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Ahead of tonight's Champions League final, Oulala have put together a combined XI comprised of Real Madrid and Atletico players, based on this season's league stats.
The finalists may have finished just two points apart after 38 fixtures but this line-up is dominated by Real Madrid, with Atletico's full-backs Juanfran and and Filipe Luis the only representatives from Los Colchoneros.
Atletico conceded only 18 times throughout the campaign while their Madrid rivals struck 110 goals, and tonight's final in Milan will provide a fascinating contrast in styles.
Read a full break down of statistics behind the line-up and don't forget to tune into ITV at 11.15pm tonight for highlights of the match.
Welsh forward Gareth Bale has suffered a knee injury, his club Real Madrid have announced.
Real are one point behind leaders Barcelona in the Primera Division title race and it has been reported on the Marca.com website that Bale will miss the penultimate league game of the season against Valencia on Sunday.
A statement posted on Real Madrid's official website said: "Following the tests carried out on Gareth Bale, he has been diagnosed with a joint strain in his right knee. His recovery will continue to be assessed."
A deflected Gareth Bale strike ended Man City's Champions League and sent Real Madrid through to face city rivals Atletico in the final.Read the full story ›
Cristiano Ronaldo has been passed fit for the second leg of Real Madrid's Champions League semi-final against Manchester City, coach Zinedine Zidane has announced.
The former Manchester United forward has missed Real's last three games - including the goalless draw in the first leg at the Etihad Stadium last week - with a thigh injury.
But the Portuguese has played a full part in training ahead of Wednesday's second clash at the Bernabeu and Zidane says he is ready to return.
Speaking at his pre-match press conference, Zidane said: "Cristiano is okay. He is 100 per cent. He trained this morning and he will be there tomorrow."
Kelechi Iheanacho has admitted Manchester City will head to Real Madrid with their confidence damaged by Sunday's 4-2 Premier League defeat at Southampton.
Nigeria hitman Iheanacho struck twice as City's sole positive in a bleak south coast thumping at the hands of Ronald Koeman's Saints, for whom Sadio Mane scored a hat-trick.
The 19-year-old hopes to have earned a start for City's Champions League semi-final second leg at Real on Wednesday night, but admitted Manuel Pellegrini's side saw their preparations dented in defeat at Saints.
"This was not good preparation, this game didn't give us enough confidence but we'll put it behind us as soon as we leave here and focus on the game on Wednesday," said Iheanacho.
"We need to put it behind us, it's gone, it's not going to come back.
"So many things went wrong in the game, we lost so many balls and we didn't defend well.
"We lost so we're not happy, but we'll put it behind us and come back stronger."
But will he start in the week? Only time will tell.
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