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Madrid are comfortably the most successful team in the history of the European Cup, winning the competition on 13 occasions, including four times in the last seven years, but they have been knocked out in the round of 16 in each of the last two years, losing to Ajax and Manchester City respectively.
Zinedine Zidane’s side were not regarded as one of the favourites for this competition at the start of the season, but it is difficult to discount them considering their experience of winning at this level of football.
Los Blancos were not at their best in the group stages of this season’s competition, winning just three of their six Group B fixtures, but they managed to claim 10 points to finish at the top of the section.
Talented Italian outfit Atalanta BC were their opponents in the round of 16, but it proved to be a relatively routine tie for Zidane’s team,
who recorded a 1-0 victory away from home in the first leg before winning 3-1 in the Spanish capital to progress to the final eight of the competition courtesy of a 4-1 aggregate scoreline.
Madrid have had their problems this season, but they have won nine of their last 11 matches in all competitions, including a 2-0 success over Eibar on Saturday afternoon, which moved them to within three points of La Liga leaders Atletico Madrid, who are in action against Sevilla on Sunday night.
It is a huge period of the season for Zidane’s side considering that they will welcome Barcelona in the league next weekend before travelling to Anfield for the second leg of their European Cup quarter-final on April 14.
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Los Blancos beat Liverpool 3-1 in the final of the 2017-18 competition, while they also overcame the English giants home and away in the group stages of the 2014-15 tournament; the Reds did win in Madrid back in 2009, though, with Yossi Benayoun scoring to hand the visitors a 1-0 success in the round of 16.
Madrid have won eight and lost five of their previous 13 two-legged knockout ties with English clubs and had been victorious in three in a row before the loss to Man City last season;
the Spanish giants will be full of confidence entering Tuesday’s clash, but there is no question that they will be wary of a Liverpool team seemingly revitalised after a difficult period in the early stages of the year