On Wednesday night, Bayern Munich and Real Madrid will go head to head for a record 17th time in the history of the UEFA Champions League.
Carlo Ancelotti face Real Madrid for the first time since he left in 2015, with his former assistant - Zinedine Zidane now in charge at Madrid.
The Germans come into the game with a superb home form, unbeaten in all competitions since March last year. Also, they just defeated Borussia Dortmund 4-1 last weekend, having won seven straight home matches and scoring 30 goals in the same period. SportyBet make Bayern Munich favorites at (1.69) for Wednesday's clash.
Madrid played a 1-1 draw on Saturday in La Liga against Aletico Madrid, although they are still on top of the table in Spain. Zidane's team are offered at (4.59) to win this match, even though they have lost nine of their 11 away games against Bayern Munich in European competition. Real Madrid have scored over 1.5 goals in all eight of their games in the tournament so far, while Bayern have done the same in six of their eight Champions League games this season. Both teams to score is available at (1.52) on SportyBet.
Cristiano Ronaldo has gone 613 minutes without a goal in Champions League and will be eager to end that brief drought at the Allianz Arena. SportyBet offer the current Ballon D'Or holder at (2.20) to score at anytime, and he is behind only Robert Lewandowski in the anytime goalscorer betting.
Real Madrid captain Sergio Ramos is fond of scoring at the Allianz Arena, scoring twice in his team's previous match at Bayern's home. The centre-back is offered at (8.00) to score at anytime and at (22.49) to open the scoring as he did in 2014. Karim Benzema, who is Madrid's top scorer this season in the Champions League with five goals could be backed to score anytime at (2.85). The Frenchman has a tally of 51 goals in 90 appearances in the Champions League, including scoring the only goal of the game when the teams met at the Bernabeu in 2014.
For Bayern Munich, Arjen Robben - who scored in both legs of Bayern's win over Arsenal in the previous round - is available at (2.35) to score against his former club and Xabi Alonso, who played for five years at the Bernabeu, can be backed at (5.00) to score his first Champions League goal of the season.
Lewandowski scored twice in the weekend in win over Borussia Dortmund - to take his tally to 16 goals in his last 12 matches for club and country. The Polish striker also scored against Real Madrid four times, for his former club Dortmund in the 2013 semi finals. The 28-year-old has scored in each of Bayern's last six home matches in all competitions and is offered at (1.65) to score on Wednesday, though we are not sure of how fit he is, considering that he got a knock in the weekend.
Bayern Munich have scored over 2.5 goals in 80% of their last ten home games, whilst Real Madrid have scored three or more goals in 100% of their last ten on the road. Over 2.5 goals in this tie is available at (1.53) on SportyBet.
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