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Champions League Final Prediction And Line Ups For Liverpool Vs Real Madrid.

41 years after their inaugural meeting at Paris,Liverpool and Real Madrid meet up for yet another Champions League final on Saturday 28th May.It is expected to be an interesting game with both teams knowing that they deserve to be in the final.For Liverpool it will be a revenge affair after losing 3-1 to the Los Blancos in 2018.Mohamed Salah knows that it is all to play for come Saturday.

If Manchester City would have lost to Aston Villa then the quadruple hopes would still be alive for the Reds.However,they will not mind getting a treble this season as they chase their 7th European trophy.For Real Madrid they will be looking to extend their record breaking 14 European trophies.They were crowned champions of Spain after winning their 35th La Liga title.That achievement made Real Madrid manager Carlo Ancelotti the only manager to have won all the titles in the 5 major leagues in Europe.

Injury updates.

After being substituted in their FA Cup final win against Chelsea due to injuries,Van Dijk and Mohamed Salah will be fit to play on Saturday.Fabinho has also been cleared to play.It still remains a doubt whether Thiago Alcantara will be fit to play but Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp remains very optimistic.

For Real Madrid David Alaba is expected to be back after he was seen in training with his teammates.There are no other injury concerns for the Spanish champions and Ancelotti has been able to rotate his squad in their final La Liga games.

Possible Line Up for Liverpool.

Alisson,Alexander Arnold,Van Dijk,Konate,Robertson,Fabinho,Thiago,Henderson,Salah,Mane,Diaz.

Possible Line Up for Real Madrid.



Liverpool 2-2 Real Madrid(After Extra time.Liverpool to win at penalties.)

One thing that we should all expect is plenty of goals wit both teams boasting strong attacking players.

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