Bayern vs Real Madrid

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Bayern Munich defender David Alaba will face a late fitness before the first leg of their Champions League semi-final against Real Madrid at the Allianz Arena.

Alaba sat out Bayern’s final training session on Tuesday with a thigh strain, but coach Jupp Heynckes says a decision will be made early on Wednesday as to whether he will be in the squad.

Midfielder Corentin Tolisso is also a doubt while Brazilian defender Rafinha is likely to replace Alaba if he fails to make the squad.

On-loan Real Madrid midfielder James Rodriguez could start after being used as a substitute in the 3-0 victory over Hannover on Saturday.

Real Madrid vs. Bayern Munich LIVE will face each other in what will be a first Champions League semifinal match where bets are biased in favor of the Spaniards, but which the Bavarians are not willing to lose. The Allianz Arena will be the scene of this infamous encounter. In Peru, América Tv will broadcast the match, while ESPN and Fox Sports will do the same for all of Latin America.

Real Madrid arrived in Munich this morning and immediately trained for the Champions League match against Bayern Munich. This will be the 25th match that both teams face, both have won 11 times to date (two draws).

Real Madrid vs. Bayern Munich is the most disputed match in the history of the Champions League and this will be the third time since the 2011-2012 season that both meet in the semifinals.

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Bayern Munich coach Heynckes helped re-establish Real Madrid’s reputation as kings of Europe by winning the Champions League in 1998 after a 32-year drought.

But his memories were not fond ones as he was sacked eight days later when his side finished fourth in the league during his single season in charge.

Heynckes has reached the final in all three of his Champions League campaigns, winning the competition twice: with Real in 1998 and Bayern in 2013.As well as James and Heynckes, Arjen Robben and Kroos will be up against their former clubs.

Thomas Müller is three games away from his 100th Champions League appearance with Bayern. Only Philipp Lahm (105) and Oliver Kahn (103) have passed their century to date. In 24 previous head-to-head meetings, Bayern have won 12, Real 10, with the teams drawing twice. The German champions have won four of their last six semi-finals against their Spanish counterparts.

Now Heynckes’ former club stand in the way of his bid to become only the third coach alongside Carlo Ancelotti and Bob Paisley to win Europe’s biggest prize three times.

Bayern, who have already won the Bundesliga title and the German Cup, are hoping to complete the treble in Heynckes’ fourth spell in charge.

But this time Bayern are the underdogs as 12-time champions Real Madrid are looking to win their third successive Champions League trophy under Zinedine Zidane.

“You have to look back to last October,” said Heynckes. “We did not think we were going to be champions with five games to spare and to be semi-finalists (in Europe).”

“These are two teams with a great tradition in European football, who play and love attractive football.

“It’s a difficult draw for both sides,” he added.

The Bayern coach also played down the threat of Real Madrid top scorer Cristiano Ronaldo, who has scored in all 10 of their European matches this season – taking his tally to 42 goals in all competitions.

He scored five goals over two legs in Madrid’s 6-3 aggregate win over Bayern in the 2017 quarter-finals.

“Of course, he’s a big topic for us in the game analysis,” said Heynckes.

“But don’t forget we have Robert Lewandowski, who has scored 39 goals. So you have to ask, how can you stop Lewandowski?

“There are world-class players on both sides.”

Madrid coach Zidane said his side were going “to think positively” despite coming under criticism in recent weeks for missing a number of clear goalscoring chances.

“I’m not worried,” said Zidane. “It’s true that in the last two games we have had chances and we have not taken them but now we are going to have a game on Wednesday away from home.

“We are going to try to score and realise that this is football anything can happen, no matter who is playing on the pitch.”

Jupp Heynckes led them to the trophy back in 2013 and his experience might hold the key if they’re to stop Zinedine Zidane’s side winning it Champions League yet again.

Ronaldo is the top scorer in the season’s competition with 15 goals, 10 more than Lewandowski. Both men are tied on 38 goals in all competitions in 2017/18, though.

Bayern Munich vs Real Madrid: Superheroes Galore, UEFA Champions League’s Marquee Clash Returns
When Cristiano Ronaldo and his ilk travel to Bavaria on Wednesday night and take on an equally starry Bayern, it will be a sight to behold. Men with extraordinary abilities will take to the hallowed turf at the Allianz Arena, looking to outwit each other through skill and muscle. These men will be cheered on by scores of supporters from both sides, and also the neutrals, for whom such a match-up is a rare opportunity to celebrate football at its best without having to worry about the result

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