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Juventus

Real Madrid

20.45 CET
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Juventus-Real Madrid goals Watch goals by Alessandro Del Piero, Predrag Mijatović, Ronaldo, Pavel Nedvěd and Marcelo Zalayeta from previous memorable meetings between Juventus and Madrid.
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Cristiano Ronaldo & Carlo Ancelotti (Real Madrid CF)Since losing to FC Barcelona on 22 March Madrid have recorded eight wins, the most recent being a 3-2 victory at Sevilla FC on Saturday in which Cristiano Ronaldo scored his 25th Liga hat-trick.
The Matchday Live audio show is on air shortly, but before then why not listen to the team's two minute preview of tonight's first leg ...

Arturo Vidal (Juventus)Arturo Vidal headed the winning goal as Juventus clinched a fourth successive Serie A title with a 1-0 win at UC Sampdoria at the weekend.
Madrid have won eight of their last 11 away games – drawing two – and won all three in this season's group stage. Their only defeat in this sequence came in last season's quarter-final against Borussia Dortmund when a 3-0 home win was followed by a 2-0 loss in Germany.
Unbeaten in 12 home matches in UEFA competition, Massimiliano Allegri's men have won four out of five games in Turin in this campaign, including victories over Borussia Dortmund and AS Monaco FC in the knockout rounds.
Carlo Ancelotti (Real Madrid CF)Carlo Ancelotti, Madrid coach: Juventus have always had a strong, competitive team so it's hard to win here. That said, we want to realise a dream by playing another final after winning the Champions League last year. If you have courage you win, if you have fear you lose.
Massimiliano Allegri (Juventus)Massimiliano Allegri, Juventus coach: I don't think Juve against Real and Real against Juve will both finish 0-0, so we've got to do particularly well in attack. It would have been better if [Luka] Modrić and [Paul] Pogba were involved. We hope to have Pogba back for the return leg.
Juventus StadiumWelcome to UEFA.com's coverage from Turin for the first leg of the UEfA Champions League semi-final between Juventus and Real Madrid CF. Tonight's fixture promises to be an enthralling contest between two teams with rich European histories.

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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

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Massimiliano Allegri (ITA)

Carlo Ancelotti (ITA)

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Partly cloudy night

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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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