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To help you make your picks, our writers reveal who they think will break the deadlock in these international matches this weekend.

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Portugal v Switzerland: Cristiano Ronaldo

Who else? Ronaldo, who returned to the international fold during the last international break, is the obvious choice to open the scoring in Porto.

The 34-year-old netted 28 times for Juventus this season - comfortably the most prolific scorer in the Portugal squad.

Switzerland may have scored 10 goals in their last three, but a Portugal player is the right call here – they have conceded just three in their last six at home.

Guy Giles

Netherlands v England: Raheem Sterling

England have notched 10 goals in their last two matches and scored at least twice in each of their last five.

Sterling netted six goals during that run, including a brace against Spain in October and a hat-trick against Czech Republic in March.

The Manchester City winger is coming off a 31-goal season for club and country, and scored twice against Watford in the FA Cup final last month.

Jack Green

Denmark v Republic of Ireland: No goalscorer

These two sides have met four times in the last two years, with three of those matches finishing as goalless draws.

Denmark have kept seven straight clean sheets at home, so they are unlikely to be breached by an Ireland attack that have scored just two goals in their last six games.

Mick McCarthy’s side, meanwhile, haven’t conceded in their last four, so a backing stalemate is the best bet.

Will Rook

Austria v Slovenia: Marko Arnautovic

Arnautovic ended his domestic season strongly, scoring three goals in his last two West Ham matches.

He is the obvious bet to open the scoring here, having netted three of Austria’s last five goals.

The 30-year-old scored twice last year in a friendly against Slovenia, who have kept one clean sheet in their last nine away games.

Adam Drury

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