UEFA Super Cup Betting Preview
Real won Europe’s elite club competition for the tenth time last season, after defeating their Madrid rivals and La Liga champions Atletico 4-1 in the final in Lisbon.
Meanwhile, Sevilla made it to the Super Cup after defeating Portuguese champions Benfica in the Europa League final.
There’s no doubt Madrid’s Welsh maestro Gareth Bale will relish a trip home to Cardiff, as well as another opportunity to add to his impressive medals haul.
In his debut season with Los Blancos, the former Tottenham Hotspur star won the Copa del Rey and Champions League. The Wales international scored in both of those finals and he’s 7/2 to grab the opener on Tuesday.
Sevilla are likely to field a much-changed side from the one that featured in the Europa League final in May.
Star man Ivan Rakitic has been snapped up by Barcelona, and Sevilla are yet to find a like for like replacement.
One player who’ll be attempting to fill the void is Liverpool forward Iago Aspas, who’s arrived on a season-long loan after failing to force his way in to the starting line up at Anfield.
Aspas managed 12 goals in his one and only season in La Liga with Celta Vigo and remains an outside 4/1 shot to score anytime on Tuesday.