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Summary

  1. Juventus take on Real Madrid in the Champions League final at 19:45
  2. More than 170,000 visitors are expected in Cardiff on Saturday
  3. Road closures are in place across the city
  4. Motorists are urged to avoid the M4 for the whole of match day as it will be busy

Live Reporting

By Rhiannon Beacham and Ceri Coleman-Phillips

All times stated are UK

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  1. Time to let the football do the talking

    Thanks for your company this afternoon, the atmosphere in Cardiff has been electric.

    All eyes now turn to the pitch.

    Juventus take on reigning champions Real Madrid at 19:45 and you can see live updates on the match here.

  2. Where's you destination?

    Post-match passenger queuing systems are all ready at Cardiff Central rail station.

    Queuing system at Cardiff central
  3. Who's your favourite?

    Fans study the Champions League stars which decorate Cardiff Castle.

    Fans looking at Cardiff Castle
  4. The countdown begins

    Fans stream into the stadium with less than an hour to go before kick-off.

    National Stadium of Wales
  5. Croeso i'r gem derfynol

    Chris Bevan

    BBC Sport at Principality Stadium

    programme notes

    The programme notes by Uefa president Aleksander Ceferin are in Welsh as well as English - so this is the perfect time to learn some of the local lingo.

    Impress your mates by announcing that you think tonight's game will be 'ddiflas' (boring) or 'gyffrous iawn' (very exciting).

    I'm going for the latter myself...

  6. There's an unfamiliar face in this starting line up!

    The real line up will be announced shortly.

    Real Madrid team cut out