International Champions Cup 2016 Betting Previews, Odds And Tips
The North & Central American league of the International Champions Cup 2016 features some great games which will delight soccer fans, regardless of the team they support. One of the most interesting clashes of this period will take place on the 27th of July and will feature Bayern Munich and AC Milan – two of the most widely supported and famous teams on the planet. Who will prevail in this friendly clash, which will look like anything but a friendly encounter?
27 July – Chicago, USA
Bayern Munich have moved well so far on the transfer market. They have made two great signings – Renato Sanches and Mats Hummels – and sold a couple of back-up players like Rode, Goetze or Hojbjerg.
Ancelotti doesn’t seem to want lots of new faces in his team, as he feels that Bayern can easily compete in all competitions with their existing squad, as long as they stay injury-free during the key phases of the season.
The Italian is known to favor quick, attacking football – something the German giants are more than capable of. Their first outing of the season under Ancelotti will surely be memorable.
On the other hand, AC Milan seem to lose their legendary status more and more each year. They seem like a team which lives in the past, dwelling on the titles and cups they won in previous seasons.
Their last Serie A campaign was extremely disappointing, and in spite of this, they haven’t transferred lots of new players – only one forward, Lapadula, coming from Pescara. Although they still have time to make some moves, things aren’t looking great at the moment for the Italian team.
Despite the fact that the outcome of a friendly is rather difficult to predict, we think that Bayern have enough to win this encounter. Their attacking power will probably be too much to handle for the Italian defense and the young Donnarumma. If you don’t fancy Bayern to win, at least bet that they will score – a much more probable outcome. Good luck!
Bayern Munich To Win: 1.66 or 4/6
Result/Goals – Bayern Munich & Over 2.5: 2.40 or 7/5
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