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Real Madrid's Isco and Bayern Munich's Boateng clash their heads during the first leg. Reuters

With a place in the Champions League final up for grabs, Bayern Munich lock horns with Real Madrid in the second-leg of the semi-final at the Allianz Arena on Tuesday evening.

Where to Watch Live

Kick-off is set for 7:45pm BST. Live coverage is on UTV and ITV 1. Radio commentary of the game will be available on BBC Radio 5 Live.


Bayern come into this fixture after registering a comeback win against Werder Bremen in their previous Bundesliga at home on Saturday. The Bavarians were trailing 1-2 at half time as Franck Ribery's goal was sandwiched between strikes from Theodor Gebre Selassie and Aaron Hunt.

However, a brace from Claudio Pizarro and goals from Bastian Schweinsteiger and Arjen Robben secured a 5-2 win for the home side.

Pep Guardiola's side have successfully defended their Bundesliga crown and must now overturn the 0-1 deficit in the Champions League, if they want to defend their title by progressing into the final for the fourth time in five years.

Bayern's top scorer Mario Mandzukic runs the risk of missing the Champions League final in Lisbon if he gets booked at the Allianz Arena.

Mario Mandzukic
One Yellow card and Bayern's top scorer in all competitions with 26 goals, Mario Mandzukic will miss the Champions League final. Reuters

In the first-leg at the Santiago Bernabeu, Karim Benzema's solitary goal settled the tie 1-0 in Real's favour. The La Liga outfit were happy to keep the clean sheet and not concede an away goal last Wednesday.

However, the second-leg will be a tense affair for Bayern as Carlo Ancelotti's side are on a winning run of four matches in all competitions and have an opportunity to increase their advantage by scoring an away goal.

The Spanish capital outfit were powered by Cristiano Ronaldo in their previous La Liga fixture as they ran out 4-0 winners over Osasuna. The Portuguese international netted the first two goals of the game before Sergio Ramos and Daniel Carvajal headed home the third and fourth goal respectively.

Real are currently third in the league table with 82 points, six points behind Atletico Madrid. However, they have played only 34 matches and have a game in hand over their city rivals. Any slipups from Diego Simeone's side could tilt the title race in their favour.

Real last won Europe's top prize for the ninth time in 2002 and since then have never managed to reach the final. However, they now have the chance to go one-step away from achieving the feat for the 10<sup>th time by beating the defending champions in their own backyard.

The bigger worry for Ancelotti is that three of his players are walking a disciplinary tightrope, as the Spanish trio of Xabi Alonso, Sergio Ramos and Asier Illarramendi are one booking away from missing the showdown in Lisbon on 24 May.

What Managers Say

Pep Guardiola: "Madrid counterattack at pace. If you lose the ball you need to make sure you close down the space and make the defence compact. They will seek to defend their advantage for 90 minutes, but I'm not sure how. We're already German champions and there is lots more we can achieve. We cannot do it by ourselves tomorrow. We need the fans, who have been outstanding so far. They can push us towards the final. The team want it, I want it, the fans want it, and together we can achieve it."

Carlo Ancelotti: "We know tomorrow's game is going to be very difficult. We are playing against a great team with a small advantage, so we are not that stupid as to think we have already qualified. It's going to be really hard. It is true that we have athletes of the highest calibre; we are physically very strong. It is possible to advance even if we don't score, but our intention is to do so. We have scored a lot in the UEFA Champions League and in the Liga and my intention is that we do so again in this one."

Team Form

Real Madrid's Cristiano Ronaldo celebrates his goal against Osasuna during their Spanish First Division soccer match at Santiago Bernabeu stadium in Madrid April 26, 2014.
Cristiano Ronaldo is the top scorer in the Champions League this season with 14 goals. Reuters

Bayern Munich

  • Last Five (all competitions, most recent first): W L W W L
  • Last Result: Bayern Munich 5-2 Werder Bremen

Real Madrid

  • Last Five (all competitions, most recent first): W W W W L
  • Last Result: Real Madrid 4-0 Osasuna

Team News

Bayern Munich

  • Injured: Holger Badstuber (knee), Xherdan Shaqiri (hamstring), Tom Starke (elbow), Thiago Alcantara (match fitness)
  • Doubtful: N/A
  • Suspended: N/A

Probable Lineup: Neuer; Lahm, Dante, Boateng, Alaba; Martinez, Schweinsteiger; Robben, Kroos, Ribery; Mandzukic

Real Madrid

  • Injured: Alvaro Arbeloa (knee), Jese Rodriguez (knee), Sami Khedira (knee)
  • Doubtful: N/A
  • Suspended: N/A

Probable Lineup: Casillas; Carvajal, Ramos, Pepe, Coentrao; Alonso, Modric; Di Maria, Isco, Ronaldo; Benzema