Real Madrid will be looking to bounce back from their shock Champions League elimination when they visit relegation-threatened Real Valladolid in La Liga this weekend.
As a result, Madrid are 12 points off the top of La Liga. Their season is effectively over in terms of challenging for silverware, but there is no question that the fans will be looking for a response.
Here, Sports Mole takes a look at how a wounded Madrid could line up against Valladolid, who currently sit 16th in Spain's top flight.
The defeat to Ajax on Tuesday night brought extra damage, with Vinicius Junior, Dani Carvajal and Lucas Vazquez all picking up injuries against the Dutch giants.
Vinicius could actually miss the remainder of the campaign having torn a ligament in his leg, while Carvajal has a muscular injury and Vazquez a hamstring problem.
Madrid will also once again be without club captain Sergio Ramos. The centre-back missed the game with Ajax due to a European suspension, but he will now serve a domestic ban, meaning that Nacho should continue alongside Raphael Varane in central defence.
Gareth Bale and Marco Asensio replaced Vinicius and Vazquez against Ajax and the pair are expected to be handed starting roles against Valladolid, joining Karim Benzema in the final third of the field. Bale is a slight doubt with an ankle problem but should make the XI.
Solari could decide to change his midfield with Dani Ceballos and fit-again Marcos Llorente both options, but it seems likely that Casemiro, Toni Kroos and Luka Modric will continue in the middle of the park.