Real Madrid and Wolfsburg face off at the Santiago Benabeau for the second leg of the quarterfinals in the UEFA Champions League. Wolfsburg are on the verge of creating history here as they walk into the contest with a 2-0 lead. The match is set to take place at 12:15 am IST and 11.45 PST and live telecast in India will be on Ten Action and Ten HD. Viewers in the UK can watch the match live on BT Sport. Click here for the live streaming link. This match is dubbed as the battle of the moneybags, a rather derisory comment.Also Read - Manchester United Confirm Agreement With Real Madrid For Raphael Varane's Transfer

Real Madrid and Wolfsburg faced off in the first leg and to everyone’s surprise, the Los Blancos surprisingly succumbed to the collective fighting spirit of the the Germans. Cristiano Ronaldo and co were coming into the game after winning against arch-rivals Barcelona in the El Clasico. What happened next was a bitter pill to swallow for people in the Spanish capital. The press tore into Real and one can expect a response from the Spanish giants for sure. Also Read - Lionel Messi Will Always Have Role in my Team: Sergio Ramos

Wolfsburg’ front three of Arnold, Julian Draxler and Andre Schurrle are a tricky trio to defend, as Real saw in the first leg. In the heart of midfield, Luis Gustavo and Bruno form a solid two. Both can break down play and can go from end and create chances. This will be big test of Real resilience and patience. The BBC of Real Madrid are in good form and recently wiped out Elche in the La Liga. Ronaldo is the key and an early goal will soothe the nerves of the Madrid faithful. Also Read - Raul Gonzalez And Iker Casillas Are Biggest Real Madrid Frauds: Florentino Perez in Leaked Audio From 2006; Club Releases Statement

Real Madrid: Navas, Carvajal, Sergio Ramos, Pepe, Marcelo, Modric, Casemiro, Kroos, Bale, Benzema, Ronaldo.

Substitutions: Casilla, Varane, Rodriguez, Lucas, Jese, Isco, Danilo.

Wolfsburg: Benaglio, Vieirinha, Naldo, Dante, Rodriguez, Guilavogui, Gustavo, Bruno Henrique, Arnold, Draxler, Schurrle.

Substitutions: Casteels, Schafer, Caligiuri, Kruse, Dost, Trasch, Knoche.