SAINT PETERSBURG (Reuters) - A luckless draw has severely dented Morocco and Iran's hopes of making a mark at the World Cup before a ball has been kicked, and they head into their opening match in St Petersburg on Friday knowing defeat could likely mean an early exit.


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