Betting on the Real Madrid final against Liverpool – betting on Klopp’s team’s advantage in shots on goal
Liverpool and Real Madrid will be in action tonight at the Stade de France in Paris for the main match of the European football season. How will the match play out? Let’s try to predict
Jurgen Klopp’s team are having an incredible season, they claimed the quadruple to the last, but they were beaten on the flag by Guardiola’s City in the last round of the APL. Liverpool now have two national cups and a huge desire to win the Champions League title. The Reds have not lost a single game in their last 19 AFL games with 17 wins. Salah and Mane are both contenders for the Ballon d’Or, new signing Diaz is a great addition to the squad and Jota is a great replacement for the centre-forward. In the Champions League, Liverpool reached the final without too many problems, defeating Inter, Benfica and Villarreal. By the final almost the entire main body was in order, Fabinho and Van Dijk were fixed, Salah recovered from injury and even scored in the last match, appearing as a substitute. The last 9 wins in 10 matches speaks volumes about the Merseyside’s excellent form.
Carlo Ancelotti’s side reached the final thanks to a Rodrigo miracle. Five minutes of extra time to beat City 3-5 on aggregate in two games is nothing short of a miracle. Real Madrid have shown their character by reaching the final once again. At the same time, the cream side confidently won LaLiga, taking the second team to more than 10 points. Karim Benzema, who is predicted to win the first Ballon d’Or, Vinicius is useful in attack, Luka Modric and young Valverde continue to work in the centre of the field, the newcomer Alaba shows himself excellently in defense. There are no losses in the team ahead of the final either, Alaba is still in doubt but Ancelotti has declared that he is ready to play. In the last game of the Primera Division, Ancelotti opted for a surprise release of the base that failed to beat Betis at home (0-0). But all the Real Madrid players’ thoughts were on the final.
By the final of the main European competition, the Italian side had managed to beat the giants, and at every stage Real Madrid had to pull back: PSG, Chelsea and Manchester City had caused enough trouble for Ancelotti’s gang, but Benzema and co were stronger.
In the 20/21 season, the teams met in the quarter-finals and beat Real Madrid 3-1 and 0-0. The history of the Champions League finals remembers very well the great goalscoring by Liverpool goalkeeper Karius and the equally great goalscoring by Bale and the final 3-1 win for Real in the 18/19 season.
Both teams are in great form, but Liverpool are at their best due to important matches at the end of the season, while Real Madrid were rather rested after beating City and preparing for the final. Salah remembers the injury in the 2018 final very well and wants revenge, as does Klopp’s entire team. After 3 years, the team has retained its core and even strengthened, which cannot be said for Real Madrid, who have had Bale and Azar as a liability. Yes, Benzema is having a great season and wants the Ballon d’Or for sure after winning the Champions League final, but Liverpool have more trumps on paper. Liverpool will clearly be attacking more and consequently hitting the box. In this regard, Klopp’s team consistently outclasses their opponents.
Main bet: Liverpool clean win for 1.7
Additional bet: yellow card total less than 3.5 for 2.2