Real Madrid will face Alavés this Tuesday in the midst of celebrating the league title won a few weeks ago. The party began last Saturday in Los Cármenes against the relegated Granada (0-4) and continued in front of their fans in Cibeles, where thousands of people gathered.

The whites are rushing through the days of celebrations, before focusing on the Champions League final on June 1. This Tuesday it will be the turn of the public to go to the Santiago Bernabéu stadium, where the party for the thirty-sixth league title will continue.

The Alavés match only has one incentive for Real Madrid: its preparation for the Wembley final. Thibaut Courtois accelerates to show that he is in a position to be chosen in the big event of the season after overcoming a hell of injuries.

After his performance in Granada, Brahim is looking for a place in the starting eleven. Camavinga also wanted to vindicate himself in the last match against Granada, like the Croatian Luka Modric, cheered by the rival stands, leaving a taste of farewell as the end approaches.

Alavés comes to the game with its homework done. Luis García Plaza’s team is assured of remaining in LaLiga EA Sports, although they are very far from the fight for the European places.

The match between Real Madrid and Alavés, corresponding to the thirty-sixth matchday of LaLiga EA Sports, will be played this Tuesday, May 14, at 9:30 p.m. at the Santiago Bernabéu stadium. The meeting can be seen on television on DAZN and can also be followed live through the La Vanguardia website.