Real Madrid continue their quest for yet another Champions League crown as they face Napoli on Wednesday night.
Real Madrid currently sit top of the Champions League's Group C with four wins from four games.
In typical fashion, Los Blancos have stormed through this group and have already secured qualification for the knockout stages.
Just a point here will seal top spot for Carlo Ancelotti's side and they're entering this game in excellent form, unbeaten in their last eleven games having won four of their last five.
Their most recent outing saw them claim a comfortable 3-0 win away at Cádiz thanks to a brace from Rodrygo before another goal for Jude Bellingham.
Bellingham's second-half strike means he's now scored more goals than any other Real Madrid in their first fifteen games at the club. An arbitrary stat that may be, but it still underlines the the ease with which he's taken to life at arguably the world's most pressurised club which, at his age, cannot be understated.
Madrid's home form is expectedly strong also, as they come into this one unbeaten on their own patch since April of this year.
Los Blancos are expected to book their place in the knockout stages of the Champions League regardless of who they're drawn into a group with but this year it's almost been a formality given the difficulty (or lack of) of the group. The likelihood now is that they'll win both of their remaining fixtures and sail into the last 16.
Napoli currently sit 2nd in Group C with two wins, one draw and one loss from four games.
The Italian side have performed well in this competition as they come into this game with qualification for the round of 16 firmly in their own hands.
It's been a much, much tougher season on the whole for Napoli, however, whose form has been so unconvincing that it's led to a managerial change with veteran manager Walter Mazzarri replacing Rudi Garcia just three months into the campaign.
Mazzarri's tenure got off to an impressive start at the weekend as they claimed a big three points away at Atalanta with a 2-1 win thanks to goals from Khvicha Kvaratskhelia and Elif Elmas.
They've still got a long way to go to reach last season's heights but this is a very promising way to begin the journey back to what they hope will eventually be their best form once again.
A win at the Santigao Bernabéu would be both unexpected and outstanding and would really breathe the confidence into this Napoli side that they can kick on and challenge for the big trophies again this season.
The likelihood is that won't happen, of course, but as long as they give a good account of themselves here the game will do them plenty of good.
For our Real Madrid vs. Napoli prediction, we're going for a 2-1 win for the home side.