Will Sevilla remain on track for a first Copa del Rey success since 2010?
So far in this season’s competition, los Nervionenses have easily seen off both Velarde and then Juventud de Torremolinos, advancing 2-0 and 3-0 respectively.
However, in La Liga, Jorge Sampaoli’s side continue to struggle, only managing a 1-1 draw at Celta de Vigo on Friday.
Kike Salas equalising at Balaídos, before fellow centre-back José Ángel Carmona was sent off late on.
Sevilla are now winless in six league matches, meaning they remain in the relegation zone.
So, Linares will believe a huge upset is possible.
The hosts ply their trade in Primera Federación, the third-tier, the highest they’ve ever been since being founded just 13 years ago.
In this competition, Azulillos have so far overcome Unión Adarve and Racing de Santander to reach the third round for a second successive season.
Here, will Linares enjoy an historic victory, or will Sevilla’s quality ensure they avoid a huge upset at Estadio de Linarejos?