France or Portugal will be crowned European champions on Sunday night so I thought I’d take a look at possible goalscorers for the Euro 2016 final.
France’s back line still looks a little suspect to me and a player of Cristiano Ronaldo’s calibre should see a few chances come his way.
Les Bleus did manage to keep a clean sheet against Germany on Thursday night but both the woodwork and goalkeeper Hugo Lloris came to their rescue on more than one occasion so Portugal may just find a way through.
Ronaldo has not been at his imperious best throughout the tournament but has still managed three goals including a stunning header from a corner against Wales.
Set-pieces could be crucial for Portugal and in a one-on-one aerial battle I’d back the Real Madrid star to better any Frenchman who happens to be marking him.
Antoine Griezmann is almost certain to finish as the top tournament goalscorer, with six to his name ahead of the final, three clear of his closest rivals.
The Atletico Madrid attacker struck twice against Germany and although there was a hint of good fortune about both (a suspect penalty and a goalkeeping error), I’m confident enough to get behind him again in the final.