World Cup 2022: Wales v Iran - Moore would start in your team to play Iran

Brennan Johnson, Kieffer Moore and Gareth Bale
Kieffer Moore (centre) came on at at half-time to spark a Wales revival which led to an equaliser from Gareth Bale (right)
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BBC Sport online users are in no doubt Kieffer Moore should start Friday's World Cup game against Iran.

The Bournemouth striker transformed Wales as a second half substitute in the 1-1 draw against USA - and all but a handful of voters pick him in their XI for game two.

Most would also risk starting Joe Allen, who has trained this week having been out injured for over two months.

Harry Wilson and Daniel James are the players you would leave out.

BBC Sport voters narrowly opted for Danny Ward as their first-choice goalkeeper for the opening group B game, but Wayne Hennessey's performance against the Americans clearly impressed. This time more than 70% of you opt for the Nottingham Forest veteran.

More than 93% include Moore in their selection, marginally the most popular choice ahead of Ben Davies (93.04%).

Captain Gareth Bale, who scored Wales' equaliser on Monday, is chosen in 92.97% of your teams.

Allen polled the lowest number of votes of those who make your starting line-up, with many no doubt feeling cautious as the 72-cap Swansea City midfielder has not played since mid-September because of a hamstring injury.

Of those who miss out, Forest forward Brennan Johnson came closest to making his way into your top XI, just ahead of Wilson and James.

BBC Sport online voters Wales team to play Iran

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