3 anytime goalscorer tips for Sunday's internationals
These picks from Sunday's international friendlies represent good value to find the net. If you fancy them all, back the 17/1 treble.
Philippe Coutinho (Brazil - 15.00) –
Coutinho ended the season brilliantly for Barcelona, scoring seven goals in his last seven games.
Brazil need the 25-year-old – who also scored in the March international break against Russia – to take that form into this friendly, with Neymar still not up to speed after injury.
Opponents Croatia have only kept clean sheets against Mexico, Greece, Ukraine and Kosovo in their last 14 matches and should prove generous opposition.
Jefferson Farfan (Peru - 19.00) -
Farfan spearheads a productive Peru side that have scored nine goals in their last four matches.
The striker has scored in three of those games, including in impressive victories over Croatia and Iceland, and netted 14 goals for Lokotomiv Moscow last season.
Saudi Arabia conceded twice to Italy on Monday, and this game should follow a similar pattern.
David Silva (Spain - 20.00) –
In a long list of potential Spain goalscorers, Silva stands out at a price not far short of 2/1.
The 32-year-old has netted seven goals in his last 10 games for La Roja, and comes into this game having completed the second-most prolific season of his career at club level.
Julen Lopetegui’s side have scored a whopping 35 goals in their last eight home matches, including six against Argentina in March, so chances are sure to present themselves for the Manchester City midfielder.
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