Not long now until the fascinating Champions League semi-final showdown between Real Madrid and Manchester City on Wednesday. Having come this far, and with the incentive for the side that wins the match being a coveted place in the final of the competition, we could be set for a great game.
Real Madrid, who won their previous game, will hope for a similar result following the 4 0 La Liga victory against Espanyol.
In that match, Real Madrid had 58percent possession and 11 shots at goal with 5 of them on target. For Real Madrid, the goalscorers were Rodrygo Goes 33 43 Marco Asensio 55, and Karim Benzema 81. Espanyol got 20 shots at goal with 6 on target.
At least three goals per match have been seen in 5 of the past 6 fixtures where Real Madrid has been involved. Opposing sides scored 10 of them in this period while Real Madrid totted up 17.
Manchester City will go into the encounter following on from a 0 4 Premier League win vs Leeds United in their last outing.
In that match, Manchester City managed 60percent possession and 19 shots at goal with 6 of them on target. For Manchester City, goals were scored by Rodri 13, Nathan Ake 54 Gabriel Jesus 78, and Fernandinho 93. Leeds United had 7 attempts at goal with 2 of them on target.
With their forward play coming to the fore of late, Manchester City has helped themselves to an abundance of goals over their previous 6 clashes 18 to be exact. That translates to the ominous mean average of 3 goals scored per match for this time. It will be interesting to see if that trend will be continued in this game.
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