Real Betis begin the defence of their Copa del Rey title in the Balearic Islands.
257 days ago, Béticos beat Valencia on penalties in the final, thereby claiming their first major silverware for 17 years.
Now, entering in round three, Manuel Pellegrini’s team are targeting a return to Estadio de La Cartuja on 6 May.
Last time out, los Verdiblancos were held to a goalless draw by Athletic Club, so remain sixth in La Liga, just two points outside the Champions League spot.
Here, will Betis avoid an early Copa exit?
In stark contrast, Ibiza Islas Pitiusas were only founded 11 years ago, and had never won a Copa del Rey tie prior to this season.
The Segunda Federación (fourth-tier) club changed that by ousting Rayo Majadahonda in November, before a 1-0 victory over Eibar last month.
This’ll be by far the biggest match of Ibiza IP’s incredibly short history, so will Estadi Municipal de Can Misses witness an upset for the ages?