Bayern Munich vs Real Madrid, the biggest clash of the UCL quarter final and also the biggest of this season so far. It is a mouth watering clash for the football lovers. How often can you see this kind of battles to watch? Football world is screaming and trembling with less than 24 hours remaining of the very first leg of the quarter final. It will a be a one hell of a match for sure and the excitement is increasing. It will be the battle between the reigning champions and the 5 time winners. Both the teams are certainly looking at the trophy.
The first leg will take place on Wednesday night as the German champions will host the 11 times UCL holders The Galacticos at the Allianz Arena. The home ground of Bayern is known as their fort as it is very tough for any team to get a victory here. Many European giants had experienced a lot of tough situations there and the memories are so much sore for them. Considering the home advantage and the devastating form of the Bavarians, the German monsters are thought to be the favourites before the first whistle. Even they are ahead on the Odds and also according the most of the websites.
The last time these two giants faced each other was in the International Champions Cup at the Metlife Stadium of New Jersey, United States of America. Danilo’s lone strike saw the Blancos having the final laugh. But these two teams last time met in the UCL was in the semi final of 2013-14 season back in April, 2014. Madridistas won the both legs to secure a place in the final where they also beat city rivals Atletico to win their “La Decima”.
Predicted Bayern Munich Line Up for the match : Manuel Neuer (GK); Philipp Lahm (RB), Jerome Boateng (CB), Javi Martinez (CB), David Alaba (LB); Arturo Vidal (CDM), Xabi Alonso (CDM); Frank Ribery (LW), Thomas Muller(CAM), Arjen Robben (RW); Robert Lewandowski (ST).
Predicted Real Madrid Line Up for the match : Keylor Navas (GK); Dani Carvajal (RB), Sergio Ramos (CB), Nacho Fernandez (CB), Marcelo (LB); Casemiro (CDM), Toni Kroos (CM), Luka Modric (CM): Cristiano Ronaldo (LW), Gareth Bale (RW), Karim Benzema (ST).
Thomas Muller has just come back from an injury and will be fit for the big game. Pepe and Varane’s injury has made the task tougher for Zinedine Zidane and he will have to choose another option as Ramos’ partner.