Football friendlies acca for July 29-30
FootyOn pick out a promising football friendlies acca for July 29-30, ahead of an array of pre-season fixtures across the globe.
With teams returning to training and getting ready for their fast approaching new campaigns, preparations for another exciting season are well underway.
So, with potential profit like this available, be sure to read our football friendlies acca for July 29-30…
All odds are within 90 minutes.
Arsenal to beat Benfica – 4/9*
Live on Quest, kick-off 16:20 BST.
The Portuguese champions lost their last friendly outing to Hull City, so a step up in class when the Gunners face them may again be too much to handle.
Arsenal are ahead of Benfica in their preparations for the Premier League season, which is just a fortnight away.
Manchester City to beat Tottenham – 10/10*
Live on Premier Sports, kick-off 23:05 BST.
Kyle Walker will be up against his former employers Spurs in this all-England clash held in Nashville, and will be keen to make his mark and live up to his £50,000,000 fee.
Though the Sky Blues haven’t beaten the north London side in the last four attempts, back City to triumph after an impressive pre-season – featuring a 4-1 win over Real Madrid.
Real Madrid to beat Barcelona – 7/4*
Live on Premier Sports, kick-off 01:05 BST.
Things don’t seem quite right within the Barcelona camp, with Neymar reportedly storming out of training amid rumours of a world record fee departure from the Catalan club.
Zinedine Zidane’s Los Blancos won their first La Liga title in five years last term and successfully defended their Champions League title. Expect more big things from the Spanish capital club this coming season.
Manchester United to beat Valerenga – 1/4*
Live on MUTV, kick-off 18:00 BST.
Over the last few years, Man Utd have had a superb record when it comes to pre-season fixtures and expect this to continue on their trip to Olso against Norwegian side Valerenga.
Romelu Lukaku will look to hit the ground running at United and has already scored two on tour.
After an encouraging first season in charge at Old Trafford, winning the EFL Cup and Europa League.
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