Real Madrid will be looking to make it four straight wins in all competitions when they travel to Huesca in La Liga on Sunday afternoon.
Los Blancos have won their last three games across three separate competitions, and will fancy their chances of overcoming a Huesca side that has won just one of their 14 La Liga matches this season to prop up the table.
Madrid are currently fifth in La Liga on 23 points, five points off division leaders Barcelona, who travel to rivals Espanyol on Saturday night.
Here, Sports Mole takes a look at how Madrid could line up at the Estadio El Alcoraz on Sunday afternoon.
Madrid boss Santiago Solari will be without two of his first-choice midfield three this weekend, with Toni Kroos joining Casemiro on the sidelines.body check tags ::