Real Madrid vs Al-Hilal – Club World Cup Final 2022/23: Team news, predicted line-ups & kick off time
Real Madrid have yet another chance to win a trophy this Saturday. Los Blancos will be looking to lift a record-extending fifth Club World Cup when they face Al-Hilal at the Prince Moulay Abdellah Stadium in Rabat.
Real Madrid comfortably beat Al Ahly 4-1 in their semi-final. Al Hilal knocked out Wydad Casablanca on penalties and then impressively beat Flamengo in the last four.
Here’s everything you need to know about the clash.
Carlo Ancelotti will be without the services of Thibaut Courtois, Eden Hazard, Ferland Mendy and Lucas Vazquez who are all nursing injuries. Karim Benzema and Eder Militao have joined up with the team in Rabat and may feature on Saturday.
As for Al-Hilal, the Saudi club don’t have any injury concerns heading into this clash.
📋 Squad list for the FIFA Club World Cup.
❌ Players NOT called up: Courtois, Benzema, Militão, Mendy, Hazard & Lucas Vazquéz. pic.twitter.com/8Vd9LYLL2M
— Real Madrid News (@onlyrmcfnews) February 6, 2023
Real Madrid (4-3-3):
Carvajal — Alaba — Rüdiger — Camavinga
Modric — Tchouaméni — Kroos
Valverde — Benzema — Vinicius
Abdulhamid — Jang — Al-Bulaihi — N. Al-Dawsari
Kanno — Cuellar
Marega — Vietto — Al-Dawsari
Head-to-head results (Last Five Games)
This will be the first time the two teams meet.
Real Madrid will face Al-Hilal in Rabat, Morocco, on Saturday (11 February) at 20:00 CET.