The home side have picked up back-to-back victories over Granada and Athletic Bilbao to move out of the relegation zone, while Cadiz, who are currently fifth in Spain's top flight, continued their excellent start to the season with a 2-1 win over Barcelona last weekend.
Celta's form this season has largely been disappointing, but a change in manager seems to have brought a change in fortunes, with Eduardo Coudet overseeing two wins from his three games in charge.
The Sky Blues were in the relegation zone when they lost at Sevilla on November 21, but a 3-1 victory over Granada arrived one week later, before an impressive 2-0 success at Athletic Bilbao last weekend.
Celta are currently 17th in the table, having picked up 13 points from their 12 matches, although they could be back in the bottom three by the time that kickoff arrives on Monday night.
The Celts have finished 17th in each of the last two La Liga seasons, and it would not be a surprise to see them in and around the bottom three for the majority of the campaign.
A third straight victory on Monday night would hand them huge confidence, though, ahead of a Copa del Rey clash against Llanera on December 17.
Cadiz, meanwhile, have made an excellent start to the season, picking up 18 points from their 12 league matches to occupy fifth position in the table, just two points behind fourth-placed Real Madrid.
The Yellow Submarine will enter Monday's clash off the back of a 2-1 win over Barca last weekend, which was earned courtesy of a second-half strike from Alvaro Negredo.
Last season's Segunda Division runners-up also won at Real Madrid earlier this season, and the early indications are that they will have no relegation troubles during the 2020-21 campaign.
Alvaro Cervera's side actually have a third-best away record in the league this term, winning four of their six matches and suffering just one defeat, but they have found it difficult on their own patch, managing just one victory and collecting only six points, which is the third-worst record in the division.
Celta Vigo La Liga form: DLDLWW
Cadiz La Liga form: DWLLDW
Anthony Lozano is also an option in the final third of the field, but Alvaro is unlikely to alter his formation for Monday's clash, meaning that there might only be room for one centre-forward.
Celta Vigo possible starting lineup:
Blanco; Mallo, Araujo, Aidoo, Olaza; Mendez, Suarez, Tapia, Nolito; Mina, Aspas
Cadiz possible starting lineup:
Ledesma; Iza, Fali, Alcala, Espino; Fernandez, Jonsson; Perea, Alex, Izquierdo; Negredo
We say: Celta Vigo 1-1 Cadiz
Celta have shown a lot of improvement in their last two matches, but Cadiz's away record this season is excellent, and the visitors will be full of confidence heading into this game; we are finding it difficult to separate the two sides on this occasion and are therefore backing a low-scoring draw.