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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.


Uruguay v Peru: Edinson Cavani

Cavani has scored six goals in his last 10 Uruguay appearances, so it makes sense to back him here.

Two of those goals have been the first of the game, including Tuesday’s winner against Chile.

Peru were hammered 5-0 by Brazil on Saturday, so are hardly in great shape heading into this one.

Adam Drury

Minnesota United v Cincinnati: Darwin Quintero

Cincinnati have lost seven straight away games in the MLS and have failed to score the opening goal in six of those.

We’ll look at Minnesota instead, given they have scored the first goal in five of their last six home games.

Quintero is in great form, having netted four in his last two appearances for the Loons, and looks the best bet to open the scoring here.

Will Rook

Atlanta United v Montreal Impact: Julian Gressel

Atlanta have won their last five home games to nil, so it makes sense to select one of their players here.

The hosts are missing star striker Josef Martinez, making this a trickier pick than it usually is, but Gressel looks a fine alternative.

The midfielder is one of the few Atlanta players aside from Martinez who has scored this season, having bagged three goals so far, including one against Toronto on Thursday.

Jack Green

Cameroon v Ghana: Jordan Ayew

This is an evenly-matched game, but one Ghana forward is in good enough form to side with them.

Ayew has scored three goals in his last three internationals, including one in his side’s opener against Benin on Tuesday.

Of his last four international goals, two have been the first of the game.

Adam Drury


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