17.03.2014 02:05 h

Football: Real Madrid v Schalke 04 factfile

Jubel beim FC Schalke 04
Jubel beim FC Schalke 04

Factfile on Real Madrid and Schalke 04 ahead of the Champions League last 16, second leg tie between the clubs on Tuesday:

Form: Real's below par performance in their away win over struggling Malaga on Saturday still saw them win 1-0 and extend their unbeaten run to 30. Schalke travel more in hope than expectation after the 6-1 hammering in the first leg but at least Dutch striker Klaas-Jan Huntelaar is in fine form having scored five goals in his last two Bundesliga appearances -- including a double in Friday's 2-1 win over Augsburg that saw them move up to third in the table -- and will want to make a point against a team with whom he never produced his best.

Coaches:

Real Madrid - Carlo Ancelotti (ITA) -- 54 yrs

Schalke - Jens Keller (GER) -- 43 yrs

Leading scorers in all competitions:

Real Madrid - Cristiano Ronaldo (39 goals)

Schalke - Jefferson Farfan, Klaas-Jan Huntelaar (both 11 goals)

Domestic league performance:

Real Madrid - Top of La Liga, three points clear of Atletico Madrid and four ahead of Barcelona

Schalke - Third in the Bundesliga, 24 points off leaders Bayern Munich but on course for another Champions League campaign next season.

Group stage performances:

Real Madrid - Winners of Group B ahead of Galatasaray

Schalke - Second in Group E behind Chelsea

European Cup/Champions League best performances:

Real Madrid - winners 1956, 1957, 1958, 1959, 1960, 1966, 1998, 2000, 2002

Schalke - semi-finals 2010/11

Other honours:

Real Madrid - 32 x Spanish champions, 18 x Copa del Rey winners, 2 x UEFA Cup winners, 1 x European Super Cup winners, 3 x Intercontinental Cup winners

Schalke - 7 x German champions (none in Bundesliga era), 5 x German Cup winners, 1 x UEFA Cup winners

Previous meetings:

Schalke 1 Real Madrid 6 -- 2013/14 Champions League last 16 first leg

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