UEFA Champions League finals: date, kick-off, venue, referees, probable lineup, predictions

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UEFA Champions League finals: date, kick-off, venue, referees, probable lineup, predictions

The 69th season of the UEFA Champions League will be brought to an end on Saturday night when 14-time winner Real Madrid faces one-time winner Borussi

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The 69th season of the UEFA Champions League will be brought to an end on Saturday night when 14-time winner Real Madrid faces one-time winner Borussia Dortmund.

Venue

Wembley Stadium, London

Kick-off Time

7 pm

 

Headline Artist

Lenny Kravitz, Germany

 

Referees

Slavko Vincic (Slovenia), Main Referee

Tomaz Klancnik (Slovenia), Assistant l

Andraz Kovacic (Slovenia), Assistant ll

H2H

14 meetings

Dortmund 3 wins, 19 goals scored

Real Madrid 6 wins, 24 goals scored

Draws 5

 

Real Madrid are the favourites here because they are the kings of this competition. Carlos Ancelottis’s side is so sensational in this competition, especially in the business end. The White Angels are undefeated in the competition and it will take something so special for the Germans to break down the Spanish champions.

Borussia Dortmund under Edin Terzic has been very inconsistent throughout the season but has been more than fantastic in the UCL. The job at hand is so difficult but they will fancy their chance. Dortmund has proven in the UCL that no one knows what they will present on the night like what they did against Atlético Madrid and Paris Saint Germain in the knockout stages.

 

Probable Real Madrid Line up

4-3-1-2

Courtoise (GK)

Carvajal, Nacho, Rudiger, Mendy (DF)

Camavinga, Kroos, Valverde (CM)

Bellingham (AM)

Rodrygo, Vinicius (FW)

 

Probable Dortmund lineup

4-2-3-1

Kobel GK

Ryerson, Hummels, Schlotterbeck, Maatsen (DF)

Can, Sabitzer (CM)

Adeyemi, Brandt, Sancho (AMF)

Fullkrug (ST)

Prediction

Real Madrid is the bookmaker’s favourite and so deserves it. Dortmund is a huge underdog and they only know what they can do.

Real Madrid 3-1 Dortmund

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