It is a win-or-go-home match for the United States soccer team on Tuesday as they play Iran.
The U.S. has earned two draws so far in the World Cup tournament, including Friday's 0-0 tie against England. They were within minutes of winning their opener and in control of their destiny when Timothy Weah scored the United States' lone tournament goal against Wales in the opener. The Welsh scored on a penalty kick to cost the United States an important point.
After losing to England in the opener, Iran topped Wales 2-0, giving them an extra point in the tournament.
The opening kickoff is set for 1 p.m.