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Real Madrid vs. Juventus hinges on Iker Casillas vs. Gianluigi Buffon battle

Take a By The Numbers look ahead of the Champions League semifinal first legs, as Real Madrid search for consecutive Champions League titles and Bayern Munich aim to continue their dominance at the Camp Nou.

It's the 10th anniversary of the most recent time Juventus knocked Real Madrid out of Europe, and -- surprise, surprise -- only two players remain from that dramatic, two-red card, extra-time win for Fabio Capello's Vecchia Signora at the old Stadio Delle Alpi.

They are, of course, the two keepers, Iker Casillas and Gigi Buffon.

Between them, they have 283 UEFA club appearances. They've both lifted the World Cup, and both men need a trophy cabinet the size of a small restaurant at home in order...

 By Rob Train

Real Madrid's UCL tie vs. Juventus will be tougher than expected

The ESPN FC crew are joined by Santi Solari to discuss the La Liga title race, where he feels Real Madrid are still title contenders with three matches left in the season.

Sometimes, a game of football is a bit more than just a game. Juventus versus Real Madrid in the Champions League semifinals falls into that category, albeit one that will be contested over 180 minutes. The stakes are incredibly high for both sides.

For Real Madrid, it's an opportunity to win Europe's highest club prize twice consecutively. On the other hand, Juventus has the prospect of a first Champions League final in over a decade. There is also national pride at stake for the Italian side.

Since...

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Juve-Real Madrid; Barcelona-Bayern: Champions League predicted XIs

Take a By The Numbers look ahead of the Champions League semifinal first legs, as Real Madrid search for consecutive Champions League titles and Bayern Munich aim to continue their dominance at the Camp Nou.

The Champions League is down to the final four with Italian champions Juventus hosting European champions Real Madrid on Tuesday and Pep Guardiola returning to Barcelona with his current club Bayern Munich on Wednesday.

Ahead of the fixtures we've factored in form, suspensions and injuries to predict the possible starting XIs for each team as they look to gain a first-leg advantage.

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Juventus team news: Juventus will be without star midfielder Paul Pogba (thigh) and...

Sergio Ramos in midfield provides stability for Real Madrid, Pepe says

ESPN FC's Alejandro Moreno does not see much validity in Carlo Ancelotti's statements that Sergio Ramos is a world-class defender, as he's managed the likes of Paolo Maldini during his managerial career.
The ESPN FC crew are joined by Santi Solari to discuss the La Liga title race, where he feels Real Madrid are still title contenders with three matches left in the season.

Real Madrid defender Pepe says his usual centre-back partner Sergio Ramos has the quality and personality to continue in a midfield role in Tuesday's Champions League semifinal at Juventus.

Ramos was surprisingly picked in midfield for Madrid's 1-0 quarterfinal second leg win over Atletico Madrid, then again in last Saturday's 3-2 La Liga win at Sevilla, and coach Carlo Ancelotti has suggested the experiment will continue in Tuesday's huge match in Turin.

Speaking at the pregame news conference,...

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Gareth Bale joining Chelsea would make Blues dominant - Gary Neville

The ESPN FC panel present the Premier League team of the weekend for week 35, as Christian Benteke leads the attack and Cesar Azpilicueta and Branislav Ivanovic anchor the defence.

Chelsea signing Gareth Bale could see the side dominate for years to come, according to Gary Neville.

Chelsea wrapped up the Premier League title on Sunday, adding the trophy to their Capital One Cup success in March.

The Blues have been top of the table throughout the campaign, and are 13 points clear with three matches of the season remaining.

Bale's future at Real Madrid, meanwhile, has been the subject of conjecture, with Chelsea one of the clubs reportedly monitoring his situation.

And former...