Georgia v Malta: No –
Georgia have kept clean sheets in their last two matches, while just one of their last six matches has produced goals at both ends.
Expect another low-scoring affair when they play Malta, who have failed to score in seven of their last nine games.
Tunisia v Turkey: No –
Tunisia are a solid defensive team at home, having conceded just one goal in their last four matches on their own turf.
A clean sheet looks likely for England’s Group G opponents against Turkey, who have failed to score against Iceland, Macedonia, Ukraine and Romania inside their last seven away games.
France v Italy: Yes –
France scored twice against Republic of Ireland on Monday and are expected to restore Antoine Griezmann to the starting line-up against Italy.
The Azzurri looked rejuvenated with Mario Balotelli up-front in Roberto Mancini’s first game in charge – a 2-1 win over Saudi Arabia on Friday – and they should penetrate a French defence that have kept one clean sheet in four.
Egypt v Colombia: No –
Egypt took 81 minutes to find the net against Kuwait last week with Mohammed Salah out injured, and also failed to get on the scoresheet against Greece in March when the Liverpool forward remained on the bench.
They are likely to struggle to score again on Friday against a Colombia side that drew 0-0 with Romania last time out.
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