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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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Argentina v Colombia: Radamel Falcao

Argentina have lost their last two games against South American sides, Venezuela and Brazil, and conceded the opener in both.

Colombia have scored first in five of their last six matches, so that’s where I’m looking.

Falcao will definitely start for Los Cafeteros and has scored two in his last four appearances for his country. He’s also his side’s penalty-taker.

Will Rook

Poland U21 v Belgium U21: Dodi Lukebakio

Lukebakio scored 16 goals for club and country last season, netting first with three of his 14 goals for Dusseldorf.

The Watford loanee scored in both of his appearances for the Belgium Under-21s, so he seems a sensible bet to open the scoring here.

Poland have conceded first in three of their last four games.

Adam Drury

Italy U21 v Spain U21: Moise Kean

Kean started six matches for Juventus last season, scoring four goals and breaking the deadlock twice.

The 19-year-old netted 11 goals overall last term, including two in two for the Italy Under-21s and two in two for the senior national team.

Spain were finalists two years ago, but only kept four clean sheets in 10 matches in qualifying.

Adam Drury

Uruguay v Ecuador: Luis Suarez

Uruguay have won their last three games 3-0, 4-0 and 3-0, so it’s worth sticking with one of their players here.

Unlike Maxi Gomez, Edinson Cavani and Cristhian Stuani, Suarez is guaranteed to start and he found the net in a friendly against Panama last week.

The Barcelona striker is coming off a 28-goal season for club and country and is the likeliest scorer in this Copa America Group C opener.

Jack Green

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