Can Sevilla start to find some form?
On Tuesday night, los Nervionenses wrapped up third place in their Champions League group, hammering København 3-0.
Youssef En-Nesyri’s header, Isco’s stunning curler and then a late clincher from Gonzalo Montiel sealing the points.
The record six-times winners will be back in the Europa League in February; you wouldn’t put winning it past them would you?
In La Liga, Jorge Sampaoli has only won once so far, following last weekend’s 3-1 defeat at the hands of Real Madrid.
When Sampaoli returned, his team were in the relegation zone, now sat 15th.
So, can Rayo Vallecano spring a surprise?
Los Franjirrojos hammered Cádiz 5-1 last weekend, with Isi Palazón, Álvaro García, Florian Lejeune and Sergio Camello all scoring.
Andoni Iraola’s team are now unbeaten in three, with their only defeat since mid-September coming at Almería.
Will Sevilla have enough quality to win this one at Estadio Ramón Sánchez Pizjuán?