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To help you make your picks, our writers reveal who they think will break the deadlock this weekend.


Switzerland v Iceland: Ricardo Rodriguez 

Switzerland do not have a regular goalscorer, so it makes sense to choose their excellent penalty-taker to open the scoring against Iceland.

The AC Milan left-back has scored three goals in his last 10 internationals, two of which came from the spot.

Iceland gave away two penalties at the World Cup, and conceded 16 goals in their last six matches overall.

Adam Drury

England v Spain: Sergio Ramos 

England conceded from set pieces against Panama and Colombia during the World Cup, and there are few players better in the air than Ramos.

The defender has scored three goals in his opening four matches for Real Madrid this season and also forced Spain’s opener in their last-16 match against Russia at the World Cup.

Will Rook

Germany v Peru: Thomas Muller 

Muller has been a reliable scorer for Germany under Joachim Low, who has stayed loyal to Germany’s underperforming World Cup stars.

The 29-year-old came into the international break having scored in back-to-back Bundesliga matches, including the opener against Hoffenheim two weeks ago.

Tom Bowles

France v Holland: Kylian Mbappe 

Mbappe was the star of this summer’s World Cup, scoring four goals in seven games to help France triumph in Russia.

The 19-year-old’s superb form has continued into this season. He has netted four times for PSG so far in just three matches.

Jack Green