Read a preview and watch live match streaming as Iran look for their first World Cup goal and a place in the last 16.
Where: Arena Fonte Nova
When: 17:00 BST
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Iran are the only team at this summer’s FIFA World Cup that has yet to score a goal.
Nevertheless, Carlos Queiroz’s side are still in with a chance of qualifying from Group F.
The Asian nation must beat Bosnia and Herzegovina, who have already been eliminated, and hope that Argentina beat Nigeria, with three goal swing (one side must win by more than one) taking place.
Iran are one of the most well organised sides at the tournament.
The largely part-time team have conceded just two goals in their last six matches and they came within seconds of keeping a clean sheet against Argentina, only to be denied by a stunning stoppage-time winner from Lionel Messi.
Iran’s problem is going forward – they have only scored four times in their last seven outings – a run of games that has seen them play the likes of Guinea, Angola and Trinidad and Tobago.
Although they are already out of the running, Bosnia will be motivated by the prospect of getting their first ever victory at the World Cup finals.