The Champions League is on the way and the Santiago Bernabeu Stadium is set to host familiar visitors on Tuesday night. The Citizens will make a trip to the Capital of Spain where they will face La Liga and European Champions Real Madrid. The much-anticipated game is arguably the toughest fixture the Champions League have hosted this season, as both sides aim to add a European trophy to their cabinets this season.
The winner of this game is expected to go ahead and lift the trophy. Although Real Madrid is the favorite to win their fifteenth Champions League trophy, Manchester City's attacking force and current form can not be pushed behind as Guardiola fights for a treble this season. Should the Spanish manager win this season's Champions League, it will be his first in England.
However ahead of the game, we decided to name a combined starting lineup that could be as dangerous as beating any team presently in Europe. Real Madrid vs Manchester City combined starting lineup.
Courtois, Carvajal, John Stones, Ruben Dias, David Alaba, Rodri, Kevin De Bruyne, Luka Modric, Mahrez, Haaland, Vinicius Jr.What do you think about the combined lineup?
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