In last season's quarter-final meeting with Real at the Bernabeu, Bayern were left incensed after Arturo Vidal was controversially sent off and Real scored two goals that looked to be from offside positions.
"If we want to realise our Kiev dream at the Bernabeu, we definitely need the best performance of the entire season". "We know what happened against Juventus and against Bayern past year", Zidane said. "They will come to play without inhibitions".
Heynckes, however, is unconcerned about that statistic and called for his players to be more clinical after they wasted a number of opportunities last week. It'll be hard for us, but it'll be tough for them, too.
That is not a sustainable strategy over the course of a full season, which is why Madrid have won only two league titles in the past 10 years.
David Alaba missed the first leg with a thigh injury, but has returned to training in time for the second leg and is likely to feature.
The 2017/2018 Champions League campaign has shown itself to be a year of stunning comebacks and Bayern's struggling stars seem to be ready for a surprise. It can feel as though players at Real Madrid are signed less for how they will fit into the team than how they fill suit the marketing strategy.
I think Bayern are still in this because they can't play as bad as they did at the Allianz Arena. I saw positive things but there are things to be fixed.
Ronaldo has been on the winning side in each of his last six meetings with Bayern, but the first of that run was ultimately not enough for Madrid to progress as they crashed out of the 2011-12 semi-finals on penalties, despite another brace for the Portuguese talisman.
The German giants are waiting to see if winger Arjen Robben will recover in time from a groin strain.