The La Liga match between Real Madrid and Osasuna will be broadcast live on BeIN Sports.
Second-half goals from Isco and Lucas Vazquez spared Real Madrid's blushes as they were pushed all the way by a spirited Osasuna side before securing a 3-1 LaLiga win on Saturday. While not necessarily a threat, the Basque team could profit from their rival's relaxation.
However, they can also see this match as a golden opportunity - there is absolutely nothing to lose against Real Madrid, and as midfielder Fausto Tienza put it: "this match is flawless opportunity to bang on the table and turn things around".
The enforced break could even mean that, by the time they kick-off on Saturday, Madrid have been overtaken by Barcelona in the table, albeit with games in hand. The more men are healthy and ready, the more the coach can experiment and refresh his starting 11 every week.More news: Nokia to acquire Comptel for €347m
"So we just think about tomorrow".
"We know that we play at home and we are going to look for the victory". Zidane said that his team must take the field without thinking they had any other points "in the bank".
Osasuna came close to a second in the latter stages of the first period when the ball dropped for Nikola Vujadinovic inside the Real Madrid box, but the defender's low effort was saved by the alert Navas.
The centre-back had to be stretchered off after a quarter of an hour at El Sadar after seeing his right leg buckle in a challenge with Isco.More news: Singapore Airlines buys 39 Boeing planes for $13.3B
Real Madrid: Navas 7, Danilo 5, Varane 5, Ramos 5, Nacho 6, Marcelo 6, Casemiro 5, Modric 5, Isco 7, Benzema 7, Ronaldo 6.
Los Blancos manager Zinedine Zidane has revealed the Welsh wizard could feature in team's second leg in the Champions League last 16 against Italian side Napoli in early March.
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