Real Madrid vs Gremio

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Real Madrid vs Gremio Live

Date: Saturday, Dec. 16

Time: 5 p.m. GMT, midday ET

Real Madrid vs Gremio

Real Madrid aims to repeat as Club World Cup champions when they face South American kings Gremio on Saturday in the final. Los Blancos edged past Al Jazira in the semifinals, while the Brazilians beat Pachuca.

Real Madrid survived a scare to reach the final of the 2017 FIFA Club World Cup as they came back from a goal down to beat Al Jazira 2-1 on Wednesday.

Gremio also only narrowly beat Pachuca in their semi-final, with an extra-time winner from substitute forward Everton earning the Brazilian outfit a 1-0 win.

It all sets up a potentially thrilling final on Saturday at the Zayed Sports City Stadium in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates.

If Real can produce a performance like the one that saw them to a 5-0 victory over Sevilla last Saturday, there will be little chance for Gremio.

Los Blancos boast more quality in their squad than the 2017 Copa Libertadores champions and would get the better of most teams on the planet when playing at their best.

That is not to say Gremio do not have a chance, though.

Real have rarely been at their best this term and should they misfire again on Saturday, Gremio have the players to take advantage.

Real Madrid can draw level with Barcelona as the most prolific winners of the Club World Cup if they claim their third title on Saturday.

They can also become the first team to win the competition in consecutive years having overcome Japan’s Kashima Antlers in last year’s final.

However, they will likely have to be more clinical against Gremio than they were against Al Jazira if they are to claim victory.

Al Jazira goalkeeper Ali Khasif had an excellent game against Los Blancos, but Real were also guilty of being wasteful in front of goal.

They went behind after 41 minutes, but second-half strikes from Cristiano Ronaldo and Gareth Bale turned the game on its head.