Betting tip UEFA Super Cup: Real Madrid - FC Sevilla
Tuesday, 09.08.2016 at 20:45 hour
The Battle for the crown of Europe
It's on again. Tuesday the reigning winner of the Champions League will face the Europe League Champion in the UEFA Super Cup. The title will definitely go to Spain, since it's a duel between Real Madrid and FC Sevilla. Kick-Off is Tuesday at 8.45 PM.
Current form Real Madrid
It's hard to say, whether the Royal are in good shape yet, because they are still in the middle of their preparation for the upcoming season. A hint for a good form of Real could be the 1:0 test match win against German record champion Bayern Munich. In the test matches so far the Brazilian Marcelo looks particularly good. Coach Zinedine Zidane let a lot of players play though on Real's USA tour. It will be interesting to see, who will make it into the starting line up of the white ballet. On Offense home comer Alvara Morata, who cost 30 million Euros, should be more than just an alternative to Karim Benzema. Fellow striker Jesé went off to Paris. Apart from those moves Real has been unusually quiet on the transfer market. Some reserve players have been promoted to the first team. It'll also be interesting to see, how fit and well rested Christiano Ronaldo is mentally and physically after winning the European Championship title. Tuesday's game might come to soon for the superstar. Striker Benzema hasn't been a 100% fit as well lately. Real didn't only win against Bayern Munich in the USA, but they could also beat Chelsea 3:2. Against PSG however, they lost 1:3. It will be intereting to see how the Real will present themselves in their first competitive game.
Current form FC Sevilla
One might not believe it, but it's true. Contrary to Real Madrid Sevilla was highly active on the summer transfer market. They have a new head coach with Jorge Sampaoli and a couple of new players also found their way to Andalusia. FC Sevilla signed midfielder Ganso (FC Sao Paulo), Hiroshi Kiyotake (Hannover 96) and Joaquín Correa (Sampdoria Genua) amongst others. On offense they added Wissam Ben Yedder (FC Toulouse) and Franco Vazquez (Palermo). So one shouldn't expect a very well-coordinated team yet. Additionally they had to let their best scorer Kevin Gameiro leave. The Frenchman signed with Real's city rival Atlético. It's also questionable whether the team already knows the system by heart that coach Sampaoli wants to exercise. Nevertheless the Andalusians surely are eager to win the first title of the season. They want to prove that they are a title contender in the new season of La-Liga. The Spanish Supercup against Barcelona is also coming up for Sevilla. A win against Real would definitely give Sevilla's confidence a boost for this difficult task. Altogether Sevilla has to be considered the slight outsider, even though they could win their test matches against Mainz 05 and FC St. Pauli.
Real has the more experienced team for sure compared to Sevilla. In addition there is always the uncertainty, whether the a new coach has found a playing system that suits the team. If the new signees succeed though, Sevilla should be able to challenge Real. We therefore anticipate that Real will win the Supercup. Our recommendation: Tipp 1.
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The last 10 matches of Real Madrid - FC Sevilla compared
The last 5 results of Real Madrid in detail
|28.05.2016||UEFA Champions League||Real Madrid||Atletico Madrid||1:1|| |
|14.05.2016||Spanien Primera Division||Deportivo La Coruna||Real Madrid||0:|| |
|30.04.2016||Spanien Primera Division||Real Sociedad||Real Madrid||0:1|| |
|29.08.2015||Spanien Primera Division||Real Madrid||Betis Sevilla||5:0|| |
|23.08.2015||Spanien Primera Division||Sporting Gijón||Real Madrid||0:0|| |
The last 5 results of FC Sevilla in detail
|18.05.2016||UEFA Europa League||FC Liverpool||FC Sevilla||1:3|| |
|14.05.2016||Spanien Primera Division||Athletic Bilbao||FC Sevilla||3:1|| |
|08.05.2016||Spanien Primera Division||FC Sevilla||FC Granada||1:4|| |
|01.05.2016||Spanien Primera Division||Espanyol Barcelona||FC Sevilla||1:0|| |
|30.08.2015||Spanien Primera Division||FC Sevilla||Atletico Madrid||0:3|| |