Los Blancos will host the Reds – at a yet unconfimed venue – on Tuesday 6 April, before taking on Barcelona in the second El Clasico of the season at the Alfredo Di Stefano stadium on Saturday 10 April.
They will complete a hectic eight-day period by travelling to Liverpool – which may or may not be at Anfield – on Wednesday 13 April.
The location of both Champions League ties is yet to be decided due to the current government travel bans that exist between the UK and Spain – but those may be lifted by April.
As highlighted by Marca, this will be a season-defining run of fixtures for Madrid both domestically and in Europe, but this is a side who have excelled in such situations before.
For Liverpool, they will play host to Aston Villa in the Premier League encounter between the two legs.
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