MLI 0 - 2 MAR
MAR 4 - 0 CMR
MAR 3 - 1 ZAM
UGA 2 - 5 MAR
MAR 0 - 0 RWA
MAR 1 - 0 TOG
CTA 0 - 2 MAR
MAR 4 - 1 CTA


BIH 0 - 2 IRN
UZB 1 - 2 IRN
Head to Head
1 Matches (0 Draws)
0 Total wins 1
0 Home wins 0
0 Away wins 1
Last 5 Matches
0 Wins
0 Draw
1 Wins
MAR 0 - 1 IRN
0 Goals Scored 1
Games Over 2.5 Goals 0 / 1
Both Teams Scored 0 / 1
Team Comparison
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Player Comparison

Match Facts

  1. Morocco and Iran have never met at the World Cup. In fact, they’ve faced each other only once previously, a game which ended in a draw.
  2. Morocco have qualified for their fifth World Cup, their first since 1998. They have never progressed further than the round of 16 (1986), being eliminated in the group stages three times in their four previous appearances.
  3. Morocco have won only two of their 13 games at the World Cup (D4 L7), including five defeats in their last seven games (W1 D1). They’ve also never won an opening game in the competition (D2 L2).
  4. None of Morocco’s 12 goals at the World Cup have been scored from a set-piece, all of them coming from open play.
  5. Morocco were the only team not to concede a single goal in the third round of CAF qualifiers for Russia 2018 (6 games).
  6. Iran have qualified for the World Cup in back-to-back tournaments for the first time ever. However, they have never reached the knockout stages, winning only one of their 12 games (D3 L8) - against USA on 21 June 1998 (2-1).
  7. Iran have only kept one clean sheet in their 12 World Cup games (0-0 v Nigeria, June 2014), scoring more than one goal only once, in their sole win against USA in 1998.
  8. Iran were unbeaten in their qualifying campaign for the 2018 World Cup, winning 12 games and drawing the other six (AFC Second Round + Third Round). They also kept 14 clean sheets in those 18 games.
  9. This is Hervé Renard’s first World Cup as manager. The Morocco boss is the only manager to win the African Cup of Nations with two different teams (Zambia, Ivory Coast).
  10. Carlos Queiroz is taking part in his third consecutive World Cup tournament as manager, and second in a row with Iran. His best performance was in 2010, when he led Portugal to the Round of 16 before being knocked out by eventual winners Spain.
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