Real Madrid v Tottenham - International Champions Cup - Over 2.5 Goals – 1.45 - 30th July
Real Madrid have had a rather chaotic pre-season after failing to win in all of their last three matches. The highlight of their frustration was manifest in their 7-3 loss to city rivals Atletico Madrid. They will be eager to change things here and they have what it takes since they have shown that they can score goals. The last three games that Zinedine Zidane's men have played in saw Over 2.5 Goals scored, whilst Tottenham saw Over 2.5 Goals in four of their last five meetings. This is surely going to be an entertaining match and you can expect to see lots of goals.
Rosenborg v BATE - Champions League - Both Teams to Score - 2.05 – 31st July
The first leg of the Champions League qualifying round between BATE Borisov and Norwegian club Rosenborg saw the Belarusians win 2-1. Last week’s first leg was the first ever meeting between Rosenborg and BATE. The Norwegians were unlucky to have lost as they dominated the possession and had more attempts on goal than the Belarusians. BATE have scored at least one goal in three of their last four away matches in the Champions League and therefore you can expect the same.
Tiraspol v Partizani - Europa League – Home Win - 1.45 – 1st August
Tiraspol won 1-0 against Albanian club Partizani in their first leg of the Europa League qualifying fixtures. They are on a good run of form after winning nine of their last ten meetings in all competitions. Partizani for their part have not won any of their last seven games and this will be a huge challenge for them.
Hacken v AZ Alkmaar - Europa League - Under 2.5 Goals – 1.80 – 1st August
Hacken managed to hold Dutch club Alkmaar to a barren draw when they met in the first leg in Holland last week. Hacken have seen Under 2.5 Goals scored in their last three meetings in all competitions. AZ Alkmaar have seen Under 2.5 Goals in four of their last five contests and this could very well be the case here.
Luton v Middlesbrough - Championship - Both Teams to Score – 1.75 – 2nd August
The Championship will kick off this Friday with a match between freshly promoted side Luton Town and experienced contenders Middlesbrough. Luton have scored in four of their last five matches, whilst the same is true in Middlesbrough‘s last three out of five. Middlesbrough are definitely expected to make lightweight of their opponents and we expect to see a number of goals here.