Getafe boss Luis Garcia believes his side go into Sunday's match against Real Madrid with no pressure.
The Azulones currently sit in 11th place in the table, having won seven of their first 20 League matches.
But the 40-year-old thinks his team can go to Santiago Bernabeu and play with freedom.
“If we lose and don't do anything well, nobody will say anything,” he told a Press conference.
“But we do something and get a result – it'll be showcase all over Europe. We know that we'll have to be at 100 per cent and play intelligently.
“But we're going there to try and get some points. We have shown already this season that we can do well against top teams.”
He also commented on the three month spell on the sidelines for Iker Casillas, after he underwent surgery for a broken thumb.
“For me Casillas is the best goalkeeper in the world. Antonio Adan is a good replacement, but he has to prove it.”