Real Madrid Femenino vs Barcelona Femeni: WCL Quarter final, Match Preview and Dream11 Predictions

Real Madrid Femenino vs Barcelona Femeni will be a match to watch in the semifinals of UEFA Women's Champions League.

Avignyan Mukhopadhyay
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Real Madrid Femenino vs Barcelona Femeni is the next quarter final in this year's UEFA Women's Champions League. Femenino will play host to rivals Barcelona Women in an El Clasico contest that has a semi-final place at stake.

Real Madrid Femenino vs Barcelona Femeni: Match Preview:

The defending champions, Barcelona Femeni have dominated their clashes against Real Madrid, winning all five competative meetings between the two. The last clash between the two was two weeks ago where Barcelona thrashed their quarter-final opponents 5-0 to retain the Spanish title.

Barcelona will be classed as huge favourites going into this tie, Real Madrid know they will need to produce a strong performance in the Spanish capital ahead of the second leg at the Nou Camp which could see a new world record for the crowd at a women's club football match.

Real Madrid Women have been playing hot and cold in the league and they have managed to win four of their last six matches in the Champions League. They are poor at the back, having allowed 28 goals in the last 23 league matches while scoring 35. In the last Champions League match, they enjoyed a 3-0 victory over Kharkiv.

Team News:

Real Madrid Femenino:

There are a few absentees for the home team for the game. Marta Cardona is the only player sidelined with an injury as she continues her recovery from a quadriceps strain. Kosovare Asllani, Aurélie Kaci, and Marta Corredera were not listed in the game against Granadilla Tenerife as they remain on maternity leave.

Barcelona Femeni:

Real Madrid Femenino vs Barcelona Femeni: Alexia Putellas. | Sportz Point.

Alexia Putellas will be the player to watch for Barcelona Femeni. (Image- FC Barcelona)

Irene Paredes is set to mark her return for the first leg from a hamstring injury. Lieke Martens became the latest casualty for Cules as she picked up a hamstring injury.Jana Fernández is a long-term absentee with a torn ACL, while Asisat Oshoala and Mariona Caldentey are also ruled out with hamstring injuries. Cata Coll is also sidelined for the remainder of the season with a ligament injury.

Real Madrid Femenino vs Barcelona Femeni: Head to Head:

Barcelona Femeni have dominated their spanish rivals as they have won all 6 of their last meeting against Real Madrid Femenino. A streak that Real Madrid Femenino will be hopeful of breaking.

Recent form in all competitions:

Barcelona Femeni:

3-0 win over Athletic Bilbao

3-1 win over Rayo Vallecano

6-0 win over Alaves

5-0 win over Real Madrid Femenino

3-0 win over Real Sociedad

Real Madrid Femenino:

3-0 win over Alhama

2-0 win over Athletic Bilbao

2-0 win over Atletico Madrid

5-0 loss against Barcelona Femeni

2-0 win over Grandilla Tenerife

Possible Line-ups:

Real Madrid Femenino (4-4-2): Misa Rodríguez (GK); Kenti Robles, Ivana Andrés, Rocío Gálvez, Babett Peter; Maite Oroz, Claudia Zornoza, Olga Carmona, Athenea del Castillo; Esther González, Nahikari García

Barcelona Femeni (4-3-3): Sandra Paños (GK); Irene Paredes, Maria Pilar Leon, Ingrid Syrstad Engen, Marta Torrejón; Patricia Guijarro, Alexia Putellas, Aitana Bonmati; Caroline Graham Hansen, Clàudia Pina, Fridolina Rolfö

RM-W vs BAR-W: Dream11 Predictions:

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