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La Liga Real Madrid will host Manchester City tomorrow at Bernabue for the return leg of the Champions League semis tomorrow. Manchester City won 4-3 at the Etihad and they will be hoping to keep the lead at Bernabue to make it to the Champions League final.
Real Madrid Team News:
David Alaba missed the La Liga fixture this weekend against Espanyol which saw them being crowned the La Liga Champions this campaign. Alaba was uncomfortable during the first leg at the Etihad and was subbed off, it remains unknown whether he will feature for the Los Blancos tomorrow. Ancelloti however is hopeful that Alaba will be fine to play tomorrow.
Eden Hazard, Gareth Bale and Luka Jovic are all out due to injury. Eder Militao and Nacho Fernandez will return to the side after they had been suspended.
Possible Real Madrid starting XI:
Courtois to start on goal. Carvajal, Militao, Alaba and Mendy to form the back four. Kroos, Casemiro and Modric to pair at midfield while Rodrygo, Benzema and Vinicius Jr will lead the attack.
Manchester City Team News:
Joao Cancelo is set to return to the side from suspension. Kyle Walker is out with an ankle injury and could fail to feature for the Citizens for the remainder of the campaign.
Nathan Ake came off during the victory over Leeds on Saturday with a knock and therefore remains a doubt. Zincheko could take his place at the starting XI.
Possible Manchester City starting XI:
Ederson to start on goal. Cancelo, Dias, Laporte and Zinchenko to form the backline. Silva, Rodri and De Bruyne to play at midfield while Mahrez, Jesus and Foden start upfront.
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