Arsenal v PSG – Yes

Arsenal dominated early on against Atletico Madrid on Thursday but failed to break through until Emile Smith-Rowe found the net in the second half.

Nonetheless, the Gunners looked dangerous with Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang and Alexandre Lacazette both starting, and Mesut Ozil is due to join the Gunners’ attacking contingent on Saturday.

Expect a high-scoring game when they play PSG, who are always good for a goal but also let in three in a 3-1 defeat to Bayern last Saturday.

Juventus v Benfica – No

Juventus started a first-team player at almost every position in their first ICC game against Bayern, except up-front, where 21-year-old Andrea Favilli played and scored twice in a 2-0 win.

Crucially, Giorgio Chiellini and Daniele Rugani both started at the back for the Bianconeri, and they kept a clean sheet against a Bayern side that, while not at full strength, still included players like Franck Ribery, Sandro Wagner, Serge Gnabry and Arjen Robben.

Benfica drew 2-2 with Dortmund on Thursday but managed just three shots on target, and they could struggle to break down a Juve side that is much better at the back.

Chelsea v Inter Milan – Yes

That Inter have drawn 3-3 with Zenit and 1-1 with Sheffield United in their last two friendlies suggests they will struggle to keep out Maurizio Sarri’s Chelsea.

The Blues beat Perth Glory 1-0 on Monday and should again find the net this Saturday with Alvaro Morata and Pedro – who scored in that match – likely to start again.

Absences at the back meant David Luiz and Ethan Ampadu played at centre-back for Chelsea against Perth, and they could be vulnerable against an Inter front line that will include Mauro Icardi.

Manchester United v Liverpool –

Liverpool beat Manchester City 2-1 on Thursday in their second ICC game, having lost 3-1 to Dortmund last Sunday.

Mohamed Salah and Sadio Mane both got on the scoresheet last time out, and the Reds with always be worth backing to score when those two are available.

A clean sheet is again unlikely for Liverpool given that United drew 1-1 against AC Milan last time out and will likely start Alexis Sanchez, who scored in that match and has impressed in pre-season.


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