Will Real Madrid maintain their 100% winning record this season?
On Tuesday night, los Blancos were made to work for it, but eventually beat Celtic 3-0 in Glasgow in their Champions League opener.
Quick-fire goals from Vinícius Júnior and Luka Modrić took the game away from the Scottish Champions, before Eden Hazard rubber stamped the victory late on.
The Belgian was only on the field after Karim Benzema had hobbled off in the first half hour, which is certainly a concern.
Aside from that, everything is going swimmingly for Carlo Ancelotti’s side.
They’ve now won all six matches this season, lifting the UEFA Super Cup in Helsinki and sitting top of La Liga with 12 points to their name.
Last Saturday, the top two met at the Bernabéu, with goals from Vini Jr. and Rodrygo downing Real Betis.
So, will the European Champions be victorious again?
RCD Mallorca meantime start the weekend 11th and, having only avoided relegation on the final day last season, would love to maintain this mid-table obscurity.
Los Bermellones drew 1-1 with Girona last weekend, taking an 87th minute lead through Antonio Raíllo, only for their Catalan visitors to equalise from the penalty spot deep in stoppage time.
This means Javier Aguirre’s team have five points on the board, losing to Betis, also drawing with Athletic but beating Rayo Vallecano in Madrid a fortnight ago.
As the side from the Balearic Islands return to the Spanish capital, they’ll do well to leave with another victory.