Will Girona arrest their slide down the table?
Last weekend, Blanquivermells were beaten 2-1 by Atlético Madrid; Rodrigo Riquelme unable to spark a comeback against his parent club.
So, Míchel’s men have now lost three on the bounce, conceding nine goals in these matches.
Both of Girona’s victories since returning to the top-flight have come at home, defeating Getafe in August and Valladolid in September.
Can they add Cádiz in October to that list?
As for el Submarino Amarillo, they travel to Catalonia in 19th place, but unbeaten in three.
Sergio’s side began with five successive defeats, scoring no goals whatsoever, before dramatically beating Valladolid in the last minute last month.
Since, Cádiz have added two more points to their tally, holding Villarreal and Espanyol to draws.
Last Sunday, Víctor Chust and Lucas Pérez were on target at Estadio Ramón de Carranza.
This one could go either-way, so Girona will be hoping to make home advantage count at Montilivi.