Jose Luis Oltra changed his side for the first time this season last weekend as Javier Camuñas came in for veteran Juan Carlos Valeron, but the 37-year-old is expected to return for the visit of Sevilla as Camuñas is an injury doubt.
Nelson Oliveira may also be handed his first Depor start after coming on to score one and being extremely unfortunate not to register another when his shot appeared to cross the line after hitting the underside of the bar.
Otherwise though Oltra will remain loyal to the side that has yet to taste defeat on their return to the top-flight.
Sevilla produced a fine display to beat Real Madrid 1-0 last weekend and manager Michel must decide whether to stick with the side that defeated the champions or resort to a slightly more attacking formation.
Hedwiges Maduro started alongside Gary Medel in a double pivot last weekend with goalscorer Piotr Trochowski playing further forward, but Michel could restore his usual 4-3-3 with Manu del Moral returning to the starting XI.
As their unbeaten record would suggest, Depor have caused all of their opponents problems so far, particularly through the wing-play of Pizzi and Bruno Gama and should Oliveira start his presence could unsettle the Sevilla defence just as it did the Granada backline last weekend.
Sevilla though are unbeaten themselves and after being pulled apart in the game against Valencia, Evaldo faces a big task to suppress the threat of an in-form Jesus Navas.
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