Netherlands v England –

England failed to score in their last two games against Germany and Brazil, but should put at least one past a Netherlands side that only kept two clean sheets in 10 World Cup qualifying games.

The Oranje have lost 3-2 to France, 2-1 to Greece and 2-1 to Italy at home in the past two years.

They’ve also scored 15 goals in their last four games on home turf, and are worth backing to find the net against the Three Lions.

Germany v Spain –

Germany have scored in 14 of their last 15 games – with England the only side to keep them out – and 22 consecutive home matches.

Joachim Low’s side have also kept just two clean sheets in their last 11 games, and now face Spain, who have scored 23 goals in their last six games.

Spain’s last match was a 3-3 draw at Russia, and Friday’s friendly should be similarly high-scoring.

Portugal v Egypt –

Portugal have found the net in each of their last seven games, and in 17 of their last 18 dating back to September 2016.

The European champions will almost certainly score against Egypt, but will also struggle to keep a clean sheet against a side that have scored in 13 of their last 15 games.

The visitors can rely upon Liverpool’s Mohamed Salah, who has scored 37 goals for club and country, including four against Watford last weekend.

France v Colombia –

France have scored twice in each of their last three games, the most recent of which was a 2-2 draw against Germany in November.

Les Bleus have netted at least two goals in nine of their last 11 friendlies dating back two years, and face a Colombia side that have kept just one clean sheet in five.

The South Americans are also an exciting attacking side, having got on the scoresheet in nine of their 10 games in the last year.


*Odds subject to change.