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1st Half

Juventus

Morata 9

Real Madrid

Ronaldo 27
20.45 CET
1-1

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Real Madrid CF dressing roomJohn Bradley, commentator on Matchday Live:
Times have changed since last year when Juventus went out in the semi-finals of the UEFA Europa League. Antonio Conte has gone out, Massimiliano Allegri is in. This is different to last season, a different dynamic, as they were huge favourites to win the competition then but this year, of the four, they may be least favourites.

Listen by clicking ‘LISTEN: MATCHDAY LIVE’ at the top of the page.
Paolo Menicucci, Juventus Stadium: The speaker has just announced the starting line-ups. Only the first names for Juventus players with fans shouting their surnames. Now time for the Juve anthem with fans singing and showing their scarves, fantastic atmosphere at the Juventus Stadium.
With 20 European Cup finals between them, Juventus and Real Madrid CF have a wealth of experience on the big stage. We're minutes away from one of these team's possibly taking the first step to reaching another final in Berlin.
Cristiano Ronaldo (Real Madrid CF) arrivesCristiano Ronaldo has scored eight goals in this season's competition. Will he add to his tally tonight?
Massimiliano Allegri (Juventus)Massimiliano Allegri, Juventus coach: They are champions of Europe so compared with us they could have a slightly better chance; but it's not a semi-final where you can say we've got nothing to lose – we can lose the chance of being in the final. We've got to remember what we've done so far.
This is the fifth consecutive season in which Madrid have reached the semi-finals whereas Juventus are playing in the final four for the first time since 2003 - when they beat Madrid 4-3 on aggregate.
My first Champions League memory: Iker Casillas A three-time winner and starter tonight, Iker Casillas tells UEFA.com about his early memories of watching the competition.
Carlo Ancelotti (Real Madrid CF) arrivesCarlo Ancelotti, Madrid coach: Pirlo is a great, fantastic player. I read that he considers me as a father; I consider him a brother!
Zinédine Zidane (Real Madrid CF/Juventus montage)Zinédine Zidane, Madrid legend and current coach of Real Madrid Castilla, famously played for Juve between 1996 and 2001, winning two Serie A titles and playing in the 1997 and 1998 UEFA Champions League final defeats.
Hear how Madrid narrowly beat city rivals Atlético on Matchday Live to reach the semi-finals.

Real Madrid have not conceded an away goal in 444 minutes in this season's competition, since the sixth minute of their first away game in Group B against PFC Ludogorets Razgrad.
Juventus dressing roomA look inside Juventus' changing room.
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Carlos Tévez (Juventus) arrivesThe teams' respective leading goalscorers Carlos Tévez and Cristiano Ronaldo were team-mates at Manchester United FC, winning the 2008 UEFA Champions League. Patrice Evra was also part of the same team.

Attempts on target

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on target

Juventus

Real Madrid

1
Buffon (GK)(C)
3
Chiellini
19
Bonucci
26
Lichtsteiner
33
Evra
8
Marchisio
21
Pirlo
23
Vidal
27
Sturaro
9
Morata
10
Tévez
1
Casillas (GK)(C)
2
Varane
3
Pepe
4
Ramos
12
Marcelo
15
Carvajal
8
Kroos
10
James Rodríguez
11
Bale
23
Isco
7
Ronaldo

Bench

30
Storari (GK)
15
Barzagli
7
Pepe
20
Padoin
37
Pereyra
14
Llorente
32
Matri
13
Navas (GK)
5
Fábio Coentrão
17
Arbeloa
16
Lucas Silva
24
Illarramendi
14
Hernández
20
Jesé

Coach

Massimiliano Allegri (ITA)

Carlo Ancelotti (ITA)

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Partly cloudy night

The pitch is excellent

18°C78% Air humidity
Juventus Stadium

Juventus Stadium

Turin ITA

UEFA Champions League

Semi-finals

05 May 2015, 20:45 CET

Martin Atkinson

Referee

Martin Atkinson (ENG)

Assistant referees

Michael Mullarkey (ENG)

Stephen Child (ENG)

Fourth official

Peter Kirkup (ENG)

Additional assistant referees

Anthony Taylor (ENG)

Andre Marriner (ENG)

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