Real Madrid Starting XI Prediction vs Liverpool (Champions League Final)


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Real Madrid are the Reyes Del Europa, the Kings of Europe, as they’ve claimed 12 UEFA Champions League titles, and 21 UEFA club competition trophies in total. Both are the most by a very handsome margin, and Los Blancos are favored to claim another piece of Euro silverware Saturday, when they take on Liverpool in the Champions League final in Kiev.

Vincente Del Bosque, former Madrid player and coach, has made a few exceedingly bold claims about his former club, saying great white will win 4-1, and that no one player on Liverpool, even the transcendent Mohamed Salah, would be able to get into the Real Madrid starting XI.

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Uhm, yeah, okay dude, you just go ahead and be you.

That said, let’s take a look at who might be in the two time defending European champions’ first team. Also, if you’re enjoying these photos, they’re from the Santiago Bernabeu tour, and if you want to see or learn more, go to our review of the Real Madrid stadium tour go at this link.

The Sports Bank’s Real Madrid Starting XI Prediction (4-3-3)

Cristiano Ronaldo    Karim Benzema    Vasquez

Toni Kroos    Casemiro    Luka Modric

Marcelo      Raphael Varane     Sergio Ramos     Dani Carvajal

Keylor Navas

“I haven’t got my starting XI for the Champions League final in my head,” manger Zinedine Zidane said as the La Liga season concluded. Zidane said after the final day of the La Liga season.

“We’re ready. Also we haven’t picked up any injuries tonight, which was important. We’re ready for this last match and Kiev final, which is the most special game of the season.”

If Real Madrid win, they will become the first side to win three straight European titles since Bayern Munich in 1976.

Injury report and team news for both teams: go to this link

Manager press conference videos: coming Friday

Odds: Real Madrid 4/6, Liverpool 6/5


Liverpool starting XI Prediction: go to this link

Paul M. Banks runs The Sports and TheBank.News, which is partnered with News Now. Banks, a former writer for the Washington Times, NBC and Chicago, currently contributes regularly to WGN CLTV and the Tribune company’s blogging community Chicago Now.

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