- Wolfsburg hold a 2-0 lead from the first leg last week.
- The Wolves would reach the Champions League semi-finals for the first time ever.
- Hosts have conceded just once in their last four home games.
VfL Wolfsburg are aiming to make history by reaching the UEFA Champions League semi-finals for the first time ever on Tuesday, but must first build on their impressive quarter-final first leg victory over Real Madrid CF in the return fixture in the Spanish capital (kick-off 20:45CEST/18:45GMT).
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20:12 CEST: Wolfsburg midfielder Josuha Guilavogui has given an exclusive interview to bundesliga.com, in which the French international explains why he believes the Wolves can finish the job against Los Blancos on Tuesday. "If we can be as compact as we were in the first leg then we'll succeed. We can't allow them to have any space because they have very fast players up front," says the 25-year-old.
19:39 CEST - Form check
Wolfsburg took the lead at home to 1. FSV Mainz 05 on Saturday through a delightful Andre Schürrle goal, but were pegged back an eventually drew 1-1.
Meanwhile, Real Madrid moved to within four points of La Liga leaders FC Barcelona with a 4-0 hammering of Eibar. James Rodriguez, Vazquez Lucas, Cristiano Ronaldo and Jese Rodriguez got the goals.
18:53 CEST - Real's 12th man
In Madrid the pre-game talk is of a 'remontada' - a comeback. The hosts are counting on the support of their fans to help try and turn around a two-goal deficit.
18:44 CEST - training
Wolfsburg are currently at the Santiago Bernabeu stadium going through their final preparations ahead of the match. Coach Hecking has a full squad to choose from.
18:20 CEST - Wolfsburg's press conference
The Wolves have landed in Madrid and head coach Dieter Hecking has already addressed the media ahead of Tuesday's match. Here's what he had to say:
Good news from the coach ahead of #RMAWOB: "We have the complete squad available for selection.“— VfL Wolfsburg EN (@VfLWolfsburg_EN) April 11, 2016
Dieter #Hecking: "We earned ourselves some respect in the first game. Now it's up to us to make that even greater in the return-leg.“— VfL Wolfsburg EN (@VfLWolfsburg_EN) April 11, 2016
Monday 11 April 2016, 18:00 CEST - Welcome!
VfL Wolfsburg are gearing up for arguably the biggest match in the club's history. They face ten-time winners Real Madrid CF in the quarter-final second leg, with a draw enough to take them through to the last four. Follow all the build-up and the game itself right here on our live blog.