Can Espanyol pull clear of the relegation zone?
Right now, Blanquiazules are too close for comfort towards the bottom, sat 15th, just one point clear of danger.
Last weekend, despite taking an early lead through Joselu, they were easily beaten 3-1 by Real Madrid at Estadio Santiago Bernabéu.
That’s now back-to-back defeats for Diego Martínez’s side, who’ve won just four of their 16 matches since 16 October.
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Celta de Vigo meanwhile smashed Rayo Vallecano 3-0 at Balaídos last time out, with, of course, Iago Aspas bagging a brace.
This means Carlos Carvalhal’s side are now unbeaten in four matches, accumulating 14 points from the last 21 available.
So O Celtiña, who were in a perilous position themselves up until recently, are 11th.
Given all of that, Celta will fancy their chances of a win at RCDE Stadium.