Spanish giants Real Madrid have some important fixtures coming up as we head towards the Christmas break.
Apart from matches in La Liga, the Los Blancos will also face Napoli and Union Berlin in the UEFA Champions League.
Madrid are currently in second place in La Liga with 32 points after 13 matches. They are two points behind Girona on the table.
The Whites have a perfect record in the UCL with four wins in as many games and have already qualified for the round of 16.
Real Madrid’s schedule till Christmas break
November 26: Cadiz (Away)
November 29: Napoli (Home)
December 2: Granada (Home)
December 9: Real Betis (Away)
December 12: Union Berlin (Away)
December 16: Villarreal (Home)
December 20: Alaves (Away)
Earlier, Vinicius Junior and Rodrygo Goes struck twice each as Real Madrid thrashed Valencia 5-1 on Saturday to stay hot on the heels of shock La Liga leaders Girona.
Dani Carvajal opened the scoring for Los Blancos before the Brazilian duo took the reins as they romped to victory, to trail Girona by two points after they won 2-1 at Rayo Vallecano.
Madrid were without key player Jude Bellingham, watching on from a box at the Santiago Bernabeu alongside his mother after he suffered a shoulder injury last weekend from which he has not fully recovered.
Real Madrid coach Carlo Ancelotti said it was his team’s finest performance of the campaign to date.
“It was the best game, Valencia were not able to show their best level because we played very well,” Ancelotti told reporters.
“In the last two matches we’ve been a complete team, playing good football, with quality, sacrifice, commitment, we’ve done well.”