Tottenham will enter the Santiago Bernabeu for only the second time in their history tonight and come face-to-face with Europe's most decorated club.
Real Madrid have won nine European Cups - more than any other club - and in Jose Mourinho boast a manager who has won as many Champions Leagues as Tottenham have won UEFA cups.
However, Harry Redknapp's side know that Real Madrid - who haven't won the competition since 2002 and are appearing in their first quarter-final since 2004 - are not the team they once were and will be quietly confident they can cause an upset.
Having beaten AC Milan and Inter Milan this year Tottenham, with their free flowing, attacking football, have the potential to hurt Real Madrid.
Here we run the rule over the two teams before tonight's quarter-final.Reuse content