Ronaldo to score and Real Madrid to win 2/1 offer at Ladbrokes7th August 2017 / lee
The UEFA Super Cup on Tuesday night is the first bit of silverware that is up for grabs from UEFA. This, of course, pits last season’s’ UEFA Champions League and UEFA Europa League winners together. There is nothing like starting the new season with a bit of silverware and this one is being played in Skopje, Macedonia. Real Madrid have a W3 L2 record from their five previous appearances in the Super Cup while Manchester United have a W1 L2 record from their three previous appearances. In the head to head between the two, this will be the 11th meeting, with Real Madrid being 4-2 up.
The 2012/13 UEFA Champions League round of sixteen was the last time that we saw these two sides battle it out, with Madrid winning through 3-2 on aggregate. Cristiano Ronaldo scored a goal in both legs of that tie and will be a huge threat to the United defence once again. Real Madrid are on a ten match unbeaten streak against English Premier League opposition (W7 D3) while United can boast a W8 D3 L1 record in their last eleven European matches as they picked up the Europa League title last season.
Get a 2/1 enhanced price at Ladbrokes on Real Madrid to win & Ronaldo to score. That has been raised from 6/4.
They do have a second offer running as well which is a 5/1 price on Man Utd to win & 3 or more goals in the match.
So there are some good price boost to enjoy for your UEFA Super Cup betting. Register an account with online betting site Ladbrokes and earn a free £50 bet as a welcome bonus from them. Just follow our links to get signed up and then after making your initial deposit, place your first stake on the new account and the bookmaker will match the value of it up to the maximum value of a £50 free bet. Just register using the promo code F50 and there is a limit of one free bet per customer. Ladbrokes run 5-team (or bigger) accumulator insurance as well on selected matches on the Match Betting Market where you will get MONEY BACK as a free bet up to £25 if one team lets you down.