When and Where: The La Liga kicks-off from the Bernabeu at 6 a.m. ET. A live stream will be available via ESPN3
Preview: Real Madrid face the challenge of trying to overcome the huge disappointment of their Champions League semi-final exit at the hands of Bayern Munich, when they meet Sevilla on Sunday.
Despite the euphoria of Real's victory in El Clasico last weekend and the La Liga title it all but assured, there is a strong suspicion that it was the Champions League that was the priority for the club, and particularly it's manager Jose Mourinho.
But with that dream gone for at least another season, Real should take solace from a league campaign that looks set to bring them a first title in four years.
A win against a Sevilla side, still with aspirations of European qualification for next season, will be enough to secure the championship, if Barcelona fall to defeat at Rayo Vallecano later in the day.
Team News: After battling for 120 minutes without reward on Wednesday, Mourinho is likely to make changes to his lineup on Sunday. Gonzalo Higuain may well come in for Karim Benzema, while Kaka could also get a start.
Gary Mendel and Manu del Moral will both be missing for Sevilla through suspension. Andres Palop could well be fit to return in goal.
Real Madrid: Casillas; Arbeloa, Ramos, Pepe, Coentrao; Khedira, Alonso; Callejon, Kaka, Ronaldo; Higuain.
Sevilla: Palop; Cala, Fazio, Escude, Navarro; Trochowski, Rakitic; Navas, Reyes, Luna; Negredo
Prediction: There is sure to be weariness and regret in much of the Real squad after their Champions League exit. But with the finishing line so close in La Liga, there is huge incentive for Los Blancos to raise themselves on Sunday.
Sevilla's form has stuttered of late and Real should have enough in the tank to get the win.
Real Madrid 2-0 Sevilla