- Joe Hart helped City hold Real Madrid to a 0-0 draw in last Tuesday's first leg
- Cristiano Ronaldo declared fit after missing Madrid's last three games
- Hosts without Karim Benzema and Casemiro; City missing David Silva
- Ronaldo needs one goal to equal European Cup record for most in a season
- Manchester City targeting their first major European final
Real Madrid: Navas; Carvajal, Ramos, Pepe, Marcelo; Modrić, Kroos, Isco; Bale, Jesé, Ronaldo.
Out: Benzema (hamstring), Casemiro (hip)
Man. City: Hart; Sagna, Otamendi, Kompany, Clichy; Fernando, Fernandinho; Navas, Touré, De Bruyne; Agüero.
Out: Silva (hamstring), Zabaleta (calf)
Doubtful: Touré (muscular problem)
Zinédine Zidane, Real Madrid coach
Cristiano [Ronaldo] is fine, 100%. There's no risk – he's training. He's improved over the last week. He is a player who looks after himself and recovers quickly.
It will be a disaster if we don't go through. This will be a tougher game than the first leg because we know it will all be decided. They have good players, especially up front, but we'll play our football as always. We won't have the same game as the second leg against Wolfsburg. We can't think we'll score two or three inside 15 minutes. It's a different game and we know we'll suffer from the first minute to the 90th. We need to be patient and calm.
We need to think about playing football, pressing high up and being intense. We also know we are playing a very difficult opponent who will make things difficult. There's no special plan for [Sergio] Agüero, who is a fundamental player for them.
Manuel Pellegrini, Manchester City manager
Our aim must be to get to a final that we have never before reached. We have a lot of faith in our ability and expect to prove it. It's always good to be back at the Santiago Bernabéu – I have very good memories of being here. The pressure at this stadium is always great but we have the personality and team to win it.
We have the opportunity to make club history but we will have to play well. We tried to press and steal the ball in Manchester but it was not a good day. Tomorrow we will try to have possession and attack from the first minute. Great matches are decided by the best, but we have to play as a team defensively and offensively against Real Madrid; not just Cristiano.
Real Sociedad 0-1 Real Madrid (Bale 80)
Third-placed Madrid registered their tenth consecutive Liga victory, their best run since 12 in a row from 20 September to 12 December 2014, despite the absences of Ronaldo and Benzema. Gareth Bale earned the Merengues maximum points, heading in Lucas Vázquez's cross. Zidane gave a third Liga start to 19-year-old forward Borja Mayoral, the joint all-time leading scorer in the UEFA Youth League.
Southampton 4-2 Manchester City (Long 25, Mané 28 57 68; Iheanacho 44 78)
Agüero remained on the bench as fourth-placed City lost on the south coast despite two goals from 19-year-old Kelechi Iheanacho, who has now struck four in his last two Premier League appearances. Pellegrini made eight changes from the side which drew against Madrid last week.
Form guide (all competitions, most recent first)
Real Madrid: WDWWWW
Reporter's view: Joseph Walker (@UEFAcomJoeW)
Real Madrid will be confident of reaching a second final in three years. The Merengues are yet to concede at home in this season's competition, scoring 18, meaning Pellegrini's side face a difficult task if they are to shut them out. One consolation for City is that Ronaldo will, at the very least, surely be short of match sharpness due to his recent hamstring injury, while Benzema and Casemiro are big losses for Zidane. The visitors' best chance is to open the scoring early on.
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