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Real Madrid vs Eintracht Frankfurt betting tips: UEFA Super Cup preview, predictions and odds


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Real Madrid vs Eintracht Frankfurt

Real Madrid to win 3-1 against Eintracht Frankfurt- 11/1!

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At 11/1, a £10 bet would return £120!

Real Madrid vs Eintracht Frankfurt

August 10, 2022

8:00 pm BST

Real Madrid have been victorious in four of the last five UEFA Super Cups they’ve been involved in. Spanish clubs have won nine of the last 12 Super Cups.

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Over 2.5 goals and both teams to score- 6/5!

Every UEFA Super Cup since 2014 has seen both teams to score, with the last ten editions producing 43 goals, an average of 4.3 per game.

Match preview

The 47th edition of the UEFA Super Cup sees Europe’s most successful club take on a team competing for this trophy for the very first time.

Back in May, Vinícius Júnior scored the only goal as Real Madrid beat Liverpool at Stade de France.

This was los Blancos’ 14th Champions League triumph, with five of these coming in the last nine seasons.

It completed an historic season for Carlo Ancelotti’s side, who’d also regained the La Liga title and beaten Barcelona in the Supercopa de España Final.

This is just the third time, after 1957 and 2017, that Real have won La Liga, the European Cup as well as another trophy in the same season.

Summer signings Antonio Rüdiger and Aurélien Tchouaméni are set to make their debuts at Helsinki Olympic Stadium, looking to lift their first silverware for the Spanish giants.

Eintracht Frankfurt meantime lifted their first major European silverware since 1980 to conclude last season.

The Eagles beat Olympiacos, Real Betis, Barcelona, West Ham and then Rangers on penalties as they were crowned Europa League winners in Seville.

This means Oliver Glasner will lead Frankurt into the Champions League group stages for the very first time, with this a taster of what’s to come next month.

Worryingly though, they kicked off the new Bundesliga season on Friday night by welcoming Bayern Munich to Deutsche Bank Park.

The visitors were 4-0 up by half time, eventually winning 5-1.

So, expect goals in Helsinki, with Real Madrid big favourites to lift their record-equalling fifth UEFA Super Cup.


Ben Gray

Ben Gray

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