Can Quique Setién claim his first victory in charge of Villarreal?
Last Sunday, el Submarino Amarillo were beaten by Athletic Club at San Mamés, in a classic Setién performance.
They completed 523 passes, had the lion share of possession, but mustered just six shots, three on target, and lost 1-0.
Either side of that, Villarreal have played two dead-rubber Europa Conference League fixtures, drawing with Hapoel Be’er Sheva and then losing to Lech Poznań.
Having already won the group, a very young, inexperienced team was put out in Poland on Thursday.
Back in La Liga, all the big guns will return, so will this help Villarreal get back to winning ways?
Having won just two miles up the road against Valencia a fortnight ago, RCD Mallorca will fancy their chances of another victory.
In that one, los Bermellones came from behind to leave Mestalla victorious, with Vedat Muriqi and Lee Kang-in on target.
Then, last weekend, Muriqi was on target again as Javier Aguirre’s team drew 1-1 with Espanyol at Son Moix.
All of this leaves Mallorca 12th, just three points clear of danger.
Will Villarreal claim three points at their temporary home of Estadi Ciutat de València.