Real Madrid reached their first European final in 12 years by beating Bayern Munich in an emphatic victory in the Allianz Arena.
With the Copa del Rey already in the trophy cabinet, it could be an incredible year for Carlo Ancelotti's side.
They are currently third in the league, but they do have a game in hand over their title rivals. If Atletico beat Levante, they will be nine points behind the leaders at the time of kick-off.
Los Blancos obviously need their city rivals to slip in the near future, but the positivity around the club means that all expendable energy will be used on things that are within their control.
That starts with the visit of Valencia.
Here's how Real Madrid is likely to line up at the Bernabeu.