Thiago makes way for Kimmich. Hummels replaces Boatang at centreback for Bayern. Strange to be making a defensive substitution at this stage when down but Boetang hasn't been great and is perhaps struggling for fitness.
It's no trouble to Neuer though and he watches it calmly fly a few yards wide of his post. The largely ineffective Muller comes off and is replaced by Robben.
Just as he looks up to deliver a cross, Boetang gets in the way to knock it out for a corner. The Austrian turns on a sixpence in the box and unleashes a drive towards goal.
It's straight at Oblak though and the keeper beats away for a corner. Space on this Vicente Calderon is at a premium when Atletico are played as organised as they are tonight tough.
Bayern yet to have created a real clean cut chance in this game. Oblak looks to have it covered but Muller can only head wide from a tight angle anyhow.
After a couple of crosses are blocked Koke's ball swings in but fails to find a teammate and Neuer gathers. It's been a typical Atleti display: Despite having the vast majority of ball, Ancelotti's men haven't been able to do anything with it -- largely owing to Atletico's tireless defensive efforts.
That said, the red and whites have been mighty impressive in attack too. They've created the better chances and could have found themselves three goals to the good if Torres had brought his shooting boots.
Simeone will be asking for much more of the same during the interval, while Ancelotti will be asking much more of his side in general.
It's two on two and Carrasco opts to go alone. Bayern almost hit back straight away. Ribery wriggles into space in the Atleti box and shoots just millimetres wide from six yards.
Oblak was helpless if that was on target. It flies in off the far post. Just before that Torres had missed another great chance, slipping at the last moment, but some brilliance from Carrasco makes up for it.
Atleti take a well deserved lead. Muller and Lewandowski have been limited to practically scraps so far. That's one a piece now after the German is penalised for showing his studs.
He has to score that The ball comes to him at the back post from a corner and he has a free header from three yards out into a virtually empty net but still manages to hit the post.
That really should have been to the hosts. This is turning into a peach of a game. The gangly German takes it on the volley but the lanky Slovenian gets behind it well to make a great save!
We have a game here! Martinez recovers in time to nick the ball off him and the chance is gone. Simeone pacing up and down like a mad man and Ancelotti the antithesis, Mr.
Cool, calm and collected with his hands in his pockets and the only movement seen from his one rogue eyebrow.
This game's got off to a great tempo. It is a pop shot mind, and it's easily blocked by Boaetang. Pressure from Simeone's men right from the off though He last officiated Bayern on the other hand in last season's quarter final versus Benfica.
Bayern won that one As you might have figured, both teams can't win tonight, so perhaps we won't take anything from it Should be quite some atmosphere here.
The starting 11s are out and the big news from Bayern's perspective is that Hummels misses out with injury as was feared and is replaced by Boetang in central defence.
Elsewhere, Xabi Alonso and Vidal come back into midfield replacing Kimmich the matchwinner against Hamburg and Sanches from Saturday's Bundesliga victory.
Correa, Fernandez, Gaitan, and Giminez are the players to make way from Sunday's win over Deportivo. Let's hope it lives up to expectations Sometimes forwards can be goal machines in their domestic leagues but then fail to bring that form into Europe an accusation that was often thrown at Zlatan Ibrahimovic , for instance.
Can either, or both, continue their fine run in front of net tonight? For the record, both have decent Champions League goals records: Lewandowski with 33 goal in 53 games and Griezmann with 10 in Yes, we failed to perform against Bayern but that was because we couldn't deal with the excitement of the occasion.
We have not had much time to study PSV, but we are well prepared. It's all about perspective though: Of course you aren't! You'll be reading our much more thrilling live text updates instead, won't you Well just in case you want to compliment our live match feed with a bit of the real action, you can see where to find coverage of Champions League Group D showdown here.
You'd expect those odds might change a tad if Diego Simeone's men manage to pick up all three points tonight though.
You can see Hitzfeld's point: More from Hitzfeld's comments here. Here are some Opta stats for you. Bayern have been more prolific so far this year averaging 3 goals per game to Atleti's 2.
We're in for a tough, evenly-matched game it seems. The opposition was Bayern Munich. The Bavarian side would go on to win the next two and remain the only club ever to win three consecutive European Cups.
Can Bayern pull something out of the hat? Thomas Müller thinks they can: We certainly have a score to settle there ," the Bayern goal machine warned.
I don't think you can compare him with Robert Lewandowski, he plays deeper and is very dangerous on the counter-attack. These two sides have become accustomed to meeting each other in Europe's top competition whether that be in the latter stages or, as is the case this year, in the group.
Since then they have only conceded one goal - in the very credible draw at the Camp Nou - and have won the rest including putting four and five goals passed Celta and Sporting respectively.
The giants of German football are now measured by most in terms of what they achieve against the best of Europe rather than their continued domination of their domestic league.
Manager Carlo Ancelotti knows LaLiga well and may have some advice to his striking group on how best to go about breaking down the home defence.
During his time at Real Madrid Ancelotti faced Simeone's side on 13 occasions , with a record of four wins, four draws and five defeats.
Ancelotti confirmed that Mats Hummels will be fit for the match after the Germany international picked up a knock last weekend at Hamburg.
A point away from home would be good for us although we always play to win. We're up against the team who beat us in the semi-finals and even though we've won every game so far we know tomorrow's game will be really tough.
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