Eden Hazard, Sergio Ramos and all of the Real Madrid stars, including Marcello, are fit and ready to face Chelsea.
Zidane's Real side will take on Chelsea at Stamford Bridge in this semi-final second leg, in a bid to reach their first final in three years.
Captain Ramos is back in the Real squad after a month of calf trouble, while ex-Chelsea talisman Hazard has finally shaken off a frustrating sequence of injuries.
In a remarkable build-up to Wednesday's crucial second leg of the Champions League semi-final against Chelsea, Real Madrid defender Marcelo was called on Tuesday to fulfil his duty as a scrutineer for the Madrilenian regional election.
Both Real Madrid and the player had tried to no avail to convince the authorities to free him from his electoral duty.
The risk for Zinedine Zidane was to have one of his most experienced men only at the last minute or not at all for the game against the Blues.
Luckily for him and for the team, the Brazilian was replaced by a lady who offered her services out of her good heart, since she apparently had no idea of who Marcelo was nor that Real Madrid had to play the most important match of the season on Wednesday.
Therefore, Marcelo will travel to London with the rest of the team.
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