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Real Madrid face Eintracht Frankfurt in the Uefa Super Cup on Wednesday, 10 August, 2022

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Aug-09 22:36 first published at 22:36 PM


The two teams meet in Finland, with Madrid attempting to equal Barcelona and AC Milan’s record of five wins in a row. Frankfurt is making its debut. The game is Real Madrid’s final pre-season match before the start of the new La Liga season, and the Germans will be looking for something to cheer about after a disappointing start to their new campaign. Date, start time, and location On Wednesday, August 10, 2022, Real Madrid will face Eintracht Frankfurt at 8 p.m. BST. The match will be held at the Helsinki Olympic Stadium in Finland. Real Madrid vs. Eintracht Frankfurt: Where to Watch The match will be broadcast on BT Sport 1 and Ultimate. BT Sport subscribers can watch the match live online via the BT Sport website or app. Standard Sport’s live blog allows you to keep up with all of the action. In the Europa League final, Eintract Frankfurt defeated Rangers. AFP / Getty Images Team news for Real Madrid vs. Eintracht Frankfurt Real Madrid will travel to Helsinki with a full squad. Antonio Rudiger and Aurélien Tchouameni, both new signings, could see action. Frankfurt are missing Aurelio Buta and Jerome Onguene, but Hrvoje Smolcic, who was suspended for the Bundesliga opener, is back in the lineup. Filip Kostic is being pursued by both Juventus and West Ham, so his participation is uncertain. Antonio Rudiger came in on a free transfer from Chelsea. / Photographer: Getty Images Prediction for Real Madrid vs. Eintracht Frankfurt Madrid will fancy their chances against a team that finished 11th in the Bundesliga last season and is coming off a humiliating 6-1 home loss to Bayern Munich in the season opener. Carlo Ancelotti will use the game to get his players more playing time before their La Liga opener against Almeria four days later. Frankfurt can be forgiven for having one eye on a three-day trip to Hertha. Madrid will triumph 3-0. History and outcomes of head-to-head (h2h) competitions Real Madrid and Eintracht Frankfurt have only met once before, in the fifth European Cup final at Hampden Park in Glasgow in 1960. Madrid won a 10-goal thriller 7-3 thanks to Alfredo Di Stefano’s hat-trick.

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