Seville aim to shoot down upstarts Levante, who are surprisingly two points above them in the La Liga standings.
It wasn't so long ago that Sevilla were lapping up the plaudits and Levante appeared to be struggling to balance their League and European campaigns, but winning their last three games has catapulted the Granotes up to 6th, whereas Los Nervionenses have lost three of their last four.
Levante got a taste of their own medicine in midweek though, a giant killing at Melilla's hands in the Copa del Rey.
“We were not our normal selves, and that says a lot about Melilla who played well,” remarked boss Juan Ignacio Martinez.
“We were not all bad, but we didn't play as we should,” said Michel after Sevilla's 3-1 victory over Espanyol in the same competition.
Kick off: Sunday November 4, 8.30 (BST)