Both Bale and James Rodríguez failed to make the squad for Sunday's match at relegation-threatened Leganés.
All organised football in Spain was suspended in March, along with most leagues and sporting competitions around the world.
A Spanish court cleared in total 41 people of sporting corruption relating to the 2010-11 season match between Levante and Zaragoza after the latter won to stay in the top flight
Real Madrid stay in touch with leaders Barcelona, who also have 28 points after 13 games but top the standings due to their superior goal difference.
La Liga: Former Egypt, Mexico coach Javier Aguirre replaces Mauricio Pellegrino at struggling Leganes
Aguirre played 59 times for Mexico and featured at the 1986 World Cup. He later coached Mexico in two separate spells at the 2002 and 2010 World Cups.
Ander Herrera appears in court as match-fixing trial over 2011 tie between Real Zaragoza and Levante begins
Spain's first major match-fixing trial began on Tuesday with former Manchester United midfielder Ander Herrera among 42 defendants charged over a 'suspect' 2011 match between his former club Real Zaragoza and Levante.
Africa Cup of Nations 2019: Mohamed Salah says team must learn from failure in wake of Egypt's shock tournament exit
Mohamed Salah took to Twitter to thank the Egyptian fans for continually supporting the team in the wake of their embarrassing exit from Africa Cup
Africa Cup of Nations 2019: Egypt Football Association chief Hani Abou Rida resigns following team's shock defeat to South Africa
Favourites Egypt crashed out of the Africa Cup after a shock defeat to South Africa 1-0, prompting members of the coaching and support staff to resign
Africa Cup of Nations 2019: Egypt coach Javier Aguirre admits hosts have room to improve after underwhelming performance in opener
Aguirre said the tournament's new June/July time slot would give some of those lesser known players the chance to showcase their talent, including Friday's match-winner Trezeguet who spent the past season with Kasimpasa in Turkey
Mohamed Salah scores twice, creates two assists and misses two penalties as Egypt thrash Niger in AFCON qualifier
Liverpool ace Mohamed Salah scored twice and missed two penalties as Egypt made a dream debut under Mexican coach Javier Aguirre by crushing Niger 6-0 Saturday in Africa Cup of Nations qualifying.
Coach Javier Aguirre and his Japan squad are dealing with some behind-the-scenes distractions that could complicate their bid for a record fifth Asian Cup title.
Mexican Aguirre was coach of Zaragoza at the time, while Spaniards Herrera and Gabi were playing for the club.