This Saturday at 7.45pm BST, Milan's iconic San Siro stadium plays host to the UEFA European Champions League final featuring Real Madrid and their noisy neighbours Atletico.

The sides met in the final two years ago with Real running out 4-1 victors after Sergio Ramos' late equaliser took things into extra time. Since then, Atletico have only lost once to Real in ten games and finished only two points behind them in this season's La Liga.

With both sides missing out on a domestic trophy and derby rivalries reopened, this could be the hardest final to call in years. Coral are offering 4/6 for Real and 6/5 for Atleti to lift the cup regardless of extra time and penalties.

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While backing a no score draw might not be the most exciting of bets, derbys are often tight affairs and both teams are well represented in goal.

Atletico's man between the posts is Jan Oblak who was crowned La Liga's best goalkeeper this season, boasting eight clean sheets in Europe.

His counterpart Keylor Navas has also been outstanding, conceding only once in 12 Champions League games. With another summer's worth of gossip surrounding ex-Atleti star David DeGea replacing him, Navas will surely be on a mission to impress in what might be his last game for club. With that in mind, a bore draw makes for a tempting flutter with a best price of 7/1 to be found at William Hill.

Real Madrid captain and red card magnet Sergio Ramos himself recently broke a record when he was sent off for the 21st time in his Real Madrid career, more than any player in the club's history. Given such disciplinary problems, is it worth considering William Hill's offer of 14/1 for English referee Mark Clattenburg to give out no cards?

At the top end of the pitch, the money is sure to go on Cristiano Ronaldo. Be warned however that that the PokerStars ambassador pulled up injured in training this week and, while he is expected to start, an ante post bet on the Portuguese might be worth revising.

For Atleti, 24 year old Antonio Griezmann has been in sensational form in this season's tournament, scoring an incredible 22 goals from 26 shots, including decisive goals against both Barcelona and Bayern Munich. Titanbet and NetBet are both offering 9/2 on the French maestro to hit either the first or last goal of the match, which seems to good to turn down.

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