GK: Misa, Yohana, Sara Ezquerro
DEF: Kenti Robles, Babett Peter, Samara Ortíz Cruz, Ivana Andrés, Marta Corredera, Claudia Florentino
MID: Thaisa, Aurélie Kaci, Maite Oroz, Teresa Abelleira
FWD: Olga Carmona, Kosovare Asllani, Sofia Jakobsson, Marta Cardona, Chioma Ubogagu, Lorena Navarro, Ariana Arias
After announcing a full squad vs. Madrid CFF for the midweek Copa de la Reina Quarter-Finals as a show of unity and team spirit, Real Madrid Femenino have returned to including only those fit to play.
That leaves out center-back Daiane, midfielder Malena Ortíz Cruz, and striker Jessica Martínez.
On the bright side, Chioma Ubogagu has made a return after suffering an injury relapse that has kept her out longer than expected.
Following a loss to Madrid CFF in a one-off knockout match, Las Blancas will be raring to get their revenge in league play. The stakes are still high beyond the derby factor, as Madrid CFF sit 6 points off of third-placed Real Madrid Femenino with a game in hand.