Paco Lopez's side booked their spot in the semi-finals of the Copa del Rey with a 1-0 win over Villarreal on Wednesday night, but Granada suffered a 5-3 loss to Barcelona to exit the competition in the final eight.
Levante managed to book their spot in the semi-finals of the Copa del Rey for just the second time in their history courtesy of a 1-0 victory over fellow La Liga side Villarreal on Wednesday night.
Lopez's side also won 2-1 at Real Madrid in the league last weekend, and they will bring an eight-game unbeaten run in all competitions into this match, four of which have been in Spain's top flight.
Levante have not finished higher than 10th in La Liga since the 2011-12 campaign but are currently ninth in the table, having picked up 26 points from their 20 matches this term, and the Frogs would join Granada on 29 points if they managed to triumph on Saturday afternoon.
The Valencia-based outfit have been impressive on home soil this season, losing just one of their nine league matches and picking up four victories in the process; they are also unbeaten in their last three matches with Granada, although the two teams have shared the points in their last two clashes.
Granada appeared to be heading for the semi-finals of the Copa del Rey on Wednesday night when they led Barca 2-0 heading into the final stages of the contest, but Ronald Koeman's side forced extra time with two late goals before going on to record a 5-3 victory at Estadio Nuevo Los Carmenes.
The defeat would have been difficult to take, but it is vital that Diego Martinez's side move on as soon as possible as a disappointing run has seen them win just one of their last six league matches.
El Grana finished seventh in La Liga last season and will be expecting to challenge for a similar spot this term, but they have dropped down to eighth during a poor run of form and are only five points ahead of 13th-placed Cadiz heading into this weekend's contest.
Granada, who drew 0-0 with Celta in their last league match, managed to qualify for the knockout rounds of the Europa League, meanwhile, and will face Italian giants Napoli in a two-legged affair later this month.
Levante La Liga form: WLWDDW
Levante form (all competitions): WDDWWW
Granada La Liga form: LLWDLD
Granada form (all competitions): WDLWDL
Levante possible starting lineup:
Fernandez; Miramon, Postigo, Duarte, Clerc; Melero, Radoja, Malsa, Morales; Leon, Marti
Granada possible starting lineup:
Silva; Foulquier, Duarte, Vallejo, Neva; Montoro, Eteki; Kenedy, Vico, Machis; L Suarez
We say: Levante 1-1 Granada
Levante's recent form must be respected, and the home side will certainly be full of confidence, having recorded three straight wins in all competitions. Granada are a team packed full of quality, though, and we expect the visitors to pick up a point for their troubles.