With the season heading into its decisive phase, Real Madrid know how important the next eight days will be.
To start with, they play Levante at the Estadi Ciutat de Valencia on Saturday before taking on Manchester City in the Champions League on Wednesday and Barcelona in the Clasico on Sunday.
With the Copa del Rey out of the picture, these three games are crucial as Los Blancos go after the LaLiga Santander title and the Champions League.
After Sunday's draw with Celta Vigo, Zinedine Zidane's side have seen their lead at the top of the LaLiga Santander table cut to just one point.
They'll want to keep it that way or extend it on Saturday ahead of next weekend's clash with Barcelona at the Estadio Santiago Bernabeu.
To do that, they'll have to first watch Barcelona host Eibar in the afternoon before playing against Levante in the evening.
The LaLiga Santander title is still Real Madrid's big target for this season as they try to wrestle it back off Barcelona after two years away.
Zidane was in charge the last time the trophy came to the Bernabeu, completing a LaLiga Santander and Champions League double in 2016/17.
Eden Hazard is back to help reproduce something similar, but Zidane has left Gareth Bale out of the squad to play Levante.
That means Real Madrid could opt to return to a more solid 4-4-2 formation, with Hazard and Karim Benzema up front, instead of the 4-3-3 they deployed against Celta.
With Real Madrid conceding at least once in their last three games, Zidane will want to stop the rot by ensuring his men keep a clean sheet at the Ciutat de Valencia.
Source: Marca / Santiago Siguero