It's a repeat of last year's Champions League final as Real Madrid take on their great rivals Atletico at the Santiago Bernabéu. The two Madrid sides have contested two of the last three Champions League finals with Real emerging victorious on both occasions. Zinedine Zidane's Real side are looking to become the first ever team to retain the European Cup since it became the Champions League but defeating Atletico over two legs may be an even greater challenge for them than their two previous final victories. Despite suffering defeat to Barcelona in El Classico, Real are still in an excellent position to secure a league and European Cup double. However Atletico and their manager Diego Simeone will be desperate to derail their ambitions and redeem themselves from last season's defeat at the final hurdle. They may not have shined as impressively as their neighbours thus far in the competition but they're still a very dangerous side with a world beater in Antoine Griezmann. (Kick Off: 7.45pm)