International Champions Cup Soccer odds and picks

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by Mark Knight
July 22nd 2019, 7:07pm

Most of the bigger teams in Europe are in action this week as the International Champions Cup continues.

Tuesday's action sees Arsenal take on Real Madrid in a blockbuster tie in Landover, MD. Kick-off is at 7pm ET. That's followed by Bayern v Milan and Atletico Madrid v Guadalajara.

Wednesday starts with an all Italian clash between Juventus and Inter in Nanjing (7:30am KO), then Fiorentina v Benfica.

Man Utd v Tottenham

One of the biggest matches of the week is on Thursday morning, again at 7:30am Eastern, as Tottenham Hotspur take on Manchester United in Shanghai. Both teams are coming off of wins in their opening matches.

Man Utd v Tottenham

In these pre-season matches, it's hard to find value in outright markets. Some teams are further ahead in preparations than others, and therefore are fitter and quicker to the ball.

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Because of this, we like to play the exotic markets for some low stakes fun. We'll go with Paul Pogba any time goal scorer against Spurs at +215 with PointsBet New Jersey.

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BAYERN V MILAN

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Bayern are strong favorites in this one after a surprising loss to Arsenal was followed up with a great win against Real Madrid. This will be their last pre-season prep so they should be fully ready. On the other hand, Milan haven't even played a warm-up game yet, so they will probably need this and are without a few starters.

JUVENTUS V INTER

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Antonio Conte's new team Inter lost their first run out to Manchester United a few days ago, and are fancied to lose again against a strong Juve side. This will be a feisty affair as the "Derby d'Italia" means something even in pre-season.

Arsenal v Real Madrid

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A tasty looking fixture as Madrid needs a win after losing the opener to Bayern. Rumors are circulating about the future of Gareth Bale in Madrid, and he won't feature here. Arsenal might just be overpriced; they have looked good so far in the competition and at +205 with DraftKings, are worth a small bet.