- Tottenham and Liverpool meet in the first all-English Champions League final since 2008
- Liverpool were runners up to Real Madrid in last year's final
- Reds boss Jurgen Klopp has lost his last six major finals
- Tottenham boss Mauricio Pochettino is looking for the first trophy of his managerial career
- This is Spurs' first ever Champions League final
- Liverpool have won the European Cup or Champions League five times, most recently in 2005
Elsewhere, former Spurs midfielder Rafael van der Vaart is getting into the spirit of things.
In the Reds’ corner, Roberto Firmino is a doubt for Liverpool. The influential forward has not played since the 3-0 defeat at the Nou Camp against Barcelona.
Team news is expected at about 7pm UK time and we will bring you the latest here when we get it.
The big question for Spurs fans of course, is whether talisman striker Harry Kane will be fit to make an appearance tonight. The England captain has not featured for the north London side in 54 days when he injured his ankle at the quarter-final stage of this competition. He has returned to training, but will he return to action in Madrid?
And the desperate search for tickets goes on for some travelling fans.
The mercury is touching 32 degrees Celsius at the Wanda Metropolitano tonight. It’s going to be a red hot final regardless of the quality of the game.
Fans are starting to gather outside Atletico Madrid’s Wanda Metropolitano Stadium ahead of tonight’s Champions League final between Tottenham and Liverpool.
The Spanish capital has taken on something of a red, white and blue flavour for this all-English final between the two Premier League sides – the first all-English Champions League final in 11 years.
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