All eyes will be on La Rosaleda this Sunday evening, for one of the biggest games witnessed on the ground since Borussia Dortmund visited in the Champions League quarterfinal in 2013.
Real Madrid need just a point to win their first league title since 2012 but this will be no easy task with Míchel's side currently on a five-game unbeaten run.
Should Malaga win and Barcelona beat Eibar, the trophy will head to Catalonia because of their greater head-to-head record.
Malaga themselves also have plenty to play for with an 11th-place finish worth an extra million euros - around the same amount that would be owed to the Blue and Whites by Real thanks to a clause in Isco’s transfer for a championship win for Los Blancos.
Tickets for this historic encounter sold out over a week ago.