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How Real Madrid should line up vs Liverpool – Champions League

Liverpool and Real Madrid will collide in the Champions League final in Kiev on Saturday evening. Who will come out on top?

Going into the contest, Zinedine Zidane has got a fully fit (AS) squad and he could start his strongest possible side against the Anfield club.

Welsh international Gareth Bale has lately been a bench warmer under the management of the French boss. However, the former Tottenham star can make the difference and he should get the nod to start.

The likes of Karim Benzema and Cristiano Ronaldo should start with Bale in the attack for the reigning European champions.

Brazilian international Casemiro should start in the holding midfield role and in front of him, Kroos and Modric should start in the central midfield.

As far as the defense is concerned, Marcelo and Carvajal should start in the fullback positions, while Ramos and Varane must start in the central defense in front of Costa Rican shot stopper Keylor Navas.

Here is how Real Madrid should line up in the Champions League final.

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