Girona will be looking to bounce back from the defeat to Barcelona when they travel to Balaidos to face Celta Vigo on Friday evening.
The Catalan side have had a mixed start to their first even season in La Liga, having lost three times out of their last four games, which include a defeat to Barca last weekend.
Celta Vigo on the other hand, have been poor by their standards, looking slightly better last week when they thumped Eibar to push themselves up the table.
Juan Carlos Unzue has been the man trusted in the Celta role and he will be hoping to make it back-to-back wins, looking to the excellent form of Pione Sisto and some improvement from the likes of John Guidetti and Iago Aspas.
The home side come into the game with no real injury concerns and they have Nemanja Rodaja available after a long term injury.
Girona, meanwhile, have a number of injury problems with David Timor, Marc Muniesa and Jose Aurelia Suarez out, whilst Pedro Alcala, Eloi Amagat and Farid Boulaya are all doubtful.
A win for Celta could see them move up to seventh in the table until the remaining weekend fixtures, whilst Girona are one place above the relegation places.