Surprise package Real Mallorca aim to maintain their lofty position but gritty Getafe and 'keeper Miguel Angel Moya fancy an upset.
Moya has strong connections to Mallorca and admits it's a fixture he looks for on the calendar.
“It is always special to face them, because they are my former team and it is also where I grew up playing grassroots football.”
Though they'll likely have dropped a few places by the time this game kicks off on Monday, Joaquin Caparros' Mallorca start the weekend in third place. But having watched Real Madrid lose there a few weeks ago, fullback Antonio Lopez knows it won't be easy at the Coliseum Alfonso Perez.
“It's a rare stadium, not very crowded, but Getafe are very strong there so you have to come out focused.
“We must be careful not fall into a euphoric exuberance. The entire staff has worked hard since pre-season and now, with these results, we can look at more goals, but we must always keep our feet on the ground.”