Europe's elite club competition reaches it's climax at Wembley with Germany's top-two sides going head-to-head. Bayern Munich go in as odds-on favourites in 90 minutes but Jorgen Klopp's Dortmund have already dumped out Real Madrid and are 7/4 to lift the trophy.
Borussia Dortmund striker Robert Lewandowski has been handed a three-match ban following his dismissal in the champions' 4-1 home defeat to Hamburg at the weekend, the German Football Association have announced.
Lewandowski had put his side ahead after quarter of an hour but things quickly turned sour for Dortmund as they conceded two quick goals before the Poland striker was sent off in the 31st minute of the match for a crude challenge on Per Ciljan Skjelbred.
Following the defeat, Dortmund have all but surrendered the title as they fell 15 points behind Bayern Munich.
Lewandowski has 24 hours to appeal against the verdict.
m curious as to what image Real Madrid are trying to re-establish as I always thought their pre-Jose image was one of a bunch of a classless bullies tapping up whoever they wanted while living it large on borrowed money they're never going to pay back.
aniel Storey generally did very well, going against the City won it last year so they're bound to win it this time grain. As for John Nicholson, I wouldn't trust him to predict correctly what day of the week it will be tomorrow.