Real Madrid will always step up in games like this as they take on Eintracht Frankfurt in the UEFA Super Cup finals on Wednesday at the Olympic Stadium in Helsinki.
Frankfurt rode all the way to clinch the Europa League without a defeat by eliminating the likes of Barcelona and West Ham en route to winning the title.
Los Blancos is yet to play any competitive game since the 1-0 victory against Liverpool in the Champions League finals.
Carlo Ancelotti’s men have played three friendly games, with a defeat, a draw and a win.
Real Madrid suffered a defeat against Barcelona, a draw against Mexican outfit Club America and a win against Juventus.
Real Madrid is yet to swing into full action, the goals might not flow as expected but they are sure of keeping things under control.
The German team got their Bundesliga campaign underway but they put up a disastrous show against the Bundesliga Champions Bayern Munich at the Deutsche Bank Park and would race into a 5-0 lead by half-time and by the full time it was 1-6 against the Europa League holders.
Oliver Glasner’s men would aim to bounce back from their poor curtain raiser in the Bundesliga against the Champions League record holder.
Real Madrid to win with under 3.5 goals