How to follow the Champions League final

"Comparing players with Ronaldo and Messi is something you can't do", he said.

The European soccer season comes to a close on Saturday, as Real Madrid and Liverpool meet in the Champions League final in Kiev.

"We are Liverpool and we are not just a good team, this club has in its DNA that we can really go for the big things".

"I have never been twice in a row to a Champions League final", said Klopp, who led Borussia Dortmund to the 2013 final where they were defeated by Bundesliga rivals Bayern Munich. The games we had in the Champions League, it was the most exceptional run to a final, with the most goals.

Liverpool's three-man strike force of Egyptian Mohamed Salah, Brazilian Roberto Firmino, and Senegalese Sadio Mane, have picked up 29 of their goals in the tournament.

Zidane, meanwhile, is on the brink of a third straight Champions League win as a coach.

Bale has had an up and down season, failing to make Zinedine Zidane's first team on several occasions and though he scored 4 goals in Real's last 5 La Liga games, he will be hoping to start the Champions League final tonight.

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"As always in a final it is 50-50".

The build-up to the game itself has been overshadowed by complaints from fans of both sides that getting to Kiev - and finding accommodation there - has been too expensive.

Where: NSC Olimpiyskiy in Kiev, Ukraine.

And as part of a select few to have represented both clubs during his playing career, BTSport.com wanted to find out who Owen predicts will come out on top.

Ronaldo is looking to join an esteemed group of 10 players to win five European Cups by scoring in his fourth separate final.

"But I don't think that will affect Liverpool's energy and hunger and passion".

"People are trying to put pressure on me?" he said, laughing.

However, the Madrid vice-captain, now in his 11th year at the Bernabeu, makes up for his defensive liabilities by bombing forward at every opportunity to wreak havoc at the other end.