Last week's first leg at the Allianz Arena saw the favourites in the goalscorers market fail to find the back of the net as Robert Lewandowski and Cristiano Ronaldo mustered just one shot on goal between them.
There should be more goals at the Bernabeu on Tuesday evening and there could be some value to be found in once more backing some higher priced players to score.
The game in Germany last week was the first time this season that Ronaldo has failed to score in the Champions League, ending his run of 11 consecutive matches scoring.
The Portuguese forward, however, has scored 13 goals in his last seven games at the Bernabeu in the competition and dabblebet offer him at 4/7 (1.57) to score at anytime.
Lewandowski has now gone four games without scoring, and, having, never gone five games without a goal for Bayern and he can be backed at 4/5 (1.80) to end that run in the Spanish capital.
Asensio to be decisive once more
Despite being only 22 years old, Asensio has already scored some extremely important goals in his career.
The Mallorca native has scored in the UEFA Super Cup, in last year's Champions League final, and netted against Bayern in the quarter finals last term.
His goal in the first leg may have been his first in this edition of the tournament, but he looks confident and dangerous and the price of 23/10 (3.30) for him to score his twelfth goal of the season in all competitions is tempting.
Tips and predictions
Asensio's last three Champions League goals have come as a substitute, so even if he does not start on Tuesday night, he has an excellent chance of scoring.
Almost guaranteed a starting berth is Real Madrid captain Sergio Ramos and the centre-back could be an interesting value bet at 5/1 (6.00) to score.
No defender has an eye for the epic more than Ramos and he scored twice against Bayern at the same stage of the competition four years ago.
For the visitors, Franck Ribery looked their most dangerous player last week and is offered at 12/5 (3.40) to score, although he has not netted in the Champions League for three years.