Safe to say Elche’s season has been a complete disaster to date, so are they perfectly placed for a Copa del Rey shock?
Los Franjiverdes are currently rock bottom of La Liga, with just four points after 14 matches, and are yet to win.
This form has seen both Francisco and Jorge Almirón relived of their duties, with Pablo Machín appointed as the new manager during the break.
Los Ilicitanos’ only victory this season came in the previous round of the Copa del Rey; Ezequiel Ponce and Roger scoring in a 3-0 victory at sixth-tier L’Alcora.
Here though, given their visitor’s trials and tribulations, CD Guadalajara will fancy their chances of a huge upset.
Guadalajara play their football in Tercera Federación, part of the fourth-tier, and are not to be confused with the 12-times champions of Mexico who go by the same name.
Dépor Guada beat second-tier Ponferradina in the previous round, so are now seeking to get into round three for the very first time.
Will Estadio Pedro Escartín witness an historic upset?