Real Madrid vs Barcelona: Whites to wrap up Super Cup win

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Odds: Real Madrid 13/10, Draw 3/1, Barcelona 8/5

Kick Off: 2200, 16/08/2017

Stadium: Bernabeu

TV: Sky Sports

Real Madrid are holding all the aces in the Spanish Super Cup after an eventful 3-1 win over Barcelona in the first leg at Camp Nou.

The Whites were good value for their success on Sunday night and hit the hosts on the break for a brilliant third goal even after Cristiano Ronaldo’s red card.

We’re backing Zinedine Zidane’s side to confirm that superiority on home turf and like 13/10 they triumph again on Wednesday for our Real Madrid vs Barcelona betting predictions.

A Look At Real Madrid’s Betting Odds

We tipped Real Madrid to prevail in the opening encounter at 12/5 after being impressed by their UEFA Super Cup victory against Manchester United and they did not let us down.

The Whites enjoyed some good fortune with Gerard Pique’s own goal but that was offset by the dubious penalty decision that went in Barca’s favour.

Real fully deserved to come out on top after stunning strikes from Ronaldo and Marco Asensio, while Isco again caught the eye when controlling play and putting in a series of incisive passes.

Zidane said of Isco: “It doesn’t surprise me that he’s making a difference, he makes the team play and it’s difficult to get the ball off him. I’m glad for him because he’s growing.”

The Whites to win and both teams to score is another selection we’re repeating from the weekend, with 12/5 available for that bet this time in the Real Madrid vs Barcelona odds.

A Look At Barcelona’s Betting Odds

Barcelona made a stuttering start to life without Neymar and it was easy to see why Ernesto Valverde is so keen to bring in Philippe Coutinho to fill the void.

Lionel Messi was as lively as ever but the quality of service out wide dipped, with Gerard Deulofeu and then Denis Suarez failing to deliver.

That allowed Real to remain compact through the middle and restrict Messi and Luis Suarez to relying on elaborate passing moves to try and break free.

Valverde hasn’t given up hope of securing his first trophy, stating: “Even though they will be favourites, the game is still there to be played.

“You never like losing, even less so against Madrid, but aside from the blow of the defeat there are things that we can take from the game.”

We’re sticking with the Whites, though, and 17/4 they oblige 2-1, 3-1 or 4-1 completes our Real Madrid vs Barcelona betting tips.

Additional stats

First-leg result:

BARCELONA 1-3 REAL MADRID – Lionel Messi (pen) & Gerard Pique (og), Cristiano Ronaldo, Marco Asensio

Previous head-to-head: Real Madrid 2-3 Barcelona, Barcelona 1-1 Real Madrid, Barcelona 1-2 Real Madrid, Real Madrid 0-4 Barcelona, Barcelona 2-1 Real Madrid, Real Madrid 3-1 Barcelona.

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Tony has been a journalist for more than 25 years, with past positions including Press Association betting editor, Teletext Sport betting editor and Sport Newspapers deputy racing editor. A Manchester United and Salford Red Devils supporter, he spends much of his spare time walking his two pet greyhounds.