Jthere are 23 days left until the Champions League final, but Real Madrid and Liverpool find themselves in contrasting situations as the game approaches.
Whereas real Madrid have already won the LaLiga Santander title, Liverpool have two titles to contend with before the showpiece in Paris.
Los Blancos have four LaLiga Santander fixtures left in the season, starting with the short trip to face Atlético Madrid at the Wanda Metropolitano on Sunday evening.
They entertain Levant next Thursday, before facing Cadiz three days later, and welcome Real Betis at the Estadio Santiago Bernabeu on the final day of the league campaign.
All of this promises to be tough tests, with Atletico Madrid and Real Betis struggling for Champions League qualification, while Levante and Cadiz fight against relegation.
While the team must maintain their excellent form ahead of the Champions League final, they will be able to rest the players, which is a luxury that liverpool do not have.
The Reds find themselves second in the Premier League table, just one point Manchester City.
They welcome Tottenham Hotspur at Anfield on Saturday night, before traveling to face AstonVilla Tuesday night.
Jurgen Kloppon the side of taking Southampton at St. Mary’s on May 17, before ending the season at home against Wanderers of Wolverhampton May 22.
liverpool also have an FA Cup final to sail on May 14 against chelseawho will seek revenge.
The two teams met in the Carabao Cup final at the end of February, and the match was decided by a 22 penalty shootout, and Kepa ArrizabalagaThe missed spot kick earned the Reds their first silverware of the season.
Thanks to this achievement, as well as their position in the Premier League and the two cup finals to look forward to, liverpool aim for an unprecedented quadruple.