This time the party will not be in Rio de Janeiro but in Madrid. And not in some swanky nightclub but in on the pitch at Real Madrid's hallowed Estadio Bernabeu - against Deportivo Coruna.
Robinho is about to be fined by Real for returning from Brazil late last week, amidst rumours of a wild all-night party in Rio nightclub catwalk.
Coach Bernd Schuster angrily left him and Julio Baptista out of the squad for last Saturday's game away to Espanyol, a 2-1 defeat.
On Wednesday Schuster brought Robinho back against Olympiakos - and was rewarded with the impish winger's best display yet in the famous whit shirt.
Robinho scored twice against the Greeks and set up the other two goals in the 4-2 win.
"Robinho Carries On Partying" is the headline in Thursday's Marca.
Deportivo are worried that Robinho's party will continue on Saturday. The Galicians have made a poor start and are fifth from bottom. A heavy defeat in Madrid could be the beginning of the end for embattled coach Miguel Angel Lotina.
Real, in contrast, are leaders - one point ahead of Valencia and Villarreal - and have won every match in the Bernabeu.
On the other hand, the whites have a lengthy injury list, including Pepe, Fabio Cannavaro, Gabriel Heinze, Mahamadou Diarra and Arjen Robben.
Earlier on Saturday Atletic Bilbao are at home to lowly Betis, and in-form Espanyol are away to Mallorca.
Espanyol have won their last five matches, moving up to fifth in the process.
The big game on Sunday sees Valencia away to Sevilla.
Valencia coach Quique Sanchez Flores is under massive pressure to replace ageing keeper Santiago Canizares with Timo Hildebrand, after a disastrous display from the veteran in Wednesday's shock 2-0 defeat away to Rosenborg.
Barcelona, meanwhile, should have few problems at home to Almeria. The pressure, however, will be on Thierry Henry to score his first "Liga" goals in the Camp Nou. The Frenchman has so far failed to impress the Barca faithful.
Sunday will also see a fascinating clash between Zaragoza and Villarreal. Anything less than victory will have the fans calling for the head of coach Victor Fernandez.
On Tuesday Fernandez had a training-ground row with Argentine midfielder Andres D'Alessandro, who was promptly suspended by the club.
Also on Sunday, Atletico Madrid will be away to bottom team Levante, whilst Racing Santander take on Getafe, Osasuna face Valladolid and Murcia play hosts to Recreativo Huelva.