Liverpool vs Real Madrid match forecast for the UEFA Champions League

Liverpool FC and Real Madrid CF will clash in the Champions League final on Saturday evening, 28 May, at the Stade de France in Paris. What should we be expecting from the main contest of the European football season? Full statistics and current odds for the match can be found at 1xbet application.

Liverpool

Jurgen Klopp’s side finished second in the domestic league table with 92 points from 38 games played. Once again, the team are only 1 point behind Manchester City! They have scored 94 goals and conceded 26. There have been 17 wins and 2 draws in their 19 Premier League outings. The Mane-Salah-Jota link-up is on fire: they have scored an incredible 54 goals between them in the league. The Merseyside side have nine wins in their last ten games. Two weeks ago, the club won the domestic cup, beating Chelsea at Wembley (again, a 1-0 win on penalties).

Last Saturday, the Reds beat Wolverhampton 3-1 at home, although they were 0-1 down. Mohamed Salah and Virgil van Dijk have recovered from their injuries, which must be pleasing to Klopp. Liverpool defeated Inter, Benfica and Villarreal in the previous rounds of the competition.

Real Madrid

A month ago, Carlo Ancelotti’s side sealed the Spanish title with a 4-0 victory against Espanyol. Madrid have scored 86 points in 38 games in the Primeração. The Italian international, Benzema (top scorer in the league with 27 goals) and Vinicius (17 goals), scored 80 goals, more than any other team, while conceding just 31. Last Friday, the Flames called a 0-0 draw at home to Betis (2.0), before failing to thump Cadiz 1-1. However, these encounters were of no tournament significance for Real.

Now, all the Royal Club’s thoughts are on the Champions League clash. Ancelotti will have all of his leaders in the starting line-up, with Alaba, Bale and Hazard recovering from injury. Karim Benzema is the top scorer in the competition, with 15 goals. In previous rounds, PSG, Chelsea and Manchester City have all been drawn.

Face-offs

The teams met each other in the last year’s Champions League quarter-final, where the Spaniards were stronger (3-1 and 0-0). Prior to that, the clubs met in the final in 2018, and once again the Spaniards were the better side (3-1).

Liverpool vs Real Madrid

On paper, the Merseysiders look the favourites for the match: Klopp’s charges are in great form, unbeaten for 18 matches in a row, the squad is replete with top-flight stars. The Reds are a real machine without any weaknesses, with Salah and Van Dijk also back in action. However, Madrid have shown time and again during this playoff run that they should not be written off. They have beaten every previous opponent in heroic fashion and Benzema and Modric have enjoyed a second youth this year. Bet on the obvious “both goals” option and expect a real extravaganza on the pitch in Paris.

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