Big Game focus: Bayern Munich v Real Madrid

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The International Champions Cup is set to go down and the reigning champions of the German league,  Bayern Munich, will take on Real Madrid this weekend. You can bet on the match here.

Real Madrid had some serious challenges last season and managed a third-place finish in La Liga table. They have moved with speed to rectify the situation by making some big signings and they will be trying out new ideas here as part of their preparation for the new season.

Bayern Munich have not made many changes to their side, and it will be interesting to see how they fare against a new-look Los Blancos side. They finished last season on a positive note and they will be hoping that they can carry on with that form here.

Betting preview

Both Real Madrid and Bayern Munich have very good forwards and you can expect goals at both ends. After all, this has been the case in two of the last three outings for the two and you can back that at odds of 1.50.

Over 2.5 Goals have been seen in two of Real Madrid's last three games and the same is true for Bayern Munich in the same period. This makes odds of 1.50 for Over 2.5 goals to be score look attractive here and you can back that.

The head to head record between the two teams is skewed in favour of the Spanish side, after winning three of the last five outings. There is good value in backing Real Madrid to win at odds of 2.15 this way.

Team news

Bayern Munich are expected to give some game time to their new signings Benjamin Parvard and Lucas Hernandez. We should also see a good number of the younger players involved as they seek to replace the departed Arjen Robben and Frank Ribbery.

Real Madrid is expected to play some of their new signings inclduing Eden Hazard, Eder Militao and Luka Jovic, as well as younger players such as Rodrygo.

Possible line ups

Bayern Munich: Neuer, Kehl, Boateng, Parvard, Alaba, Coman, Tolisso, Alcantara, Muller, Arp, Lewandowski.

Real Madrid: Courtois, Mendy, Varane, Ramos, Eder, Kroos, Casemiro, Ceballos, Vinicius, Jovic, Hazard.