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Manchester City and Real Madrid face at the Melbourne Cricket Ground, Melbourne, in a match for the International Champions Cup 2015.
 
In the head to head record the last two matches have been for the 2012/2013 champions league, in which there was a 1-1 tie in England and a 3-2 win by Rael Madrid in Spain.

Analysis of Manchester City

The English club arrives at this match after a win over AS Rome, after a penalty shootout, by 5-4, after a 2-2 score at the end of the 90’. Therefore, Manchester City now registers 3 wins in friendly matches, over Rome, Melbourne City and Toronto.
 
Only one of these matches has ended with Over 2,5 Goals, the other two have ended with 1-0 wins by City. Most of the goals have been scored in the second half.
 
In this match the spotlight is over young star Raheem Sterling, who has scored his first goal for the Citizens.

Confirmed Lineup: J. Hart, B. Sagna, J. Denayer, C. Humphreys, A. Kolarov, S. Nasri, Fernando, David Silva, F. Delph, R. Sterling, Y. Touré.
Coach: M. Pellegrini.

Analysis of Real Madrid

Coach Rafael Benítez’s team arrives at this match after a loss in a penalty shootout against AS Rome, by 7-6, after 0-0at the end of the 90’: Lucas Vázquez missed the decisive penalty.
 
This was their first match of the season and they have had a few offensive problems. However, it’s interesting to notice there is already a difference from last season, since Benítez prefers the 4-2-3-1 system.
 
The greatest doubt is whether Cristiano Ronaldo will play in the centre or on the left wing of the attack. Another interesting curiosity is the possible debut of Kiko Casilla.

Confirmed Lineup: K. Navas, Marcelo, Sergio Ramos, Daniel Carvajal, Pepe, L. Modrić, T. Kroos, Isco, Cristiano Ronaldo, G. Bale, K. Benzema.
Coach: Rafael Benítez.

Betting suggestion:

The most likely scenario is that there won’t be many goals. In these friendly preparation matches the teams don’t usually play with much intensity to avoid injuries. Moreover, the players aren’t usually well coordinated, which usually leads to fewer goals.
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International Champions Cup - 2015

  • 100% 23 / 23 Games

  • Home team wins 43.48%
  • Draws 0%
  • Away team wins 56.52%
  • Over 1.5 69.57%
  • Over 2.5 60.87%
  • Over 3.5 34.78%
  • Goals 63
  • Goals /match 2.74
  • Goals /match home 1.3
  • Goals /match away 1.43
  • Both teams score 60.87%
  • Goals after 80' 11.11%
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