After drawing his first two matches in charge, will Jorge Sampaoli now claim the first win of his second spell at Sevilla?
Last weekend, los Nervionenses held Athletic Club to a stalemate; Óliver Torres breaking the deadlock early.
This though actually saw Sevilla slip into the bottom three, bellow Espanyol on goal difference.
Then, on Tuesday night, despite taking the lead again, this time through Tanguy Nianzou’s header, they drew 1-1 with Borussia Dortmund at Westfalenstadion.
Los Hispalenses are, pretty much, out of contention to qualify, with their matchday five clash against København set to determine who will drop into the Europa League.
Back in La Liga, Sampaoli’s focus is on getting Sevilla away from the relegation zone, so will they claim three much needed points in Palma?
Mallorca meanwhile kick off six places and three points above their visitors.
Los Bermellones were held to a 1-1 draw by bottom of the table Elche on Monday night.
Vedat Muriqi equalising from the penalty spot, before receiving a red card in the dying embers.
This means Javier Aguirre’s team have nine point on the board after eight games, and Mallorca will be content if that sort of ratio continues.
Who will win at Son Moix?