For the second successive season the La Liga title race goes down to the final day, although this year it is Real Madrid who are in pole position.
Having gone into their final game of the 2015-16 campaign needing Barcelona to slip up, Real Madrid now have the luxury of knowing their destiny is in their own hands and a point at Malaga on Sunday evening will guarantee them their first league title since 2012.
Of course, Malaga will want to give a good account of themselves and the Andalusians are one of the form teams in the division claiming six wins in their last eight games with one of those victories coming against Barcelona a month ago.
Real Madrid's capacity to find the back of the net has been the key to their success this term and while they are not the most prolific side in the division, they are the most consistent. If they manage to score at La Rosaleda it will be the first time in their 115-year history that they have scored in every league game in a season, with their goalscoring form on the road particularly impressive.
Los Blancos have won eight successive away league games, scoring 26 times in the process, which has been important given their lack of clean sheets this season. Zidane's men have only prevented opponents netting in two of their last 16 league games although that has not prevented them from reaching the cusp of success.
In recent weeks our go-to bet with Real Madrid has been backing them to win and concede and a repeat should appeal at evens (2.00). Malaga have scored in four of their last five meetings with the side from the capital, while this selection has paid out in seven of Madrid's last eight away games in La Liga.