But the defending Champions League winners could be forced to lift the trophy in front of a handful of fans.
It has been reported by AS that the home side have offered the Los Blancos just 560 tickets despite a capacity of over 30,000 at the La Roselada.
Malaga’s stadium boasts of a capacity of 30,044 people, but only 560 tickets have been offered to Real.
Tickets are going for as high as £430 for one seat.
The minnows have around 23,000 season ticket holders, with another 6,000 available at the home end ticket window for £77 face value.
If Real Madrid can earn four points in the final two games it will only be their second domestic league title in the last nine years.
The Santiago Bernabeu outfit are level on points with Barcelona, but also have a game in hand.
However, nothing is certain as Malaga will not be a pushover at home, having held Barca for a draw earlier in the season.
Real Madrid kick-off their final three games of the season against Celta Vigo, after which they travel to Malaga and the then the big daddy of all in Cardiff – where they face Italian champions Juventus in the Champions League semi-final.