Real Madrid andAtlético will face off in another Champions League Final this year, after Real won the first two years ago 4-1 in overtime. It's likely to be a hotly contested battle, especially since the Champions League is allAtlético have to fight for this year, after their loss versus Levante knocked them out of the La Liga race. Both teams will have to field their best 11, but here's how Los Blancos could line up.

Keylor Navas expected back.

Star goalkeeper Keylor Navas is expected back in time for the final after picking up an Achilles injury in the semi final versus Manchester City. While Casilla was able to fill in for the Costa Rican stopper in the Valencia game, the number one at the Bernabeu is necessary for Real Madrid to stopAtlético's front line of Torres and Griezmann.

Marcelo and Sergio Ramos are lock ins for the back four, while young Frenchman Raphael Varane and Spaniard Dani Carvajal will most likely be preferred over the aged Pepe and disappointing Danilo.

Casimero to man themiddle

Brazilian rock Casimero will almost certainly be chosen to play the Final. His defensive presence will be essential to stop theAtlético counterattack, and Zidane has proven this season that he trusts the young Brazilianin big matches. He's recovered nicely from his injury and is looking fully fit to take the field. Alongside him, the proven duo of Toni Kroos and Luka Modric is expected to start the match. Expect Isco and/or James Rodriguez to make cameos from the bench.

BBC leads the front line

While Welshman Gareth Bale did not play versus Valencia, his injury problem is considered very minor and he will almost definitely be recovered in time for the Final. Cristiano Ronaldo and Karim Benzema will round out the trident, giving Madrid one of the best attacking threes in the world to lead their attack.

Late on, Lucas Vasqeuz could be subbed in for one of the trio, as has been the story all season long.

Predicted Lineup: Navas, Marcelo, Ramos, Varane, Carvajal, Casimero, Kroos, Modric, Ronaldo, Benzema, Bale

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