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Iran need to beat Bosnia and hope Argentina does them a favour in the other Group F fixture if they are to qualify.
Carlos Quieroz’s side have been defensively solid in the 2014 World Cup, only conceding their first goal in the last minute of their second fixture.
Unfortunately for them they sit on one point, with Lionel Messi’s last minute winner breaking Iranian hearts.
For long periods Iran did superbly and even threatened a shock winner, before the Barcelona man scored a superb solo effort.
Bosnia have done well in both games this tournament, however narrow losses to Argentina and Nigeria mean they are going home.
In their first World Cup, Bosnia certainly haven’t embarrassed themselves, although exited at the earliest possible opportunity.
Peter Odemwingie scored the only goal as Nigeria beat Bosnia in their second fixture, with Edin Dzeko having a good goal disallowed.
Iran have met Bosnia five times prior to Wednesday’s match, with the Asian side winning four and drawing the other fixture.
After impressive cameos off the bench, Vedad Ibisevic will start alongside Dzeko in a change of formation for Bosnia.
Miralem Pjanic was man of the match in Bosnia’s loss to Nigeria and will the Roma man will look to leave a bigger mark on the tournament.
Quieroz is unlikely to alter his side, after their encouraging showing against Nigeria on Monday evening.
This would see the NEC youngster Alireza Jahanbakhsh remain as a substitute, with Fulham winger Dejagah preferred.
Bosnia (4-4-2): Begovic; Mujdza, Bicakcic, Spahic, Kolasinac; Besic, Hajrovic, Pjanic, Lulic, Ibisevic; Dzeko
Iran (4-2-3-1): Haghighi; Montazeri, Hosseini, Sadeqi, Pooladi; Heydari, Nekounam, Teymourian; Dejagah, Hajsafi; Ghoochannejhad