Sevilla will look to pick up where they left off in Sunday's unforgettable derby triumph over Real Betis when they host Estoril in the Europa League.
Unai Emery's side rolled to a 4-0 home triumph over Betis to climb to eighth in the Primera Division and have now turned their attention to Thursday's game against the Portuguese outfit.
Three points against Estoril would secure Sevilla's place in the knockout stages of the European competition with a game to spare.
``We really enjoyed this win,'' Sevilla defender Daniel Carrico said. ``When you win a derby, you always get a big boost in confidence.
``But we cannot get carried away. Now we must look ahead and focus on our next game against Estoril.
``We want to do well in Europe and we want three points tomorrow to ensure qualification to the next round.''
Sevilla are unbeaten and lead Group H with eight points, two clear of second-placed Slovan Liberec.
Estoril sit at the bottom of the group with two points, one adrift of Freiburg.
The visitors lost 2-1 against Sevilla in matchday one and travel to the Ramon Sanchez Pizjuan stadium looking for their first win in the group stages.
With respect to their opening two games, Estoril showed an improvement with back-to-back draws against Freiburg.
``We are very satisfied with what we achieved so far in Europe,'' Estoril coach Marco Silva said. ``We are where we expected to be both the Europa League and the domestic competition.''
Silva's side warmed up for Thursday's game with a 2-0 triumph at Rio Ave at the weekend to climb to fourth place in the Portuguese first division.
The visitors will be without injured trio Anderson Luis, Joao Coimbra and Leandro Borges.