Manchester City will continue to seek their first Champions League title after losing the finals to Chelsea last season when they clash against Real Madrid.
Los Blancos will aim to continue their fairy tales as they aim to win the La Liga and the Champions League this season.
The host will be without Joao Canelo due to suspension, the Portuguese defender was shown his third yellow card against Atletico Madrid.
Kyle Walker and John Stones are doubtful for the clash against Real Madrid due to an ankle injury and muscular injury respectively.
The visitors have no concern worries as Eder Militao is back from the suspension against Chelsea.
Manager Carlo Ancelotti’s major concern is the injury to Casemiro and David Alaba, The Brazilian star has missed two of Real Madrid’s last games against Sevilla due to suspension and Osasuna was due to some muscular discomfort.
Eden Hazard, Luka Jovic and Mariano Diaz are all on the injury list for Real Madrid ahead of the match against Manchester City.
HEAD TO HEAD
Manchester City boasted of a better head to head meeting in the last five games, Manchester City defeated Real Madrid home and away in their last meeting in the Champions League.
In the last five meetings, Manchester City claimed three wins and Real Madrid won one of those meetings and one ended in a draw.
Pep Guardiola’s men have not been in their best form for the end of the season business, in the last five games two wins, one defeat and two draws.
Though the top the Premier League table with a point over Liverpool, it was a massive point difference at some point it has now been reduced to just a point.
Los Blancos has maintained a consistent form going into the end of the season campaign, though they had some patches in between but were able to scale through for example the games against PSG and Chelsea.
In the domestic scene, they have been able to maintain their leadership this season despite the heavy loss to Barcelona that sent panic waves to the team and supporters worldwide.
Ederson; Walker, Dias, Laporte, Zinchenko; Silva, Rodri, De Bruyne; Mahrez, Jesus, Sterling
Courtois; Carvajal, Militao, Nacho, Marcelo; Kroos, Camavinga, Modric; Valverde, Benzema, Vinicius Junior
Manchester City 2-2 Real Madrid
This clash might end in a draw, considering two things, one, both teams are marred with injuries to key players and secondly, Real Madrid played most of their best games away from home.
Our experts at moniebet.com are going with over 2.5 goals.