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Manchester United take on Real Madrid in the International Champions Cup at Michigan Stadium on Saturday.

Where to Watch Live

Kick-off is set for 9pm BST. Live coverage of the game will be available on MUTV and MUTV HD.


The Red Devils are unbeaten in the first three pre-season games so far, out of which the last two came in the International Champions Cup.

United registered a 3-2 victory over AS Roma in a friendly tournament, before defeating Inter Milan on penalties.

Avoiding defeat in normal time for Louis van Gaal's side will see them book a place in the final on Monday, where they could end up facing their Premier League rivals Liverpool or neighbours Manchester City.

Meanwhile, the Champions League winners have failed to win their first two games. In the opening match, Real lost to Inter on penalties. The Spanish capital club did try to make a comeback in the second match against Roma.

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However, the Serie A outfit were too resilient to break, leading to Carlo Ancelotti's side suffering its second straight defeat in the pre-season.

Both United and Real fans were hopeful of watching Cristiano Ronaldo in action in the US.

Their hopes were dashed when the former Chelsea manager confirmed the Portuguese international will not be part of the squad for the game against United.

What Managers Say

Louis van Gaal: "I'm anxious to win. I'm a coach who wants to win and United are used to that too, so I think my players will show that attitude also."

Carlo Ancelotti: "Against Manchester United, no game is a friendly. They're a top side and we are playing at an incredible stadium, and for that we want to finish the tour with a win and playing well".

Betting Odds (888Sport.com)

  • Manchester United win: 23/10
  • Real Madrid win: 11/10
  • Draw: 23/10

Team News

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Manchester United

Probable Lineup: De Gea; Blackett, Jones, Evans; Valencia, Flecther, Herrera, Shaw; Mata; Rooney, Welbeck

Real Madrid

Probable Lineup: Casillas, Arbeloa, Nacho; Ramos, Carvajal; Pepe, Illarramendi; Xabi Alonso, Modric, Bale; Isco