The German side welcome their Spanish counterparts for the first leg this week before the return fixture at the Bernabeu on April 18.
It will also see ex-Real boss Carlo Ancelotti face the La Liga side for the first time since his departure in 2015, with his former assistant Zinedine Zidane, now the permanent manager.
Ancelotti won the Champions League with Madrid in 2014, before Zidane claimed the trophy last season for the 11-time winners, while Bayern Munich are Europe’s joint third most successful team having been crowned champions on five occasions.
But the last time the Bundesliga winners played Real Madrid at the Allianz Arena, they suffered their biggest ever European home defeat. They were beaten 4-0 in April 2014, which was also the last time their lost on their own turf in the Champions League.
Bayern Munich coach Carlo Ancelotti has admitted star striker Robert Lewandowski remains a major doubt.A�Lewandowski suffered a shoulder injury during last weekend’s Bundesliga win over Borussia Dortmund and lasted only 20 minutes of a training session this week as he fights to be fit.
Ancelotti will haveA�to make do without Mats Hummels, who sustained an injury during training on Sunday, while ThomasA�MA?ller is still doubtful.A�Bayern received a boost on Monday with Manuel Neuer back in training following a minor foot operation ten days ago.
Real will have defenders Pepe and Raphael Varane ruled out of both legs. The former suffered a double rib fracture in Saturday’s 1-1 draw with Atletico Madrid, while the latter is out for a month with a hamstring injury.
Right-back Daniel Carvajal trained on his own on Monday and is struggling with a knock.
Bayern Munich:A�Keylor Navas (GK); Dani Carvajal; Nacho; Marcelo; Sergio Ramos; Casemiro; Toni Kroos; Luka Modric; Gareth Bale; Karim Benzema; Cristiano Ronaldo
Real Madrid:A�Manuel Neuer (GK); Philip Lahm; Jerome Boateng; Javi Martinez; David Alaba; Xabi Alonso; Arturo Vidal; Thiago Alcantara; Arjen Robben; Robert Lewandowski; Franck Ribery