Roberto Martinez squares off with Carlo Ancellotti for a place in the inaugural Guinness International Champions Cup Final, watch Everton v Real Madrid at 01:00 on Sunday 4th August.
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The managers know each other from their time at Wigan Athletic and Chelsea but are both looking to establish themselves at new clubs in the forthcoming season.
Martinenez has enjoyed a promising pre-season so far at Everton while gradually changing the formation played under the Toffees’ previous manager David Moyes to a 3-4-3 approach he seems to prefer.
Everton scraped through the first round of the ICC by defeating Juventus in a penalty shootout to set up the clash at Dodger Stadium. Leon Osman came off the bench when the Toffees were leading the Italian champions 1-0 and his mistake allowed Kwadwo Asamoah to equalise Kevin Mirallas second half goal. Osman finds his position under threat in the new formation and will be hoping a better display against the Spanish giants will impress his new manager.
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A move for Tottenham’s Gareth Bale has dominated Real Madrid’s column inches for the past week but it’s been business as usual for Ancelotti and his men in America. Real coasted to a 3-1 win in the first round against LA Galaxy with Karim Benzema netting twice after Angel Di Maria opened the scoring.
The victors will play the winners of AC Milan v Chelsea which could mean Jose Mourinho gets to coach against his former club just months after leaving for London, either in the final or duking it out in the third-placed play off, depending on results.