After a narrow victory in round one, will Girona avoid a monumental upset in round two?
Last month, Blanquivermells needed a goal form Cristhian Stuani in extra time to, just about, oust fifth-tier Quintanar del Rey 2-1.
Meanwhile, Míchel’s men are back in La Liga this season, and are currently 13th, which represents an impressive start.
Here though, could Girona be vulnerable to a big upset?
Cacereño will certainly hope so; they play their football in Segunda Federación, Spain’s fourth-tier.
In round one, they hammered third division Córdoba 3-0, with Iván Fernández, Rubén Solano and Miguel García all on target.
Back in 2012/13, Cacereño actually reached the fourth round of the Copa, before falling to Málaga on away goals, a side that reached the Champions League quarter-finals back then.
So, could an upset be on the cards at Estadio Príncipe Felipe?