Whose desire will be stronger – Granada's for a third consecutive win, or Real Zaragoza's to avert a third consecutive defeat?
Juan Antonio Anquela's side have enjoyed a dramatic reversal of fortunes, going from five games without a win to victories over both Celta Vigo and Real Mallorca. They must face Zaragoza without Antonio Floro Flores though, the Italian targetman having sustained a new hamstring injury.
Zaragoza will be motivated by a sense of injustice at the sending off of two of their players in the 1-0 loss to Getafe a fortnight ago, but must keep their temper in check, and not follow the example of Apono.
The midfielder was forced to apologise after aiming an ill tempered rant at a group of children during a training session on Wednesday.
“It's not right what happened and it's something I'll never repeat.”
Kick off: Sunday October 21, 4.50 (BST)