Fran Garcia should play at left-back for this one against Valencia; Eduardo Camavinga should slot in centrally, especially now Aurelien Tchouameni is out with a long-term injury.
Although Joselu was preferred against Rayo, Rodrygo should return up top to play alongside Vincius.
Nacho should play in defence, given the suspension to Antonio Rudiger.
Hugo Duro is back to full fitness and should come in to start.
Valencia are without four players through injury,
and should be relatively unchanged to the side that beat Granada last week.
Real Madrid, following their Champions League victory against Braga on Wednesday evening, are now chasing first placed Girona at the top of the table.
Valencia could take advantage of this and really bed-in during the game – the visitors were able to keep a disciplined clean sheet against Granada last week,
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The visitors will certainly be looking to upset the apple cart on Saturday night at the Bernabeu.
Rodrygo returning to the starting eleven alongside Vinicius could spell danger for the Valencia defence, though,
with the hosts looking to pull apart defensive solidarity with clever, darting runs in behind.
Madrid should take the points here, but Valencia will not pose as walkovers.