Missing Players and team news:

Madrid will again be without the services of Ramos due to a calf problem, while the match will also come too soon for Dani Carvajal, who is still battling to overcome a thigh issue. Varane is also unavailable due to a positive coronavirus test, but Eden Hazard could potentially make his return from a muscular problem, with a spot on the bench for the Belgian certainly a possibility. There is every chance that Zidane could decide to select the same XI that took to the field against Liverpool, with Asensio joining Vinicius and Benzema in the final third of the field. Federico Valverde is an option as an extra midfielder, but the Uruguay international has only just returned from injury and could therefore be named on the bench. As for Barca, Philippe Coutinho and Ansu Fati remain on the sidelines with knee injuries, while number two goalkeeper Neto Moura is still battling an ankle problem. Gerard Pique has made huge steps forward in his recovery from a knee problem, but the match might come just too soon for the Spaniard, meaning that Oscar Mingueza, Frenkie de Jong and Clement Lenglet could again feature as the back three. Sergi Roberto also has a chance of being in the squad, but the Spaniard is unlikely to start, with Sergino Dest set to keep his spot in the starting XI as the right-sided wing-back. There are not expected to be any changes further forward, meanwhile, with Dembele joining Antoine Griezmann and Messi as part of a front three.

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