Real Madrid vs. Liverpool

  • Real Madrid welcomes Liverpool for the first leg of their UEFA Champions League quarter-final clash on Tuesday at Estadio Alfredo Di Stefano 22:00. Madrid is comfortably the most successful team in the European Cup history; currently, Real Madrid leads Group B with 10 points while Liverpool is the top leader of Group D with 13 points.
  • In the head-to-head meetings between these giants in the Champions Leagues in the previous last 3 games played, Real Madrid won all three matches. However, Liverpool’s recent record against Madrid is pretty poor, with their last defeat coming in 2018 final, Let's look at this game to inflict revenge today. Preview about this match, Tips, Odds, and free predictions, you may visit
  • In the last five games played recently by both teams, Real Madrid's form won 4 matches and 1 game ended in a draw while Liverpool won 3 games and lost 2. Liverpool's form has improved, and the Reds appear to be heading in the right direction once again.
  • Our recommendations in this match are Real Madrid wins, or the game ends with a draw.



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Real Madrid are the popular pick to progress after thumping Atalanta 4-1 on aggregate in this season’s UEFA Champions League (UCL) Round-of-16 (R16).
By winning the home leg 3-1, Real have now recorded three successive UCL wins in Madrid prior to this clash, all coming after a won first half and one goal in their favour during the 31st-40th minute period.
Though they are favoured to make it five straight UCL QF ties between English and Spanish teams favouring the latter, Real have accrued an average of just 52.8% possession per game across their last five UCL knockout home clashes (W1, D1, L3).
Across those same fixtures, the ‘Galacticos’ conceded a disappointing 7.0 shots on target per game. Hoping to exploit this vulnerability, and at least take an ‘away goal’ back to Anfield, Liverpool must recreate the form that saw them beat Leipzig in the R16 to negotiate this tie.
Both legs saw them win 2-0 after a goalless first half, and in turn - If excluding ET - ten (W8, L2) of Liverpool’s last 11 UCL games have favoured the first scorer to-nil.
Aiming to progress to a third UCL semi-final in just four years, Liverpool were level at HT in 62.5% of the eight wins shown above (W3, D5), meaning that a 0-0 HT scoreline here would come as little surprise.
Against opposition only from a top-five European league, the Reds’ FT record from their last ten post-group UCL matches standing 0-0 at HT, reads: W5, D3, L2.
Players to watch: A four-time European champion with Real, Karim Benzema has seen six of his last seven right-footed UCL goals act as match openers. Meanwhile, two of Liverpool forward Sadio Mané’s three UCL goals this term have come inside the 46th-60th minute period.
Hot stat: Five of the last six UCL QF matches contested between Spanish and English teams have seen the first scorer win with a clean sheet.

This nonsense we are all aware. Tips, I get it, 1X. But why are bookmarkers giving madrid 2.8 against 2.63 for LFC?