Ricky Holmes (Oxford) to score v Coventry (12:00)

For a player who has scored in three consecutive appearances, Holmes is a massive price to hit the net on Sunday.

The forward has scored over 20 goals at this level in the last two years, despite spending the second half of last season in the Championship at Sheffield United, and forms part of an attack that has scored 13 goals in their last five games.

Coventry have conceded five goals in their last three away games, and have managed just one clean sheet in their last five overall.

Antoine Griezmann (France) to score v Netherlands (19:45)

Griezmann was frustrated by Germany on Thursday, but can extend his excellent home record for France against the Netherlands on Sunday.

The 27-year-old has scored four goals in his last seven home international appearances, including in Les Bleus’ 4-0 win over this opposition last August, and also notched in Atletico Madrid’s only home game of this campaign so far.

The visitors have managed just one clean sheet from five matches under Ronald Koeman, so are unlikely to keep the French attack quiet.

Dennis Salanovic (Liechtenstein) to score v Gibraltar (19:45)

Gibraltar have conceded a whopping 64 goals in 13 away matches since the national team’s inception, not shipping fewer than three in any since their 1-1 draw with Estonia in May 2014.

So, on the basis that they will let in at least that many again, it’s a case of trying to pick a likely Liechtenstein goalscorer – no easy task, given that they have scored just twice in the last year.

Salanovic, who scored for FC Thun in the Swiss Super League last month, will play as a left-sided attacking midfielder, and notched his country’s last goal but one against Qatar in November.

Against one of few opponents that this should comfortably beat, there is value in backing him to add to that tally.

Nils Petersen (Germany) to score v Peru (19:45)

Predicting a starting XI for a friendly match is difficult, but it’s certainly worth taking a risk on Joachim Low picking Petersen for this game against Peru.

The Freiburg forward is 29, so has hardly been included in this post-World Cup squad just to gain experience, and scored 18 goals for Freiburg last season.

Having watched Thomas Muller, Marco Reus and Timo Werner feature ahead of him against France, he is a good bet to start and score against Peru, who conceded twice to the Netherlands this week.


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