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Iran vs. Wales Prediction, Odds and Lineups for World Cup 2022

Iran takes on Wales this Friday for an interesting World Cup contest. Jon Conahan breaks down all of the important match information with his Iran vs. Wales prediction, odds, and lineups.
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Iran vs. Wales Prediction, Odds and Lineups for World Cup 2022

Iran vs. Wales Start Time, Where To Watch and Odds

  • When: Friday, November 25, 2022
  • Start Time: 7:00 am ET
  • Where To Watch: FOX

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Iran and Wales find themselves in a difficult position as they're in a loaded Group with England and USA. Iran got beat in their first game, 6-2. Their inability to stop the attack was a major issue and although England is an elite club, giving up six goals is inexcusable.

Wales shocked many on Monday against Team USA. They scored a goal in the 82nd minute to tie the game and come away with a 1-1 tie. A 1-1 tie for them is huge as they now have a point. At this point, anything can happen and they even have a chance of advancing out of the group stage if things go their way.

Iran vs. Wales Odds


The current Iran vs. Wales odds see Wales coming in as the favorite at +110. However, a favorite having plus odds is telling. Do the oddsmakers truly believe that they're much better than Iran? Could this game end in a draw at +220?

If the first few days of the World Cup are any indication, we could see either team win.

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Iran vs. Wales Betting Data

The Iran vs. Wales public betting data is certainly interesting. Bettors are backing Wales at nearly a 70% rate. With plus odds still, it's not a bad idea to get them when their value is this high.

Iran bettors might be onto something here. Wales isn't necessarily the best team in the World Cup and could lose to a team like Iran.

This could come back to pay off big time for these bettors as a $100 dollar bet could profit $335.


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Iran vs. Wales Prediction

There's not a ton to say here about Wales. They put themselves in the perfect position to get out of the group stage and now the ball is in their court. There's still much more work to do and worrying about Iran will be the first task.

A loss here for Wales would put them in a tough position. However, it wouldn't mean that they're done just yet. The USA still has to take on England, meaning there's a good chance that they will also have a loss. The two teams must take care of business against Iran and find a way to get the job done.

Gareth Bale is the guy that has to get going for Wales. He has the top goalscorer odds and will look to deliver for his Wales team.

Iran vs. Wales Prop Pick Prediction: Gareth Bale to score a goal odds +160 with DraftKings Sportsbook

Iran vs. Wales Prop Pick Prediction: Gareth Bale to have 2+ Shots on Target, odds +110 with DraftKings Sportsbook

Iran vs. Wales Projected Lineup

Iran: H. Hosseini, Moharrami, Pouraliganji, Cheshmi, M. Hosseini, Mohammadi, Jahanbakhsh, Noorollahi, Karimi, Gholizadeh, Taremi

Wales: Hennessey, Mepham, Rodon, Davies, Roberts, Ramsey, Ampadu, Williams; James, Bale, Moore

Iran World Cup Odds

Iran isn't expected to do much in the World Cup and the Iran World Cup odds certainly reflect that. They even have the worst odds in the entire tournament to win it all at +100000. A $10 bet would pay out $10,010. We've seen crazy things happen before, but nothing like this quite yet.

Save your $10 and play it somewhere else.

Wales World Cup Odds

Wales doesn't exactly have the best odds to win the World Cup either. With +35000 odds, sportsbooks aren't expecting them to do much.

However, if they do get out of group play, that's when anything can happen. Perhaps that $10 you just saved from not betting on Iran could go to Wales to win it all and earn a great payout.

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An Editor and Analyst for OddsChecker, Jon Conahan has been covering all major sports since 2019. He is a 2022 graduate of the Bellisario School of Journalism at Penn State University and previously played D1 baseball.


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