The 2016/17 Spanish La Liga will be coming to an end today (Sunday), the book makers believe that Real Madrid would end their long wait for a domestic League crown since their 2012 triumph.
Real Madrid lead their rivals with three points after taking maximum points against Celta Vigo in their outstanding game, all Real Madrid need is at least a point against Malaga.
The last time Real Madrid won this title was when Jose Mourinho was in charge in 2012.
Since then Barcelona have dominated La Liga, winning it three times in the last four attempts, while Atletico Madrid were crowned champions in 2014.
It is Real’s title to lose but Zidane, in his first full season in charge at the Bernabeu, is not celebrating just yet.
“The most difficult part is still to come even though we’re getting closer [to the title] every day,” he said.
“I don’t feel like we’re the champions yet, we still need to pick up more points and keep on with what we’re doing.”
Sunday should be Luis Enrique’s last La Liga game in charge of Barca after three seasons, two domestic titles and one Champions League triumph.
“I was very fortunate to come here and become the manager,” he said.
“You live things with such passion. For me it’s been like a short journey but Barca’s history is full of these stories of players and managers that come and go and I’m very proud of forming part of this history.
“It’s going to be a very special night – that’s normal.”