Real Madrid will be looking to make it four straight La Liga wins when they travel to Valencia on Wednesday night.
Valencia are currently three points off the top four ahead of Tuesday night's fixtures. Madrid, meanwhile, are not challenging for the title this season, but will have second-placed Atletico Madrid in their sights.
Madrid ensured that they would make it three straight league wins by overcoming Huesca on Sunday night, but it was far from a convincing performance from the reigning European champions, who needed a late Karim Benzema strike to triumph.
Los Blancos are currently third in the table, two points off second-placed Atletico and 12 behind leaders Barcelona, who both play on Tuesday night.
Here, Sports Mole takes a look at how Madrid could line up at the Mestalla.
Marcos Llorente made his return from injury against Huesca at the weekend, but the midfielder was absent from Tuesday morning's training session and is therefore unlikely to feature at the Mestalla.
Vinicius Junior and Dani Carvajal will definitely both miss out through injury, while Nacho is suspended, meaning that Raphael Varane is expected to return in central defence.