The four matchups for the Champions League quarterfinals, revealed in Nyon, Switzerland.
Borussia Dortmund face AS Monaco who upset Manchester City in the previous round.
The first-leg of the quarter-final matches are scheduled for April 11 and 12, and the second-leg for April 18 and 19. Could Real Madrid and FC Barcelona be set for another El Clasico? "It will be a joy to watch for football fans around the world", Zidane told his club's website. The Spanish side won both ties.
"The tie is fifty-fifty, before starting a knockout round it's always like this and even more so with this match", said Real Madrid coach, Zinedine Zidane. "It will be a passionate, hard and lovely tie". That's what happened when I was playing all those years ago and it ended well for us.
He further added, "It is if we get a good result over there".
"You must remember it is the players who will be on the pitch", he said. We know that is going to be a hard match, it's a hot field.
Juventus vice-president Pavel Nedved hinted at the size of the task ahead of them.
"I'm glad to be able to play in Madrid again, but I also know the Bernabeu is always a hard place to go, but first we have a home game".
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"I think Juve have improved a lot [since the 2015 final], this team can play without fear against Barcelona".
Diego Simeone's team will attempt to finally nab its first title after having lost three finals in the past, two of them against its arch-rival from Madrid.
Alonso spent five seasons at the Bernabeau and won the Champions League with Real in 2014.
Last season English Premier League champions Leicester City are scheduled to face 2016 La Liga's runner-ups Atletico Madrid in the first quarter-final.
Elsewhere there's an exciting meeting of Ajax and Schalke, Celta Vigo will play Genk - who knocked Cork City out in the qualifying rounds - while Lyon are against Turkey's Besiktas.
The other two encounters are Celta Vigo vs Genk, Ajax vs Schalke.
"Wow! It'll be a great quarter-final between two clubs with great history", he said.