The C2K host exclusively interacts with Goal.com over the Round of 16 Champions League clash between Sir Alex Ferguson and Jose Mourinho's sides...
|Goal.com: Where do you think the game will be won?
Morrison: In midfield. Sir Alex [Ferguson] always tends to play five across the middle away from home in European matches and four across the middle at home, but I think he will try and dominate midfield with a five possibly with [Wayne] Rooney as the extra midfielder so he can support the attack. Remember Real Madrid must score, nil-nil and Manchester United go through so the onus is on the visitors.
|Goal.com: Should Madrid start with Karim Benzema or Gonzalo Higuain?
Morrison: Higuain. He has been in good form of late and if this game looked like it was heading for extra time then I would bring on Benzema and use his pace to run at tired defensive legs.
|Goal.com: Does Shinji Kagawa deserve a start after his hat-trick over the weekend against Norwich?
Morrison: No. There is a huge difference playing Norwich and facing Real Madrid. In my opinion, he had a poor game in the first leg.
|Goal.com: Will United sit back and play on the counter-attack or will they be more adventurous since they will be at Old Trafford?
Morrison: This is such a tough question as Sir Alex knows they have the away goal and can afford to sit back BUT he also knows that Real Madrid can score in a flash. I think he will go down the cautious defensive route first as in the second half of the first leg Real Madrid struggled to break United down.
|Goal.com: Do you think Sergio Ramos will be a liability at the back for Madrid in light of his inconsistent performances?
Morrison: Not really, although I would prefer Ramos at right back and Pepe in the centre. It is strange that I am looking at the defensive options and the youngest [Raphael] Varane is the first name on my team sheet!
|Goal.com: Predictions and why?
Morrison: Naughty question you know I must remain neutral!
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