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From uefa.com:

Testing Time For Sliskovic

Bosnia-Herzegovina have arranged a friendly international in Iran on 2 February as preparation for their remaining 2006 FIFA World Cup qualifiers.

Going well
After facing the Iranians, Blaz Sliskovic's men will travel to Brussels to play Belgium on 26 March before receiving Lithuania four days later in Sarajevo. They are currently fourth in Group 7 with two points from two matches after creditable 1-1 and 0-0 home draws against Spain and Serbia and Montenegro respectively.

Second-place goal
Sliskovic said: "The match against Iran will serve as a test of our form and the form of those players that were injured and missed the matches in the autumn. Despite having only two points from two matches, we are not backing off from our goal to come second in our group." The teams last met in an August 2001 friendly, when Iran won 4-0.
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What do you think of this game? Who do you think will win?
 

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Rafo said:
Tough to tell. Iran's starters from foreign clubs haven't played together for a long time. Bosnia has a good chance to win.

BTW, Keep an eye of Karimi. You'll enjoy every move of him.
How old is he?
 

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Rafo said:
26. Has wasted his huge talent in UAE for some years now. Every German fan I talked to was impressed by his technique.

Is Salihamidzic playing?
He had a surgery about 2 weeks ago but he will be ready for the game.
 
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