Madrid won La Liga with four games to spare and have been using the lead-up to their clash with Liverpool as a kind of pre-season.
But they’ll look to put in a good performance tomorrow evening to ensure they head to Paris with their tails up.
And Betis are no mugs.
They won the Copa del Rey last month in their home city of Seville, beating Valencia at La Cartuja. They’re also on course to finish fifth in La Liga for the second season running.
They’ll come to the capital intent on spoiling the party.
“It’s going to be a good game, entertaining,” the Italian said. “Betis play a quality game and we’re all going to enjoy it.”