For their Champions League match against Celtic, Real Madrid has three key concerns

Real Madrid knows they have qualified for the Champions League final against Celtic, and Celtic’s opponents are aware that only a historic victory at the Santiago Bernabeu is at stake.
Los Blancos still have a chance to win the title, but to do so, they must match RB Leipzig’s result against Shakhtar Donetsk, as the Germans’ loss to them last week was their first of the year.
Three key injury uncertainties plague them. At the weekend, Carlo Ancelotti told the media that Karim Benzema was not fully recovered despite receiving the all-clear from his doctor. It still is, according to him, he informed Mundo Deportivo.
We’ll see if Benzema feels good during practice as Tchouaméni is unavailable for tomorrow.
While Benzema has missed the last three games, Aurelien Tchouameni was absent last weekend against Girona due to apparent ongoing muscle soreness. For the most part, Rodrygo has been filling in at center-forward.
Sport reports that Eden Hazard will likely be the other absence. The Belgian wasn’t on the field when Real Madrid warmed up in practise, but there had been no reports of an injury. He might still win the match, as was the case with Rodrygo.