Its going to be a fully contested match up in the UEFA Super Cup as Real Madrid lock horns with Atletico Madrid.
With the absence of Ronaldo in this Real Madrid team it would look an easier battle for Atletico on paper, but that isn’t what it actually is as Atletico would be looking to get one over their Biggest Rivals.
Atletico are favourites to lift the trophy this year with history and Griezmann on their side but with their bad history in finals against Real Madrid, it would be a tough task for the two times Super Cup champions.
Real Madrid on the other hand are seeking for a Back to Back to Back Super Cup title following successes in the two previous years leading to this as they face their Rivals Atletico Madrid seeking to gain bragging rights and prove that Real Madrid are a class higher without Ronaldo in their squad, at least that’s what they believe.
Lillekula Stadium in Tallinn might not be popular with Football fans around the World, but the Real Madrid head coach Julen Lopetegui will have fond memories of the stadium as he was in charge of the Spain Under-19 side that won the European Under-19 Championship Final in 2012, beating Greece 1-0.