Dortmund

Real Madrid

2023–24 UEFA Champions League
2023–24 UEFA Champions League
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Dortmund vs. Real Madrid Prediction on June 1, 2024

Match info

Borussia Dortmund took advantage of the fact that the UEFA Champions League for men’s football had an open campaign for the 2023–24 season and repeated their 2013 run to the final at Wembley Stadium in London, England, UK. Their opponents are the 14-time competition winners, Real Madrid CF, who are always favorites in title matches at the best bookmakers for football. This particular title match will take place on Saturday, June 1, at 8 p.m. local time.

Meeting statistics

The current form of Dortmund

Borussia Dortmund defeated Dutch champions PSV Eindhoven in the Round of 16 before they advanced to the later stages of knockout matches against Atlético Madrid and Paris Saint-Germain in the spring. Their overall domestic form and this season’s results do reflect their luck in the UCL, and their rivals in the playoffs may not be the best teams to measure up to get to a Champions League final. For their status and class, Dortmund were out for the German title far too soon. “The Prussians” wouldn’t have even qualified for the UEFA Champions League the season after this, as they finished two points outside of the top four in the Bundesliga. This was due to how well German teams performed in European competition this season, with Bayern Munich making it to the Champions League semifinals and Bayer Leverkusen finishing second in the UEFA Europa League.

Edin Terzić, the head coach of Dortmund, is mostly doubtful about the appearance of Sébastien Haller, although Niclas Füllkrug is anticipated to start up front with Jadon Sancho and Julian Brandt providing support. Julien Duranville and Ramy Bensebaini will be sidelined due to injuries. In what will be his last game for the team, Marco Reus will also be itching to contribute, even if it’s just as a substitute.

The current form of Real Madrid

Unlike Dortmund, Real Madrid have had an absolutely incredible season thus far. “Los Blancos” ended their La Liga season this past weekend at the Bernabéu with a rather lackluster and frustrating goalless draw against Betis. Despite this, they’ve only lost twice this season in 54 games across all competitions, both of which occurred at the Metropolitano against city rivals Atlético.

Even yet, Real Madrid have continued to have some fortune in the Champions League, living up to the cliché that “Madrid always finds a way”. They had to go through penalties to defeat Manchester City in the quarterfinals and trailed Bayern with just one minute remaining in the regular time of their semifinal match before Joselu’s two incredible comeback goals. Let’s not forget that they narrowly defeated RB Leipzig with a 2-1 aggregate victory in the Round of 16. The choice between Thibaut Courtois and Andriy Lunin for the starting goalkeeper for Real Madrid rests with manager Carlo Ancelotti. While the Ukrainian had the flu in the week before the final, the Belgian has just now returned from an extended period of absence. Both David Alaba and Aurélien Tchouaméni have ruled themselves out due to injuries; the Frenchman’s absence practically guarantees that Toni Kroos will start in his final club football match before retiring from competitive play.

Match analytics

The last five Champions League finals have all had two goals or fewer scored in each, indicating that they are typically competitive games. This contains Vinícius Júnior’s game-winning goal in Real Madrid’s 1-0 triumph over Liverpool in 2021–22. In Dortmund’s two semi-final encounters against PSG, there was only one goal scored. Our final tip: Double Chance & Over/Under 3.5, Ordinary Time: Real Madrid or Draw and Under 3.5 with odds of 1.72 at Jetbull.

Results of the forecast

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