Real Madrid are hoping to turn a corner and win back-to-back home league matches for the first time this season, but face an Eibar outfit who will be looking to stay clear of the relegation zone.
If Cristiano Ronaldo and company can step it up when it matters on Sunday, they can get back on track in La Liga and keep up the pace with league leaders Barcelona and second place Valencia.
With Keylor Navas picking up an abductor injury against Tottenham, deputy Kiko Casilla will step in.
Marcelo is a class act at left-back, one of the greatest in the world and a key threat going forward. On the other side with Dani Carvajal out injured, young defender Achraf Hakimi has stepped in and looked the part, despite playing in an important position at eighteen years of age.
In the centre, Sergio Ramos marshalls the back four while Raphaël Varane provides cover using his pace.
One of the greatest midfield trios in the world of football, German World Cup winner Toni Kroos and Luka Modric make a fantastic duo in the centre of the park. With Kroos being an excellent passer and Modric a strong runner of the ball, they dovetail perfectly.
To protect them going forward, Casemiro is an able deputy and strong in the tackle, while screening the back four.
With Gareth Bale still out injured, Isco has stepped in and made the place his own, performing excellently in a front three, causing havoc with his amazing dribbling skills and vision. Calls have been made in the media for the Spaniard to be one of the first names on the team sheet.
He will play in tandem with talisman Cristiano Ronaldo who is looking for his first La Liga goal at home this season, while Karim Benzema will be the perfect foil up front.