Marco Asensio and Alvaro Morata start over James Rodriguez and Karim Benzema for Real Madrid against a new-look Sevilla in the European Super Cup.
Madrid are without Keylor Navas, Pepe, Toni Kroos, Gareth Bale and Cristiano Ronaldo so Zinedine Zidane has been forced to reshuffle his pack, although he sticks with his tried-and-tested 4-3-3 in Norway as opposed to the 4-4-2 he trialled during preseason.
Kiko Casilla is in goal, with a back four of Dani Carvajal, Sergio Ramos, Raphael Varane and Marcelo protecting him, while Isco is given the nod over Kroos in central midfield and Mateo Kovacic replaces fellow Croatian Luka Modric.
Up top, Zidane opts against taking a chance on Benzema’s fitness and instead gives Morata his second Madrid debut, with Lucas Vazquez and Asensio – considered Los Blancos’ most impressive newcomer at the International Champions Cup – either side of the striker.
Sevilla, meanwhile, go with a throwback seven in goal, defence and midfield, but the new faces stock up further up the pitch as a front three of Hiroshi Kiyotake, Franco Vazquez and Luciano Vietto debuts in the competitive arena.
Real Madrid: Casilla; Carvajal, Ramos, Varane, Marcelo; Isco, Casemiro, Kovacic; Lucas, Morata, Asensio
Subs: Yanez, Nacho, Benzema, James, Modric, Danilo, M Llorente
Sevilla: Rico; Mariano, Parejo, Carrico, Kolo; Iborra, N’Zonzi; Kiyotake, Vazquez, Vitolo; Vietto
Subs: Soria, Kranevitter, Konoplyanka, Ben Yedder, Sarabia, Escudero, Rami