Celta haven't won in five league games and have yet to take a point on the road this season after six straight defeats.
Iago Aspas has though been one of the few brights sparks for the Galicians and he will certainly start after explaining his anger towards manager Paco Herrera after being substituted in the 1-1 draw with Mallorca last weekend.
Aspas played in the cross for Park Chu-Young to score his second goal for Celta in that game and Herrera must decide whether to stick with the South Korean or whether there will be a return to the starting line-up for Mario Bermejo.
Celta have often not got the results their performances have deserved so far this season, but they do appear to be a soft touch at times away from home and Zaragoza now have threatening offensive players in the likes of Postiga, Victor and Paco Montanes to expose that.
Jimenez's men have won four out of the last six games, losing only to Barcelona and Real Madrid, and will be confident of getting their fourth successive win in all competitions at La Romareda.
WhoScored.com provides you with unparalleled football statistics, as well as detailed football previews and football rankings from competitions all over the world. Our live, in-depth football statistics from the Premier League, La Liga, Serie A, Bundesliga, Ligue 1, Eredivisie, Russian Premier League, Brasileirão, MLS, Super Lig and Championship supplies unique and original insights for football fans, sports betting punters, journalists, football managers and players. We also have football tables, live scores, top performing players as calculated with our unique WhoScored.com ratings, articles, graphics, rankings and much more.