Terry Gibson visits the Revista studios to discuss the La Liga title race and preview the Madrid derby.
It was Real who benefited significantly from recent results - their 3-0 victory over Elche, which included a stunning strike from Gareth Bale, lifting them three points clear at the top of the table.
Real's rivals for the title, Barcelona and Atletico Madrid, both suffered surprising and emphatic defeats.
Barcelona travelled to Real Sociedad on Saturday. Although Alex Song's own goal was swiftly cancelled out by Lionel Messi, the hosts went on to record a deserved 3-1 win courtesy of further strikes from Antoine Griezmann and David Zurutuza.
Meanwhile, back at the Bernabeu, a first half goal from Asier Illarramendi had put the hosts in charge - setting the stage for Bale to unleash a trademark 30-yard strike that sent the home fans into delirium. Isco rubber-stamped the win with a third late on, and eyes turned to Atletico's visit to Osasuna on Sunday.
A disastrous first half put paid to Atletico keeping pace with their city rivals, though - goals from Alvaro Cejudo, Emiliano Armenteros and Roberto Torres ensuring there was no way back for Diego Simeone's side.
The result will leave Simeone smarting ahead of Sunday's Madrid derby at Estadio Vicente Calderon while Real will arrive buoyed by last weekend's events - ensuring fireworks in the Spanish capital in a game you can see exclusively live on Sky Sports.
Ahead of all that, Terry, Scott and Guillem will be looking through all the aspects of a potentially title-deciding game and offering up their take on whether Barcelona's mid-week exertions in Manchester were to blame for their lacklustre display in San Sebastian.
As usual, there'll be all the rest of the action, round-up, news and debate from one of Europe's leading leagues.
So don't miss Revista de La Liga at 7pm, Tuesday, Sky Sports 2