After falling to a crushing defeat in Sunday's Madrid derby, Real Madrid will hope to respond when they host Las Palmas on Wednesday.
Defensive lapses cost Carlo Ancelotti's side against Atletico and the boss will expect far more composure against a Las Palmas side who picked up their first win of the campaign last time out to move away from the relegation zone.
Here's all you need to know about this one.
What time does Real Madrid vs Las Palmas kick-off?
- Location: Madrid, Spain
- Stadium: Santiago Bernabeu
- Date: Wednesday 27 May
- Kick-off Time: 18:00 BST / 13:00 ET / 10:00 PT
- Referee: Jose Luis Munuera Montero
- VAR: Pablo Gonzalez Fuertes
Real Madrid vs Las Palmas H2H Record (Last Five Games)
- Real Madrid: 3 wins
- Las Palmas: 0 wins
- Draws: 2
- Last meeting: Las Palmas 0-3 Real Madrid (La Liga) - 31 March 2018
Current Form (Last Five Games)
- Real Madrid: WWWWL
- Las Palmas: LDLLW
How to watch Real Madrid vs Las Palmas on TV and live stream
TV channel/live stream
Viaplay Sports 2, Viaplay UK, LaLigaTV
ESPN Deportes, ESPN+
Real Madrid team news
Vinicius Junior has recovered from a hamstring injury but his planned return in the derby was delayed by a surprise illness, but the Brazilian is believed to be healthy once again and could be thrown in from the start.
Dani Carvajal has been out with a muscle injury and may not return for this one, instead remaining on the sidelines alongside Arda Guler, who is back in training but unlikely to be risked. Thibaut Courtois and Eder Militao remain out.
Real Madrid confirmed lineup vs Las Palmas
Real Madrid confirmed lineup (4-1-2-1-2): Arrizabalaga; Nacho, Rudiger, Alaba, Mendy; Tchouameni; Valverde, Camavinga; Diaz; Rodrygo, Joselu.
Las Palmas team news
Mika Marmol is suspended, while Fabio Gonzalez, Alberto Moleiro, Benito Ramirez and Sandro Ramirez all remain out through injury.
Real Madrid vs Las Palmas score prediction
Las Palmas' matches this season have all been low-scoring affairs. The league newcomers have conceded just four goals in six games, having kept a clean sheet against Real Sociedad and held Girona and Valencia to one goal each.
The visitors will absolutely take a 0-0 here and will focus all their efforts on frustrating their star-studded opponents, so the pressure is all on Madrid to be more efficient in front of goal than they were at the weekend.
Don't expect a free-flowing affair, but Madrid should just about edge this.