After suffering their first defeat of the season, will Real Madrid bounce back?
On Tuesday night, los Blancos were beaten 3-2 by RB Leipzig in Saxony.
Vinícius Júnior and then Rodrygo halving the deficit, but the latter’s penalty came too late to spark a full-scale turnaround.
This doesn’t tell the full story, as Carlo Ancelotti made lots of changes for that game, leaving David Alaba, Ferland Mendy and Dani Carvajal on the bench.
Meanwhile, Luka Modrić, Fede Valverde and Karim Benzema didn’t even make the trip to Germany.
Despite defeat, Real Madrid remain top of the group, simply needing to beat Celtic at home to ensure first place.
Back in La Liga, los Merengues have been almost perfect this season, amassing 31 points from a possible 33.
Last weekend, Modrić, Lucas Vázquez and Valverde were all on target in a comfortable victory over Sevilla.
So, a daunting prospect for Girona, who’ve now slipped into the relegation zone.
Blanquivermells held Osasuna to a 1-1 draw last weekend, thanks to David López’s equaliser at Montilivi.
However, Míchel’s men are now winless in six matches, dating back to 9 September, accumulating just two points in this period.
It’s impossible to see past a home win at Estadio Santiago Bernabéu.