Real Madrid vs Frankfurt: TV channel, live stream, team news and kick-off time for TONIGHT’S UEFA Super Cup final

    REAL MADRID are taking Frankfurt in Helskinki for a chance to secure this year’s UEFA Super Cup title.

    Los Blancos won the Champions League last season after beating Liverpool 1-0 in their Paris showdown.

    Real Madrid won the Champions League after beating Liverpool 1-0 in May

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    Real Madrid won the Champions League after beating Liverpool 1-0 in MayCredit: Getty
    Frankfurt beat Rangers on penalties in the Europa League final three months ago

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    Frankfurt beat Rangers on penalties in the Europa League final three months agoCredit: Willie Vass

    And German side Frankfurt overcame Rangers on penalties in the final of the Europa League.

    Real Madrid will want to get their season off the right start, but Frankfurt will see this as the perfect opportunity to win some silverware.

    Chelsea are the current holders of this competition, having beaten Villarreal on penalties in Belfast last summer.

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    What time does Real Madrid vs Frankfurt kick off?

    • Real Madrid vs Frankfurt will get underway from 8pm UK time tonight.
    • The game will be held at the Helsinki Stadium in Helsinki, Finland.
    • The stadium can hold up to 36,000 spectators.
    • English referee Michael Oliver will officiate the game.
    • Real Madrid and Frankfurt have met just once in their history, with the Spanish side running out 7-3 winners in the 1960 European Cup final.

    What TV channel is Real Madrid vs Frankfurt on and can I live stream it?

    • Real Madrid vs Frankfurt will be shown live on BT Sport 1 and BT Sport Ultimate.
    • You can live stream the action from the BT Sport app, which is available for download onto your mobile or tablet device.

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    Team news

    Real Madrid will be largely injury free for their clash with Frankfurt in Finland.

    The likes of Aurelien Tchouameni and Antonio Rudiger could be handed competitive debuts for the first time in Real colours.

    Karim Benzema is expected to head up the Los Blancos attack.

    For the German side, Filip Kostic may not be available with uncertainty over his future intensifying, but Daichi Kamada is expected to play.

    Odds

    • Real Madrid – 2/5
    • Draw – 15/4
    • Frankfurt – 13/2

    *Odds courtesy of Betfair and correct as of Wednesday, August 10

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