It's deja vu for Deportivo La Coruna and Real Mallorca, as they meet at Riazor for the second time in four days.
The two played out a 1-1 draw at the venue in the first leg of their Copa del Rey last 32 tie on Thursday, Pedro Geromel equalising after Manuel Pablo gave the Galician hosts the lead.
“We lacked fluidity and rhythm, this was a strange game, weird,” concluded Depor boss Jose Luis Oltra. “Both Coaches made decisions thinking about the weekend.”
“It’s an important game as both teams are among 14 or 15 sides that could finish between eighth and 20th,” said counterpart Joaquin Caparros, looking forward to part two on Sunday.
Depor are just inside the relegation zone with seven points. Mallorca are 11th with 11 points.
Kick off: Sunday November 4, 3.00 (BST)