priced up Wales as the 23/20 favourites for this clash and that is likely to be based on their recent performances at major tournament. Nevertheless, Iran can take some confidence from netting twice against England and can be backed for an unexpected victory at 11/4.