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To help you make your picks, our writers reveal who they think will break the deadlock in the Copa America, U21 Euros, MLS and Women's World Cup this weekend.

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Peru v Brazil: Philippe Coutinho

Peru conceded first in their 3-1 win over Bolivia last time out, while Brazil are yet to concede this tournament.

Backing a Brazilian to open the scoring is sensible, with Coutinho the best bet.

The midfielder opened the scoring six times for Barcelona last season, and netted a double in Brazil’s opening victory over Bolivia last week.

Guy Giles

Belgium U21 v Italy U21: Federico Chiesa

Belgium have been poor so far in this competition, losing both of their matches, so they will likely concede the first goal.

Chiesa is the obvious bet after scoring twice in Italy’s opening victory against Spain.

The Fiorentina forward scored 12 goals at club level last season, netting the first goal of the game four times.

Adam Drury

Cincinnati v LA Galaxy: Zlatan Ibrahimovic

Cincinnati have lost nine of their last 10 league games, conceding the first goal in eight of those.

So, it makes sense to look at the Galaxy, who have won back-to-back away games to nil in the MLS.

Ibrahimovic is their top scorer with 11 league goals and has netted two in his last two games. He’s the likeliest to bag first.

Will Rook

Colombia v Paraguay: Duvan Zapata

Colombia have won their last four matches to nil, so there’s no need to get too creative here.

While Radamel Falcao is their big-name striker, Zapata is the man in form, having found the net in each of their last three matches.

His performances off the bench against Peru and Argentina earned him a start against Qatar, and he’s worth backing to fire again after a 23-goal season for Atalanta in Serie A.

Jack Green

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