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To help you make your picks, our writers reveal who they think will break the deadlock in the Copa America, MLS and AFCON this weekend.

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Egypt v South Africa: Mohamed Salah

South Africa scored just once in the group stages while Egypt netted five without conceding, so back a Pharaoh here.

Salah may look a boring choice but the Liverpool star has scored twice already in the tournament.

That haul included the opener in their 2-0 win over Uganda last weekend.

Guy Giles

Argentina v Chile: Eduardo Vargas

Vargas missed a late consolation penalty against Peru on Wednesday, but can make up for it here.

The forward has scored twice in this tournament, and ranks third to Luis Suarez and Edinson Cavani for shots per game.

Argentina have conceded first in three of their five matches in this competition.

Adam Drury

USA Women v Netherlands Women: Megan Rapinoe

USA have scored inside 12 minutes in all six of their matches in the Women’s World Cup, so they’re clearly the team to side with in the final.

Alex Morgan is their top scorer with six goals, but five of those came against Thailand, so it’s worth looking elsewhere.

Rapinoe has netted five goals so far, including the opener against both Spain and France, and should return to the starting line-up after she missed the semi-final with a minor hamstring injury.

Jack Green

Brazil v Peru: Gabriel Jesus

Peru were hammered 5-0 by Brazil earlier in this tournament, so are likely to concede first here.

Jesus didn’t score in that game, but did net the opener in his side’s semi-final victory against Argentina on Wednesday.

He has scored first in three of the last four matches that he has netted in.

Adam Drury

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