European attackers to watch during international break

Talented forwards to look out for during international fixtures

Lacazette

Lacazette 7/4 to score anytime

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Europe’s top-flight leagues will come to a temporary halt as the international break takes over this week.

Crucial Euro 2016 qualifiers are set to take place, as well as entertaining international friendly match-ups, with plenty of great sides set to contest each other.

Among those European national squads are a vast array of attacking talent, which is set to be on show for the likes of France, Germany, Holland and Spain.

France

Euro 2016 hosts France will face last summer’s World Cup host nation Brazil in a mouth-watering friendly encounter, with a selection of threatening forwards set to feature.

Lyon’s menacing marksman Lacazette is a best priced 7/4 with Sky Bet to strike anytime against the Brazilians, after his sensational season so far in Ligue 1.

The ferocious Frenchman has netted an incredible 26 goals already this current campaign, firing his side to within a point of league leaders and reigning domestic champions PSG.

Lacazette’s club teammate Nabil Fekir earned his maiden call-up to Didier Deschamps’ national squad, after declaring his allegiance to France and not Algeria, where he has family roots.

The dazzling Lyon attacker has been a revelation this term, scoring 11 goals and making a superb seven assists, and is an 11/4 chance with Sky Bet to net anytime at the Stade de France.

Germany

Meanwhile, world champions Germany will contest Asian Cup victors Australia in another tasty international friendly clash.

Joachim Low’s dominant force will be hoping brilliant Borussia Dortmund attacker Marco Reus can convert his club form on to the international stage.

The in-form forward is 5/1 with Coral to open proceedings against Australia, having been at the forefront of Dortmund’s rampant revival in the Bundesliga this season, after they had dropped dangerously into the relegation zone.

Spain and Holland

In other matches, 2010 World Cup winners Spain will face Ukraine in a vital qualifying encounter and the Netherlands are hoping to overcome Turkey, as they aim to leapfrog Iceland in Group A.

Spain, who are 1/5 with Sky Bet to win, will be keen for their starlet Alvaro Morata to get on the scoresheet, after his recent rampant run in the Serie A for Juventus.

Elsewhere, Holland’s recent call-up Bas Dost is another striker hoping to make an international impact, following domestic goalscoring success with Wolfsburg. The Dutch outfit are 16/5 with Sky Bet to topple their Turkish opposition.

Betting Tip: @ 7/4 with skybet

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