Real Madrid coach Zinedine Zidane said that his team is taking on "the hardest week" with three games in six days that will decide the league title.
"This is the last week, with three games surely it's the hardest because it's the end of the season but also the most important for us. Each team has things at stake and we want to have a good game against Granada, put all our energy into tomorrow's game without thinking about those to come in the week," he said in his press conference.
"I don't think there will be a lot of stress, there's the obligatory tension and that is what helps us win games. What we like to do is train and play, it's a great last week to play, starting with the game against Granada that's the most important."
On Courtois' form, he said: "Here we all think the same, we're a team and the balance has to be defensive and offensive. I'm delighted for Thibaut and for the team in general. Letting in few goals signifies that we're doing things well. The team fights wanting to do great things to win games."
On whether Eden Hazard would start he added: "We'll see tomorrow but Eden is with us and that's the most important thing, to have the players available."