Everything you need to know as last season's finalists go head to head again in the second leg of their quarter-final tie.
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- Real Madrid hold 3-0 advantage after Turin first leg
- Ronaldo set to make 150th UCL appearance
- Ramos, Dybala and Bentancur suspended
- Follow live build-up to the game right here
- How to watch the game where you are
Reporter's view: Zinédine Zidane's men have one foot in the last four in the competition that seems to bring out the best in them. They will be confident of getting the job done at the Bernabéu, despite the suspended Sergio Ramos and injured Nacho leaving them depleted at the back. At the other end, Cristiano Ronaldo will be determined to score in an 11th(!) successive UEFA Champions League match.
Real Madrid: Navas; Carvajal, Casemiro, Varane, Marcelo; Kovačić, Modrić, Kroos; Isco, Ronaldo, Benzema
Out: Nacho (muscle), Ramos (suspended)
Doubtful: Vázquez (ankle)
Misses next match if booked: Kovačić
Juventus: Buffon; De Sciglio, Benatia, Chiellini, Alex Sandro; Khedira, Pjanić, Matuidi; Cuadrado, Higuaín, Douglas Costa
Out: Dybala (suspended), Bentancur (suspended), Bernardeschi (knee), Barzagli (stomach)
Misses next match if booked: Alex Sandro, Chiellini
Fantasy Football top point scorers
Real Madrid: Cristiano Ronaldo, forward (79 points, €12.7m)
Juventus: Gonzalo Higuaín, forward (37 points, €10.7m)
Where to watch
Real Madrid 1-1 Atlético Madrid
Benevento 2-4 Juventus
Real Madrid: DWWWWW
*All competitions, most recent first
Zinédine Zidane, Real Madrid coach
The result in the first leg doesn't change anything for us. It's another game – what happened, happened. We got a good result but it's only half-time. We have the second half tomorrow. We need to play another great game. I'm only thinking about tomorrow and us, not about potential opponents further down the line.
Massimiliano Allegri, Juventus coach
What we want to do is reverse this 3-0. It was a tough result, we'll need to play a complete game against a complete team if we are to get a positive result. Nobody expected us to concede after two minutes in Turin, so why can't we do the same tomorrow? We need to give our all. We need to be serious as we're still battling for the league.