Marc McNulty -

McNulty will finish the season as League Two’s top goalscorer if he finds the net in Monday’s play-off final against Exeter.

The striker has scored seven goals in his last six matches, including a hat-trick in the penultimate game of the season and once in both legs of the semi-final against Notts County.

Exeter have kept just two clean sheets in 11 matches, and conceded twice to Blackpool in this final at Wembley a year ago.

Mario Balotelli -

Roberto Mancini’s first big move as Italy manager has been to bring back Mario Balotelli, and he should be rewarded against Saudi Arabia.

The striker has scored 25 goals this season, including four in his last four matches, and has 33 caps’ worth of international experience to call upon.

Saudi Arabia have conceded four goals in each of their last two away games, and are without an away clean sheet at a team ranked inside the top 80 since December 2012.

Kylian Mbappe -

Mbappe was left out of PSG’s team last weekend, so should be well rested for the first of France’s pre-World Cup friendlies against the Republic of Ireland.

And, having scored twice in Les Bleus’ last match against Russia, he is a good bet to repeat the trick on Monday.

Martin O’Neill’s visitors have only managed a clean sheet against Oman in their last eight friendlies, and have just three defenders with more than five caps in their squad.


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