Mario Mandzukic –

Mandzukic missed Croatia’s friendly with Brazil on Sunday, so should return to the side as the primary goal threat for this game against Senegal.

The 32-year-old starts as a centre-forward for his national team, and will receive service from Luka Modric, Ivan Perisic and Andrej Kramaric.

Senegal kept a clean sheet against Luxembourg last weekend, but have conceded once to Sierra Leone, Guinea and Uzbekistan, and twice to Burkina Faso, in the last year.

Julian Draxler –

Several Germany attackers are odds-on to score against Saudi Arabia, so there is value in backing Draxler at a price the right side of evens.

The winger was handed a very public vote of confidence as Leroy Sane was left out of the 23-man squad this week, and should start after being used as a substitute against Austria last time out.

Having scored in his last home friendly against a side ranked outside the top 10 – last year’s 6-0 victory over Norway – the Bayer Leverkusen winger is a good bet to score on his home ground on Friday.

Kamil Grosicki –

Grosicki is fantastic value to score at a price more than double that of Robert Lewandowski against Senegal on Friday.

The Hull midfielder has played in a more central attacking position for Poland recently, netting three goals in his last five games for the national team.

Given that Chile have played twice inside the last week, he has a great opportunity to extend that run.


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