USA vs Iran Live Stream: How to Watch World Cup 2022 Live Online, USMNT TV Channel, Predictions, Odds, Time

USA men face Iran in their final group stage match at the 2022 FIFA World Cup in Qatar on Tuesday. The goal is simple for Americans: Win this match and you advance to the next round; lose and you go home and prepare to host the World Cup in three and a half years. Although there is no need to look at the dashboard like the Wales versus. England game is played at the same time, there is actually a scenario where the USMNT can win Group B if England lose. But the mission is clear as day for Gregg Berhalter’s men and all eyes are on victory.

USA have struggled to put the ball in the back of the net, with just one goal scored so far, but the defense have been pretty reliable, with only one allowed. It’s a two-game story for Iran who, after conceding six to England, tightened things up to win 2-0 against Wales. It will be difficult to say which team the USMNT will see in this game. This will be the second World Cup meeting between these two teams and the first since 1998 in Francewhere Iran beat the Americans, 2-1.

Here are our scenarios, how you can watch the game and more:

How to watch and odds

  • Date: Tuesday, Nov. 29 | Time: 2 p.m. ET
  • Location: Al Thumama Stadium — Doha, Qatar
  • TV: Fox | Direct: fuboTV (Try for free)
  • Odds: Iran +290; Draw +240; US -105 (via Caesars Sportsbook)

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Iran: Mejdi Taremi was already seen as a dangerous man for Iran heading into the World Cup and he has lived up to his reputation with two goals and one assist so far. With five shots in two games and nine chances created, stopping Taremi will be Tyler Adams’ top priority in the game. If the USMNT is able to contain Taremi, there’s a good chance he’ll walk away with the win, but similar to allowing Gareth Bale to take a penalty against Wales, one mistake could be enough to make them pay.

United States: While the defense can keep doing what they’ve been doing, the USMNT needs to score if they’re going to win the game. A draw does not help qualify for the last 16. It may be tempting to change things up, but the USMNT should stay consistent as they have created chances every game and will just have to be more clinical to seize them.

Former USMNT defender Jimmy Conrad, who is in Qatar and accounts for a third of the In Soccer We Trust Podcast Team, suspect a fairly similar range, but with a particular change at the top. His suggestion is to bring Jesus Ferreira into the mix as someone who could create his own plan.

“What I understand is that we’re going to see a lot of the same roster choices that we’ve seen before,” Conrad said. “The only thing that’s in discussion, apparently, is the first three.

“Now I think we can sit here and say that [Christian] Pulisic and Timo Weah are going to be locks. Why would you want to take them off, why is there a reason to take them off, unless you think they had an injury problem, maybe there’s a yellow card problem, but . .. you just want to win the game and get out of the group and figure it out from there.

“So really for me it’s just number nine. Do you go with Haji Wright, do you go with Josh Sargent? Or do you go with the player who I think is probably the best at creating his own shot , and that’s Jesus Ferrera At this point, it looks like there might be some method to the madness in terms of their attackers and what they were thinking and how it’s going to play out.

“We’re going to see a low block from Iran. They only need a draw and they seem to be ready for this one in particular.”

Listen below to Jimmy, Charlie Davies and Heath Pearce breaking down the game against Iran. Be sure to follow In Football We Trust: A CBS Sports Football Podcast where three times a week your three favorite former USMNT players cover everything you could want to know about the beautiful game in the United States.


With the pressure on, the United States will do the work to qualify for the knockout stages of the World Cup. Take: United States 1, Iran 0

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