Perhaps 4C to 5B? You take out a pawn, if he moves the one at 5C down then you can take out the rook on the left with your bishop. If he moves the right most black pawn, then you are back to square one (with a mild edge in attrition).
E3 to H6 to force move of F8
Black will not sacrifice queen. It may .. but a few major players will be lost.
This is move I would make .. Chess is a real battlefield and winning can only be determined by the weakness of the opponent.
Attack thrives on the opponent's defence ... and within itself, is sometimes the best form of defence.