Will Real Valladolid avoid an historic Copa del Rey upset?
In round one, Blanquivioletas saw off sixth-tier Barbadás, with Sergio León amongst the scorers in a 2-0 win.
Meanwhile, Pacheta’s team are flying-high in La Liga right now, sat 12th, so will be confident of coming through this tie unscathed.
Hosts Arenas Club de Getxo meanwhile find themselves in Spain’s fourth-tier, Segunda Federación.
This is despite the fact that el Histórico have actually featured in four Copa del Rey Finals, lifting the trophy in 1919, whilst suffering defeat in 1917, 1925 and 1927.
More recently, last month in fact, they reached round two for the first time in six years, ousting second-tier Lugo, courtesy of Iñigo Gomeza’s late winner.
So, can one of Spain’s fallen giants cause a huge upset at Campo Municipal de Gobela, or will Valladolid be too strong?