The Madrid derby is just days away and Real Madrid are already set to win La Liga and the Copa del Rey.
What does that mean for their chances of winning the Champions League?
I spoke to Spanish football writer and pundit Mariano Gómez to find out what the Spanish football world is saying about the game.
What can we expect from Real Madrid in the Real Madrid derby?
The derby is going to be intense.
The Spanish league has been plagued with injuries, suspensions and suspensions.
This is the first derby since Pep Guardiola was sacked in December, and the fans want him back.
But if Real Madrid win, it’s going to have to be a special derby because Madrid have not played in Europe since 2011.
They have only reached the quarter-finals of the Champions league in the last two seasons.
They will be very disappointed to be beaten by Barcelona, who are probably the best team in the world.
They’re playing in the best league in Europe, which means they have been doing great things in recent seasons.
I think this is a great opportunity for Real Madrid to win their first title since 2011, and to do it against Barcelona.
Barca have won two titles, two Copa d’Italia titles and a Champions League.
They’ve never won a European title.
They could have beaten Barcelona and they’re not going to beat Barcelona, but Real Madrid could have won the Champions Leagues too, which would have been a good way to do things.
I don’t think the Real derby is a chance for Real to win a trophy, but I think they could be the best side in Europe.
It was only the fourth derby in Real Madrid history, but it was the first time they played at home.
It will be a very, very tough game.
I don’t know if Real have the same confidence in their players as they did in the Champions Final against Barcelona, so I don