Sport Betting Tip: Bayern München - Sevilla, Supercup final
- Title : Sport Betting Tip: Bayern München - Sevilla, Supercup final
Bayern have been unstoppable both domestically and in Europe this calendar year, winning 30 of their last 31 games as they became the first side ever to win every game en route to lifting the Champions League. Sevilla can also be pleased with their debut campaign under Lopetegui, which ended with yet more European silverware, but it is difficult to see them halting the Bayern in Budapest.
Bayern Munich have looked untouchable in recent months, and the addition of winger Leroy Sane to an already enviable attack makes them one of the firm favourites to win the Champions League once again.
Bayern Munchen will be aiming to lift yet another prestigious trophy when they take on Sevilla in the UEFA Super Cup at Puskas Arena. The mighty Bayern Munchen did well to beat PSG in the Champions League final last term, and they are seen as hot favourites to win this showdown as well. Thiago Alcantara is no longer part of the squad as he joined Liverpool, but summer signing Leroy Sane is likely to prove a handful for the opposition defenders.
Kingsley Koman, who was tested positive for coronavirus, is unlikely to feature against Sevilla. Los Sevillanos, on the other hand, head into the match with Ever Banega and Sergio Reguilon, who left the club in the summer transfer window. Considering that Bayern Munchen crushed Schalke 8-0 in their Bundesliga opener, I do not believe that Sevilla, who have yet to start the new La Liga campaign, are capable of spoiling Bayern Munchens party in Bucharest.
Bayern Munich will be the favourites to win this game. Even with the departure of midfielder Thiago to Liverpool the win over Schalke 04 is a reminder of how good they can be on any given day.
Prediction: Bayern Munich goal line -2 Money back on exactly 2 goals winning
(Bayern Munich have been scoring goals for fun and they have netted 3 or more goals in 3 of their last 4 matches, ahead of the new German Bundesliga season. You must go back 21 games to find the last time Bayern Munich failed to find the back of the net. Therefore, it makes sense to go for -2 )