- Bayern Munich and Real Madrid form one of the Champions League's richest and most intense historical rivalries
- They are reigning European champions and Spanish league leaders, but are Real Madrid actually any good?
- Robert Lewandowski out of Bayern Munich vs Real Madrid after failing to recover from injury
- Zinedine Zidane admits his Real Madrid job is not safe and says he is not preparing for pre-season
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What time is it?
Kick-off at the Allianz Arena is 19.45 BST.
Where can I watch it?
BT Sport 3 will be broadcasting the game. Coverage starts at 19.00
It’s a big game for…
Thomas Muller. With Robert Lewandowski out of tonight's game, the responsibility of leading Bayern's front line could now fall to Thomas Muller. The forward has not featured in the side's last two games but bagged two in their 6-0 rout of FC Augsburg at the start of the month. Muller may lack the athleticism and grace of Lewandowski, but the German certainly has the ability to make a difference this evening if picked to start.
Bayern were humiliated in their own back yard? Madrid fired four past the Germans, courtesy of a brace apiece from Sergio Ramos and Cristiano Ronaldo, to book their place in the 2014 Champions League final.
Last three meetings...
Bayern Munich 0 Real Madrid 4, Champions League, 2014
Real Madrid 1 Bayern Munich 0, Champions League, 2014
Real Madrid 1 Bayern Munich 3, Champions League, 2012
Bayern Munich: WLWWW
Real Madrid: DWWWW
Bayern Munich to win: 17/24
Real Madrid to win: 37/10
(Odds provided by Bet 888)