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Real Madrid vs Atletico Madrid, 2019 International Champions Cup – Preview, Prediction, Head-to-Head, Predicted XI, Match Details and Live Streams

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Real Madrid and Atletico Madrid will reignite their severe contention when they conflict at MetLife Stadium in the 2019 International Champions Cup on Friday night. The Madrid derbi comes to New Jersey as furious city matches Real and Atletico meet in the International Champions Cup 2019.

Real Madrid vs Atletico Madrid Team News

Real Madrid

Real Madrid dealt with a 2-2 draw against Arsenal their past match. Like Atletico, Real Madrid additionally figured out how to end up with a triumph via a penalty shoot-out. Gareth Bale demonstrated his value for Real Madrid by scoring a vital goal for the team. During the match, Real Madrid had around half of the possession while managing to take 18 shots with 6 shots being on target. Real Madrid have now made 2 preseason games and the team is beginning to demonstrate chemistry and form. This was apparent as Real Madrid played fundamentally better in the second 50% of the match against Arsenal.

Atletico Madrid

Atletico Madrid had a poor begin to their preseason as they just dealt with a 0-0 result against C.D Guadalajara. Atletico ended up winning the match via a penalty shoot-out however it was an extremely lackluster showing by the team. During the match against C.D Guadalajara, Atletico Madrid just managed to keep up 43% of the possession and had just 11 shots in the whole match. The greatest worry for Atletico Madrid will be that they played the majority of their top players in this match. There have been some enormous changes at Atletico Madrid this season and the team seems to be lacking the identity they had last season. With Real Madrid as their next rivals, Atletico Madrid must improve fundamentally in the event that they wish to contend.

Real Madrid vs Atletico Madrid Odds

Real Madrid: Evens
Draw: 13-5
Atletico Madrid: 5-2

Real Madrid vs Atletico Madrid Head to Head

Altogether, the two sides have met each other 222 times with ​Real essentially predominant, with 110 successes contrasted with Atleti’s 56. In recent years Real’s strength has been comparative, last losing to Atletico back in May 2017 – the second leg of a Champions League tie which Zinedine Zidane’s side won on total.

Real Madrid vs Atletico Madrid Match Prediction

At the point when contrasted with Atletico Madrid, Real Madrid appears to have essentially more grounded form. Real Madrid looked great in the game against Arsenal. Real’s fightback against Arsenal should stand them in great stead against Atletico. Expect a tight, tense game – with a conceivable red card or two – and Los Blancos to do what they usually do: win on spot-kicks.

Real Madrid vs Atletico Madrid Predicted XIs

Real Madrid Predicted XI: Courtois, Odriozola, Ramos, Varane, Mendy, Vazquez, Modric, Kroos, Isco, Jovic, Vinicius

Atletico Madrid Predicted XI: Oblak, Trippier, Savic, Hermoso, Lodi, Vitolo, Koke, Saul, Lemar, Morata, Costa

Real Madrid vs Atletico Madrid Match Details

Real Madrid vs Atletico Madrid Match Date: Friday, 26 July, 2019

Real Madrid vs Atletico Madrid Match Time: 7:30 p.m. ET/12:30 a.m. BST (Saturday, July 27)

Real Madrid vs Atletico Madrid Match Venue: MetLife Stadium, East Rutherford, New Jersey

Real Madrid vs Atletico Madrid Match Live Stream: Premier Player (UK), ESPN+ (US)

Real Madrid vs Atletico Madrid Match TV Channel: Premier Sports 1 (UK), ESPN (US), ESPN Deportes (US)

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