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Hungarian Grand Prix

Hungarian Grand Prix

Lewis Hamilton looked back his Mercedes, flames bellowing out of the rear, shook his head, and then trudged off in disbelief. Hamilton was forced to stop on the pit lane entry road where marshals quickly used extinguishers to douse the fire, started by what Mercedes claimed to be a fuel leak. For the second time in seven days, a spectacular car failure left him impotent to challenge his sole rival, Nico Rosberg, who swept to pole position by default and will start ahead of Sebastian Vettel in his Red Bull and the Williams of Valtteri Bottas followed by Daniel Ricciardo in his Red Bull and Fernando Alonso in his Ferrari. Williams' Felipe Massa starts sixth, with Jenson Button seventh for McLaren ahead of Toro Rosso's Jean-Eric Vergne and Nico Hulkenberg for Force India, with Magnussen 10th.

Man United V Roma

Man United V Roma

AS Roma v Manchester United looks likely to provide a sterner test for Louis van Gaal's men than the comfortable 7-0 win over LA Galaxy. Van Gaal used David de Gea in goal in the first half and Anders Lindegaard in the second against LA. With Ben Amos and Sam Johnstone also in the touring party, it will be intriguing to see if either of them get a chance. Luke Shaw has been brought in a great expense to be United's next left-back, or indeed left wing-back. Given Reece James' second-half brace, however, Shaw may face competition for a place in the starting XI here.

Liverpool v Olympiakos

Liverpool v Olympiakos

Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers says that new signings Adam Lallana and Lazar Markovic are likely to make their pre-season bows against Olympiakos. The £45 million pair did not feature as the Reds were beaten 1-0 by Roma at Fenway Park on Wednesday as they had not trained extensively beforehand but the Northern Irishman expects them to be involved in Chicago. Both Liverpool and Roma struggled to create many clear-cut chances in Boston before Marco Borriello's scrappy 90th-minute winner but, despite losing two of three pre-season ganesso far, Rodgers is adamant that results are unimportant – until theirs Premier League campaign starts against Southampton on August 17.

Real Madrid v Inter

Real Madrid v Inter

This clash is the first of several matches in the International Champions Cup, which will see Madrid take on Roma and Manchester United while in America. With the players returning to pre-season training at different times, due to the disruption of a summer World Cup in Brazil, it is difficult to predict what sort of side Carlo Ancelotti will field. Madrid will be without several of their big stars, including Cristiano Ronaldo and new signings James Rodriguez and Toni Kroos. Devoid of their big stars, Gareth Bale can then take centre stage across the forward line. The Welshman may well be joined by Isco, who is also fresh from a summer off, while one of Raul de Tomas or Sobrino may be given a starting berth to in the No. 9. role.

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