A memorable 2-3 victory for Al Hilal over Flamengo in a thrilling contest in Tangier saw them make history, reaching a first FIFA Club World Cup final in their club’s history. Their opponents are European champions and Spanish giants Real Madrid, who comfortably defeated Al Ahly by four goals to one. In the 2021 FIFA Club World Cup, Al Hilal faced European opposition and put up a good fight, losing to Chelsea by just a single goal in the semi-finals. With that in mind, this certainly isn’t expected to be a walkover for Real Madrid. However, Carlo Ancelotti’s side should do enough to triumph whether it be over 90 minutes or after extra time, so back Real Madrid to lift their fifth FIFA Club World Cup.