Real Madrid v Juventus tips: Los Blancos to finish the job in style

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Real Madrid have at least one foot in the Champions League semi-finals after a 3-0 win over Juventus in Turin.

And Los Blancos’ recent form suggests they’ll see off the visitors in style with victory on the night.

Zinedine Zidane’s men have won 11 of their last 13 games, scoring three or more goals in nine of those.

It’s been a rocky couple of weeks for Juve. As well as their first-leg defeat, they were recently held to a goalless draw by relegation-threatened SPAL in Serie A.

In the match betting, it’s 6/10 for a Real win. A draw on the night is priced at 16/5, while it’s 21/5 for a Juve victory.

The last game produced three goals, and another flurry of strikes is likely. Six of Real’s last seven matches have seen at least three registered, and it’s 4/7 for Over 2.5 Goals at the Bernabeu.

In the goalscorer markets, it’s hard to look past Cristiano Ronaldo. The Portuguese shone in the first leg with a double – including a stunning overhead kick.

He’s bagged an astonishing 20 goals in his last 10 games, and is 4/6 to Score Anytime.

There’s 5/2 for Ronaldo to Score Two or More Goals, while it’s 10/1 he grabs a hat-trick.

With a wealth of attacking talent in their ranks, Real have scored 32 times in their last 11 games.

It’s 5/4 for the hosts to Score in Both Halves, while they’re 16/5 to Win Both Halves for the 16th time this season.

As for the Old Lady, they’re missing key goal threat Paulo Dybala, who was sent off in the first leg.

Former Real ace Gonzalo Higuain is likely to start, and it’s 15/8 he finds the net to give the visiting fans some cheer.

All Odds and Markets are correct as of the date of publishing

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