Real Madrid - Manchester United Betting: Expect both sides to score

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Los Blancos will hope to retain the title when they clash with the Red Devils on Tuesday evening.

Uefa Champions League winners, Real Madrid square up against Europa League champions, Manchester United at the Philip II Arena in the Uefa Super Cup.

Los Bancos will hope to retain the title after they saw off Sevilla in the last year's edition.

Zinedine Zidane’s men eased past Juventus as they won Europe's elite competition in superb style back in June, and will be expected to the do the same on Tuesday night, even though the Red Devils were the better side in their last meeting.

Cristiano Ronaldo Juventus Real Madrid

Madrid struggled in their pre-season games and lost to the Old Trafford giants, Manchester City and Barcelona in the International Champions Cup. They still remain favourites to come out on top in this outing with LionsBet pricing (1.95) for that and (1.45) to win the coveted trophy.

Two of Los Bancos' last five games have ended in a draw after 90 minutes and the same firm qoutes odds of (3.45) for that outcome to repeat itself.

United defeated Ajax 2-0 to win the Europa League for the first time in their history and will hope to stun Cristiano Ronaldo’s inspired side.

Mourinho’s chargeshave been very impressive in pre-season, winning four of their last five duels, losing only to Barcelona. They will hope to cause an upset here as the betting company offers odds of (3.60) for them to outplay their rivals and (2.45) to capture the trophy.

It is anticipated that the second half will produce most goals which LionsBet offers at (2.00).

Marcus Rashford Romelu Lukaku Jesse Lingard Manchester United ICC

Though Mourinho's men have notched up nine goals in their last five games, not many goals will be anticipated for this clash. Bookies stake odds of  (1.10) for less than three goals to surface in Macednia.

Both sides have not failed to find the back of the net in their last five games respectively. Punters can therefore expect to see goal action at both ends of the pitch at odds of (1.65).

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