Iran vs Nigeria by Miaunel
The ex. goalkeeper Carlos Manuel Queiroz is the manager of Iran since 2011. He also trained club like Manchester United 2002-2003, Real Madrid 2003-2004, again Manchester United from 2004-2008 but as an assistant and Portugal from 2008-2010.
So Iran has a great coach but it's hard to promote WC football with a team like Iran, a team that qualified after matches against Maldives, Indonesia, Qatar, Bahrain.
These teams are of the level of Singapore or a little bit Thailand, but not greater than China.
Back to our match, since there will be a fair-play match and the bookies are expecting the same developing adding the choice on market with the limit of 3,5 yellow cards, with Nigeria's first chance and their top players I see Iran getting dominated below midfield.
Domination could cause temper lose or mistakes for both sides.
|Iran to receive the first yellow card||Bet365||1.83||10||Yes WON (+8.3 units)|
* Odds as of post published time and are subject to change.