Sevilla head coach Unai Emery admits his side needs to start winning games more regularly if they are to challenge for a place in next season's Champions League.
The top four teams in La Liga all qualify for the continental competition and the Rojiblancos are currently fifth, nine points behind Villarreal in fourth place.
"If, by the end of the season, we've won a lot of games, we'll have possibilities," he said. "If we lose a lot of games, we'll have none. That's the reality. I once finished third with 63 points and fifth with 76.
"[Villarreal] are having a very good season and we have a long way to go in order to overcome them, but if we don't win many more games, we're not going to finish near them."
With that in mind, Emery admitted their trip to Coliseum Alfonso Perez is akin to a mini cup final because another loss will, more than likely, put an end to their top-four hopes.
"For now, I'm just thinking about winning. Getafe really is a small final, which challenges us, motivates us and excites us.
"It's game in which we can show our growth and sustain our credibility. We want to keep our dreams alive in every game and Saturday is a chance [to do that]. We want to win, and we're excited about showing the many qualities we have," he concluded.