Jurgen Klopp’s side recorded a 4-1 win over the Spanish champions in Germany last week and will look to finish the job at the Bernabeu on Tuesday
Real Madrid is likely to welcome Alvaro Arbeloa back into the defense after his suspension for the first leg. Pepe will drop to the bench, leaving Sergio Ramos and Raphael Varane to partner one another at center back.
Angel Di Maria will start on the wing after the birth of his daughter confined him to the bench in Germany. Cristiano Ronaldo has been training on his own as he looks to overcome a thigh injury and, although he is classed as a doubt, the Portuguese is likely to make the XI.
Finally, Gonzalo Higuain is likely to retain his place up front ahead of Karim Benzema.
Jurgen Klopp, meanwhile, should name the same team that won so impressively at Signal Iduna Park. Lukasz Piszczek has been struggling with a groin problem but should start in defense alongside Neven Subotic, Mats Hummels and Marcel Schmelzer.
The likes of Felipe Santana, Mitchell Langerak, Moritz Leitner, Oliver Kirch and Julian Schieber were given a run-out against Fortuna Dusseldorf but will drop out as BVB names a more familiar lineup.
We expect an open match with a lot of goals in both nets.