Iran will be going for goals - Dejagah

There are two sides to any successful team and, for 181 minutes at Brazil 2014, Iran have been near-flawless in one. Few defences at this World Cup have been as disciplined or well-drilled as Carlos Queiroz's, and it took a goal out of nothing - a moment of pure Lionel Messi inspiration - for all their diligence to be undone.

The Fulham defender was delighted with his side's display against Argentina.

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Messi scored his second World Cup goal against Bosnia.

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Saturday sees an important clash in Group F as Argentina face Carlos Queiroz and Iran. The Argentinians began their campaign with a victory over Bosnia, meanwhile for Iran, a goalless draw was the result of their game against Nigeria.

With Lionel Messi criticising the tactics of coach Alejandro Sabella against Bosnia, it remains to be seen what if any changes the 59-year-old will make.

Coverage begins at 4pm on ITV as Adrian Chiles is joined by World Cup winners Patrick Vieira and Fabio Cannavaro, as well as Republic of Ireland manager Martin O'Neill