No. Remand clearly says it only returns the card to its owner's hand if it's countered, which Supreme Verdict can't be.
Remand only returns the spell to its owner's hand if the spell is successfully countered. Remand will fail to counter supreme verdict.
Ok thanks. Initially I thought "If you do" means "If Remand is successfully activated and a spell is targeted" (aka Remand itself is not countered), not "If the spell is succesfully countered".
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