Bosnia vs. Iran Odds
BRAZIL (The Spread) – Iran needs a win today over Bosnia-Herzegovina at Noon ET if it is going to have a shot to stay alive in the 2014 World Cup.
This is a match out of Group F. Iran is 0-1-1 in its two matches while Bosnia is 0-2-0. Iran has a shot to reach the next round with a win today and a loss by Nigeria, but it will also need to improve is -1 goal differential. According to oddsmakers at Bovada.lv, Bosnia is the favorite in this match, as it has odds of +105 to win, while Iran has been given a money line of +240 to win. The odds of a draw have been set at +265, while the over/under total has been listed at two goals.
Bosnia-Herzegovina is playing in its first World Cup and is now 0-2 after suffering a 2-1 loss to Argentina and a 1-0 loss to Nigeria. In the loss to Nigeria, Bosnia had its chances to score, tallying 18 total shots and 10 shots on goal. Bosnia also controlled the ball for 54% of the match and picked up 25 tackles. The team was led in the match by Edin Dzeko, who had seven shots, four of which were on goal.
Iran is now 1-7-3 all-time in World Cup play following a scoreless draw with Nigeria and a 1-0 loss to Argentina. Iran nearly earned another scoreless draw with Argentina, but it gave up a goal to Lionel Messi in stoppage time to take the 1-0 loss. Iran had possession for just 30% of the match and only amassed eight shots in the 90 minutes of play. The team was led by Reza Choochannejhad, who had a team-high three shots.