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Full Injury List: Which Players Will Miss The Champions League Semi-Finals?

With the Champions League semi-finals MD 11 and MD 12 coming up, everyone is anticipating the final lineup of the players of their favourite clubs. It is fantastic to stay updated and learn about the latest news of which players are sidelined due to injuries and suspensions that will eventually affect the outcomes of the match and bettings. Here is the full injury list of the top team ahead of the Champions League semi-finals.


Real Madrid


Brazilian defender, Eder Militao, from Real Madrid made a historic return and lifted the likelihood of the team’s winning after he suffered an ACL tear injury earlier this month. With enough match time under his socks ahead of the Champions League semi-finals, Real Madrid’s key player would be a compelling choice to play in the opening lineup against Bayern Munich.


Meanwhile, the Spanish team will face the leg 2 round without David Alaba and Thibaut Courtois, who are both sidelined due to their ongoing injuries. Dani Carvajal will miss the Leg 1 match because of a one-match suspension for accumulating yellow cards. On the positive side, Aurelien Tchouameni is returning from his one-match suspension against Man City in MD-10. Despite reports that the health conditions of Jude Bellingham, Ferland Mendy, and Rodrygo are at their best, the trio are expected to have recuperated sufficiently and are prepared to start in Munich. Ferland Mendy, who has skipped training since El Clasico due to his muscle problem, is anticipated to take over the field on Tuesday against Bayern Munich.


Bayern Munich


Bayern Munich faces a few challenges as well following a series of player injuries after playing against Arsenal in the Champions League quarter-finals. Wide midfielders duo, Serge Gnabry and Leroy Sane are reportedly struggling to make a recovery on time for the Leg 1 match against Real Madrid. On the other hand, it looks like the likelihood of Kingsley Coman participating this season is under review due to an adductor injury (damage or strain on the inner thigh area). Because of the injury, there is a question over his return to the pitch for the rest of the league.


Team manager, Thomas Tuchel, announced on Friday that Dayot Upamecano has suffered an ankle injury from twisting during their training, which leaves his comeback date uncertain. Right back and winger, Bouna Sarr and Sacha Boey are also reported to remain on the sidelines for an extended period. While Sarr has resumed his individual training, neither of the players is confirmed to play in the upcoming Champions League fixture. With both Bayern Munich and Real Madrid remaining as fan-favourite top teams for this UCL season, betting on the Champions League is highly anticipated to be a series of adrenaline-pumping experiences at online betting sites.


Borussia Dortmund


After Dortmund’s striker Sebastian Haller sustained an ankle injury earlier this month, the club is facing a major challenge as the participation of the French-Ivorian striker in the upcoming UCL appears uncertain. However, regardless of the absence of the key player, Edin Terzić’s team rebounded and secured a remarkable victory over Atletico Madrid in the Champions League quarter-finals.


Adding to their challenges, Borussia Dortmund will also face the forthcoming league match against Paris Saint-Germain (PSG) without Ramy Bensebaini. According to the team’s coach, Edin Terzić, the 29-year-old defender will likely skip his action this season due to a knee ligament injury, resulting in his uncertain comeback. Meanwhile, Donyell Malen is also sidelined with a knee injury and remains uncertain of his contribution in the upcoming Champions League matches despite being back in training already. Emre Can and Ian Maatsen were also obliged to sideline after they were suspended for one match following the team’s 1-4 defeat against RB Leipzig.


Paris Saint-Germain


The comeback of PSG’s captain, Marquinhos, plays a major injury motivation for the team in the final stages of this Champions League season. As his strategy, team manager, Luis Enrique, opted to let Marquinhos rest during the 4-1 win against Lorient last Wednesday, carefully handling the workload of the team captain. Nevertheless, we expect Marquinhos to prove his undisputed key presence as the captain in leading the backline when PSG play against Borussia Dortmund in Leg 2.


According to the latest update, the list of the sidelined players in PSG due to injuries is three. While Presnel Kimpembe is back with his private training sessions, it has been reported that he will likely make his comeback only in the next Champions League season. Correspondingly, left-back player, Layvin Kurzawa, will also remain sidelined during the upcoming UCL fixture because of his back injury since December. He is expected to return in the next season. Meanwhile, Sergio Rico, who suffered a severe head injury, has reportedly made great progress in his recovery. However, he is not expected to be back in action any time soon for the forthcoming Champions League semifinals.



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Explanation: player statistics (a/b c)

a - games played this season

b - goals scored

c - team position (d - defender, m - midfielder, f - forward, g - goalkeeper).

May 8, 2024 at 6:09 pm