Munich - The first all-German UEFA Champions League final is almost upon us and ahead of Saturday's big game at Wembley, has been casting around for the view from elsewhere.

To get this far FC Bayern Munich and Borussia Dortmund both memorably dispatched heavyweight opposition from Spain's Primera Division in the semi-finals, of course. So what is the Spanish media's take on how the tussle of these two domestic rivals might unfold? We asked the experts...

Axel Torres (GOL TV, Spain): "I think FC Bayern will come out on top in the final. I did the commentary for the DFB Cup quarter-final between the two sides in February and the 1-0 win didn't reflect the clear dominance of Bayern on the night. They're starting from scratch again at Wembley, but I still believe the 'big-handled cup' will be heading to Munich this year."

Vicente Ortega (Cult presenter on RADIO MARCA): "Bayern are slight favourites without a doubt, but I think Dortmund are a match for them. Both the Bundesliga games ended 1-1, which is ample proof that Borussia are always capable of scoring a goal against Bayern. They're not likely to make too many Champions League finals, and I reckon they'll mobilise absolutely everything to pull off a sensational success."

Sebastian Ojeda (RADIO 25, Argentina): I believe in Borussia Dortmund. On a good day, like the home game against Real Madrid, they're virtually unstoppable. That was one of the best second-halves I've ever seen from any team. Bayern are more used to appearing in the final, but partly for that very reason they under enormous pressure, especially after last year's events. Dortmund will be less burdened on that front."

Juan Carlos Rivero (Champions League final commentator for public broadcaster TVE): "I commentated Bayern Munich's 4-0 win against Barcelona at the Allianz Arena and Real Madrid's 2-0 home victory over Borussia Dortmund in their second-leg meeting. But I still think Dortmund can pull it off. For me their coach, Jürgen Klopp, is phenomenal, his body language is incredibly expressive. I'm going for Dortmund - I think Klopp will find a way of picking Bayern's defensive lock.

Miguel Sixto Serrano (Head commentator at premium broadcaster CANAL+): "I've been commentating the Bundesliga for years on Canal+. Borussia Dortmund have been less consistent over the season and I think Bayern are better-placed to win the final. If they mess this up, their sensational Bundesliga season would hardly count for anything. Even a league and DFB Cup double wouldn't save the campaign for them if they lose another final, and against their fellow countrymen to boot."

Antonio Esteva (Head of Sport and presenter at private broadcaster LA SEXTA): "I think Dortmund might well adopt a counter-attacking strategy, just as Inter Milan did three years ago against Bayern in the final. The pace of Marco Reus and finishing of Robert Lewandowski are about as impressive as I've seen anywhere lately. Bayern have been incredibly dominant this season, but I think Dortmund are under less pressure and can go into the game more relaxed. I'm tipping a narrow win for Borussia."