These two kick off just one point apart in the table, so both are looking to go into the World Cup break just that little bit further away from danger.
Segunda División champions Almería are back in the top-flight for the first time since 2014/15, but look more than capable of survival.
Rojiblancos have actually won their last three home matches, beating Rayo Vallecano, Girona and Celta de Vigo.
On the road, Rubi’s team are still yet to taste victory, following Saturday night’s 2-0 reverse at Camp Nou.
Here though, in front of their own supporters, will Almería’s formidable home record continue?
Getafe come into this mid-week round one point and two places above their hosts.
Quique Sánchez Flores’ side are currently unbeaten in five matches, the only problem being four of these have been draws.
This includes Saturday’s goalless stalemate agains Cádiz, in which three red cards were shown after the 97th minute.
Gastón Álvarez and Portu dismissed for the home side.
Overall, Azulones have only lost two of their last nine, so will they leave Estadio de los Juegos Mediterráneos with a positive result?