Liverpool vs Real Madrid Final: Schedule, Fixtures, Predictions

The UEFA Champions League will feature two big names in European football as Real Madrid take on Liverpool this year in the final game at the Stade de France on Saturday night.

Real Madrid are in great shape and have the La Liga title by a huge margin of 13 points. However, they have only been able to draw in their last two league games and have a lot of work to do before the final.

On the other hand, Liverpool missed the Eredivisie glory by just one point this season and will try to make up for the loss this weekend. The Reds have won their last game against Wolves 3-1 and are confidently going into the final.


The UEFA Champions League Final between Liverpool and Real Madrid is scheduled for May 29 (Sunday). The match starts at 12:30 PM (IST).

The final of the UEFA Champions League is played in The Stade de Francewhich is the national stadium of France and is located in Paris.

Where and how to watch the final?

You can follow all the live action of the UEFA final between Liverpool and Real Madrid on SONY TEN 2 (English), SONY TEN 3 (Hindi) and SONY TEN 4 (Tamil and Telugu) channels.

If you plan to stream the match online, you can do so in the SonyLiv app.

UEFA Final Predictions

Liverpool have been in great shape this season but will face one of the best European teams, Real Madrid, on Saturday. The Reds missed the Premier League title by just one point and Jurgen Klopp will have to give his best if he is to win the UEFA Champions League Cup.

Real Madrid have made several comebacks this season and it will be interesting to see what their star striker Karim Benzema brings to the table in the final. Liverpool have played extraordinary football in the last few games, giving them a slight advantage in the UEFA Champions League final.

According to bet365The final bets between Liverpool and Real Madrid are as follows:

Liverpool: 4/7 (1.5)

Draw: 4/6

Real Madrid: 11/8 (3.50)

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