It's a Champions League final that doubles as a local derby as Real Madrid clash with Atletico Madrid. Opta presents the tale of the tape.
"Cristiano Ronaldo has scored/assisted 74% of Real Madrid’s goals in this season’s competition (20 out of 27)."
Real Madrid have reached the Champions League/European Cup final for the 14th time, more than any other team. They have won 10 of those - also a record, including the last four (1998, 2000, 2002, 2014). Real are 1.774/5 to lift the trophy for an 11th time.
Atlético Madrid have reached the Champions League/European Cup final for the third time (1974, 2014, 2016). They have so far lost their previous two finals (v Bayern Munich after a replay in 1974; v Real Madrid after extra-time in 2014). Real Madrid are 2.68/5 to win within 90 minutes.
There will be a Spanish winner of the Champions League/European Cup for the third consecutive season, the longest run for a single nation since English clubs won it six times in a row from 1977 to 1982. Atletico Madrid are 2.285/4 to be that winner.
Atlético have won seven of their last 16 games against Real Madrid, in all competitions (5 draws, 4 losses). They are 3.259/4 to win within 90 minutes.
Real Madrid have won only two of their last 12 competitive games against Atlético, but both wins have come in the Champions League (4-1 after extra-time in the 2014 final;
1-0 in last season's quarter-final second leg). The draw half-time/Real full-time double result is 6.25/1.
The last four competitive games between Real and Atlético have produced only four goals (2 each). Under 1.5 goals is 2.8815/8.
The three previous Champions League/European Cup finals held at the San Siro have never been decided by more than one clear goal (1965, 1970, 2001), the last two going to extra-time. Atletico are 9.28/1 to win 1-0.
Real Madrid have kept 10 clean sheets (in 12 games) in the Champions League this season, which equals the record in the competition (Arsenal in 2005/06). They are 2.767/4 to not concede.
Real Madrid have scored 27 goals in this season's Champions League, only three fewer than top scorers Bayern Munich (30 goals) and 11 more than Atlético. They've also conceded only five goals, the best defensive record this season and two fewer than their Madrid rivals. Real are 4.94/1 to win half-time/full-time.
Atlético have kept 15 clean sheets in their last 21 Champions League games, including four in six knockout games this season. They are 3.259/4 to not concede.
Cristiano Ronaldo has scored/assisted 74% of Real Madrid's goals in this season's competition (20 out of 27). He's only one goal away from the Champions League record for most goals in a Champions League campaign, a record he currently holds (17 in 2013/14). Ronaldo is 2.6413/8 to find the net.
Ronaldo could become only the second player to score in three different Champions League/European Cup finals after Alfredo Di Stéfano, who did it in five finals. You can back him at 5.69/2 to open the scoring.
Keylor Navas has kept 11 clean sheets in 12 games in his Champions League career. He's also saved 31 of the 33 shots on target he's faced in the competition. Under 2.5 goals is 1.635/8.
Antoine Griezmann has been directly involved in 50% of Atlético's goals in the Champions League this season, scoring seven and assisting one of Los Colchoneros' 16 goals. The French forward is 3.185/40 to find the net.
Zidane could become the seventh man to win the Champions League/European Cup both as a player and as a manager after Miguel Muñoz, Giovanni Trapattoni, Johan Cruyff, Carlo Ancelotti, Frank Rijkaard and Josep Guardiola. His Real Madrid side are 3.7511/4 to win to nil.