Real Madrid vs Frankfurt: Uefa Super Cup prediction, kick off time
Real Madrid vs Frankfurt: Uefa Super Cup prediction, kick off time, TV, live stream, team news, h2h results
Real Madrid and Eintracht Frankfurt face off in the Uefa Super Cup to open the European football season.
The two teams meet in Finland with Madrid vying for their fifth triumph in the one-off game to match record-holders Barcelona and AC Milan. This is Frankfurt’s first appearance.
Real Madrid play their final preseason match ahead of the new La Liga season, while the Germans are looking for a positive outcome after a disappointing start.
Venue, date, and kickoff time
On Wednesday, August 10, 2022, Real Madrid will play Eintracht Frankfurt at 8pm BST.
The match will be played at Helsinki Olympic Stadium in Finland.
The best place to watch Real Madrid vs Eintracht Frankfurt
BT Sport 1 and Ultimate will broadcast the match.
The match will be streamed live via the BT Sport website and app for BT Sport subscribers.
Check out Standard Sport’s live blog to stay up-to-date on all the action.
Eintracht Frankfurt vs Real Madrid team news
To take to Helsinki, Real Madrid has a full squad. There is a possibility that new signings Antonio Rudiger and Aurélien Tchouameni will get a chance to play.
Although Aurelio Buta and Jerome Onguene will miss the Bundesliga opener, Hrvoje Smolcic is available. Both Juventus and West Ham are tracking Filip Kostic, so his involvement is uncertain.
Real Madrid vs Eintracht Frankfurt prediction
After a humiliating 6-1 loss to Bayern Munich in their first game of the new season, Madrid will fancy their chances against a team who finished 11th in the Bundesliga last season.
Four days later, Carlo Ancelotti’s players will play away to Almeria in their La Liga opener. Three days later, Frankfurt will be playing Hertha.
Madrid to win 3-0.
History and results of head-to-head matches (h2h)
In the fifth-ever European Cup final played at Hampden Park in Glasgow, Real Madrid and Eintracht Frankfurt have met only once before.
moreover, Madrid won 7-3 as Alfredo Di Stefano scored a hat-trick in a 10-goal thriller.