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Four points clear at the top of their qualifying group with four wins and no defeats to their name, Iran need just two more victories from the final four matches to seal their place at World Cup 2018.
Having won seven consecutive qualifiers on home turf, they should have little trouble in moving one step closer to Russia by coming out on top against a Chinese team that has lost three and won none of the last four on the road.
Currently first in Asia’s other qualification group, Saudi Arabia will also feel confident of bolstering their own World Cup credentials when they welcome Iraq to Jeddah.
Unbeaten in nine qualification matches in their own back yard stretching back to 2011, Bert Van Marwijk’s men should prove too strong for a team that only beaten minnows Chinese Taipei in their last 10 away, losing all three so far this campaign.
After an impressive 3-0 World Cup qualification victory over Hungary, Portugal have now won their last four consecutive matches by an aggregate scoreline of 19-1.
With 10 goals to their name in the last two games themselves, Sweden should ensure over 2.5 goals are scored for their sixth match in seven in an entertaining friendly encounter.
After dropping out of the South American qualification places with defeat in Argentina, Chile will be desperate to get their campaign back on track against Venezuela.
With just one defeat to their name in 10 home qualification matches, La Roja should prove far too strong for a visiting team that has lost seven and won none of their last nine on the road.
Having moved three points clear of their qualification group with a fourth consecutive victory by overcoming Ukraine last time out, Croatia are looking a sure bet for Russia 2018.
Considering Estonia’s recent results include a 6-0 defeat to Portugal, 5-0 loss against Bosnia-Herzegovina and an 8-1 thrashing by Belgium, Ante Cacic’s side seem like an equally safe bet to come out on top in this friendly clash.
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