Borussia Dortmund face compatriots Bayern Munich in the first ever all-German Champions League final. Stats experts Whoscored.com have provided infographics illustrating the notable numbers you need to know before Saturday's showpiece match.
Bayern Munich have scored 29 goals in this season's Champions League while Borussia Dortmund have hit the back of the net 23 times. Bayern have scored 19 goals from open play compared to Dortmund's 16. The sides have scored eight and five goals respectively from set pieces (excluding penalties).
Bayern and Dortmund are joint top for goals scored inside the penalty area, with 22 each. The Bavarians have scored the most headed goals (six) in this season's competition.
Bayern have fired in an average of 16.8 shots per Champions League game, the fourth highest ratio in this year's competition. Dortmund average 14.6 shots per game, the 10th best figure.
Both sides have conceded 10 Champions League in this European campaign. After conceding 10 goals in their first eight Champions League games this season, Bayern have kept four clean sheets in a row, in the process going 365 minutes without conceding a goal.
Bayern's top scorer in this season's Champions League is Thomas Muller (eight). He has scored 27.6% of the Bavarians' goals. In contrast, Robert Lewandowski is Dortmund's top marksman with 10 goals, 43.5% of his side's total goals.
Bastian Schweinsteiger and Phillip Lahm have provided four assists in this year's Champions League. Mario Gotze, who will miss the final through injury, is Dortmund's best provider with five assists.
Bayern boast a pass completion percentage of 85.5%, the fourth highest in this year's competition, compared to Dortmund's 79%, the seventh lowest pass success rate.
All statistics courtesy of WhoScored.com, where you can find yet more stats, including live in-game data and unique player and team ratings.