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Two sides in desperate need of a win and three valuable World Cup qualifying points are Iraq and Syria. Both sides sit adrift of the final qualifying places and need a win to stay in touch, a defeat for either side will seriously dent any aspirations of further progression.
- Odds: 6/5 (2.20)
- Both teams to score
- Odds: 6/5 (2.20)
- Under 2.5 goals
- Odds: 4/9 (1.44)
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It’s hard to have faith in either of these teams as their records are patchy, but Iraq have the better form out of the two as Syria are in dreadful form with only one win in their last six. The safer option will be back to Iraq who although not winning, have only lost two of their last fourteen matches.
Both teams to score
This is a slightly tricky one to call as both sides have very differing form when it comes to both teams scoring. Syria have seen both teams score in four of their last five with Iraq only twice in their last five. When these sides meet both teams have scored in three of their last five and in a match both teams need to win we will back both teams to score.
Over 2.5 goals
When it comes to betting the over or under 2.5 market it’s a tricky market to gauge. Iraq have seen the 2.5 goal barrier exceeded twice in their last five, with Syria seeing the 2.5 goal barrier exceeded in three of their last five. When these sides meet the under 2.5 goals have been achieved in their last five and this is what we are going to back here.
The Best Match Odds for Iraq vs Syria
Frequently Asked Questions
Where is the venue for this fixture?
The match will be played in a neutral location and will be played in Doha at the Thani bin Jassim Stadium.
What is the Head to Head?
It’s very competitive with their being four draws and a win for Syria in the last five matches between the sides.
What is the kick-off time for Iraq vs Syria
The match will start at 17:00 GMT on 11th November 2021.
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