Granada will be looking for their first win of the season when Celta Vigo make the trip to Andalucia.
The two teams met two years ago, when striker Iago Aspas caught the Granada 'keeper Roberto Fernandez in the face with a stray boot, gaining the wrath of the home support. However Aspas says his reception will not be important for the game.
“For us it is just another match because it is our next one. We all have memories of the other game but we are looking for three points, although there were things that happened that day I did not like," said the 25-year-old.
“Even so, we will not be seeking revenge despite us being the ones that lost.
“I don’t know what kind of reception I’ll get but it doesn’t worry me too much as the important thing is to focus on what happens on the pitch,” he told a Press conference.
Granada Coach Juan Antonio Anquela admitted that his side need to make home advantage pay.
“We do need the points, we have been saying for some time that we need to add points on the board and we are now required to do so in this game,” he admitted.
“But I won’t put pressure on the players, I am concerned that they will become anxious and that they will be overwhelmed.
“In Barcelona [last weekend] we had the pressure of the opponent beat us, but at home we must be ourselves, this is going to be a different game.”
Kick-off: Sunday, September 30, 10:00am (UK time)