Can Valencia climb out of the relegation zone?
A fortnight ago, Rubén Baraja claimed his first victory in charge, with his team beat Real Sociedad 1-0, los Che’s first win since early-November.
However, los Murciélagos could not build on that last weekend, beaten by ten-man Barcelona at Camp Nou in, admittedly, a very tough game.
Nevertheless, that defeat means Valencia have lost eight of their last ten, so remain 19th in the table.
Back at home, can they get back to winning ways?
Osasuna meanwhile played out a bore goalless draw with Celta de Vigo on Monday night; the less said about that the better.
That point means Jagoba Arrasate’s side sit eighth, dreaming of an unlikely European qualification.
More excitingly, los Rojillos are on the cusp of a Copa del Rey Final appearance, having beaten Athletic Club 1-0 in the first leg of their semi-final.
The return fixture is at San Mamés on 4 April.
Before then, will Osasuna massively dent Valencia’s survival chances?