Getafe will look to build on early season successes as they travel to Galicia to face a struggling Celta Vigo on Saturday.
Celta have struggled so far this season, with just three points gained from their four Primera Liga outings, but striker Iago Aspas is confident Paco Herrara's side can find form on Saturday evening against a Getafe side that beat Real Madrid in Week 2.
“Getafe is a good team, they have a lot of individuals of quality. They do not usually defend and wait for the opponent to attack," Aspas said.
“What we have seen against Real Madrid and Barcelona I do not believe is their normal approach. We are certain that we can beat them.”
Getafe coach Luis Garcia Plaza meanwhile feels his side can build momentum from their early season results, starting this weekend.
“I think we have to be more than a team that fights for survival. Last year Getafe was not a team that struggled against relegation, but a team that fought for something more."
Garcia Plaza continued, "Celta are dynamic team who play well and want to have the ball. They have fast players and have been together for three years. That makes them believe in what they do.
“Particular attention should be paid to Iago Aspas.”
Kick-off: Saturday, September 22, 4:00pm (UK time)