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Andrew Tibot 2nd Dec 2015 - 16:59

La Liga Opta Facts - 4-7 Dec

Real Madrid-Getafe

Real Madrid have lost just one of their last thirteen league games against Getafe (W12).

The Whites have won seven games in a row at Santiago Bernabeu against Getafe, the best run against their opponents in La Liga.

This fixture last season at Santiago Bernabeu had more goals than any other game between these two sides in the top-flight (7-3).

Getafe have gone ten La Liga games away from home without a win (D1 L9), their worst such run since December 2011.

Two out of the three league goals scored by Gareth Bale this season have been headers.

Getafe have scored the highest rate of goals in the last 15 minutes of games in La Liga this season (43%).

Only against Sevilla (19) has Cristiano Ronaldo scored more La Liga goals than against Getafe (18).

Ronaldo has a 12.2% shot conversion rate this season, his lowest figure for Real Madrid in a La Liga season.

Alvaro Vazquez (3 goals and 3 assists) has been involved in six of the last 11 Getafe goals in La Liga. None of those six goals came away from home.

No side has conceded as many penalty goals as Getafe in La Liga this season (5).

 

Granada-Atlético de Madrid

Granada have gone 13 La Liga games without a win against Atletico de Madrid (D4 L9). Their last victory over the Rojiblancos came in 1973 (1-0).

In 9 out of those 13 games, Atletico kept their clean sheet against the Andalusian side.

In two out of the last four trips by Atletico to Granada in Primera División, the game ended with a goalless draw.

Jose Ramon Sandoval's side have lost just one of their last seven league games (W1 D5).

Atletico de Madrid have lost just one of their last 14 away games in the top-flight (W7 D6), keeping nine clean sheets in that run.

The Colchonero side are in the longest current unbeaten run in La Liga (7 games: W5 D2).

Atletico de Madrid have kept the most clean sheets in La Liga so far (8).

Granada have seen the most cards in La Liga so far (Y46 R3).

Atletico are, alongside Deportivo de La Coruña, one of the only two sides yet to have seen a red card so far.

All three of El Arabi's goals in La Liga this season have come away from home. He has only netted one of his 11 league goals in the last two seasons at Los Carmenes.

 

Valencia-Barcelona

Valencia have won just one of their last 16 league games against Barcelona (D4 L11).

At Mestalla, Valencia have gone eight league games without a win against Barcelona (D4 L4) and they kept just one clean sheet in that run.

Barcelona have won six league games in a row. Should they defeat Valencia this will be their best winning streak since October 2013 (13).

Nuno had won 38.4% of his league games this season, compared to 57.8% last term.

Neymar scores an average of one goal per 76 minutes, the best rate among players with more than 100 minutes played in La Lga this season.

The Brazilian player has scored in his last four league appearances. Should he score against Valencia this will be his longest such run in the competition (5).

Valencia is, behind Malaga (4), the side to have faced Neymar the most times without conceding a goal scored by him in La Liga (3).

Messi, Suarez and Neymar have scored 30 out of the 33 Barcelona goals in La Liga so far this season.

Paco Alcacer (five goals and two assists) and Dani Parejo (three goals and two assists) have been involved in 10 out of the last 11 Valencia league goals.

Valencia did not fire a single shot on target in their last game against Sevilla. The last time they didn't do it previously was in February 2014, also against Sevilla.

 

Deportivo de la Coruña-Sevilla

Deportivo have not won any of their last seven games against Sevilla in La Liga, losing the last four successively (D3 L4).

Sevilla have scored 16 goals against Depor in their last five league meetings, an average of 3.2 per game.

Sevilla won 4-3 in their last league trip to Riazor; this is the last time they have scored four games away from home in the competition.

The Andalusian side have gone six away league games without a win (D3 L3), their worst such run since October 2013 (22).

Escurero's goal against Valencia has been the only one netted by a Sevilla defender this season in La Liga.

Depor has conceded the highest rate of goals in the first half of their home games this season in La Liga (83%).

Lucas Perez has scored seven out of the last eleven goals by the Galician side in the top-flight.

Deportivo duo Fernando Navarro and Laure are two of the three players with the most minutes played in La Liga without a single shot (1108 and 794, respectively).

No team have conceded more goals from corners than Sevilla in La Liga this season (4).

Ever Banega has provided two assists in seven league games this season, compared to 3 in 34 appearances last term.

 

Betis-Celta de Vigo

None of the last fourteen La Liga meetings between these two sides have finished with a draw: seven wins for Betis and seven for Celta.

At Benito Villamarin, Betis have won 5 out of their 7 league games against Celta (L2), although they lost the last one (1-2 in August 2013).

Betis have lost their last four home La Liga games and they have never gone five in a row in the top-flight.

Ruben Castro (8 goals and 2 assists) have been involved in 83% of Betis goals so far in La Liga, the highest rate for a player this season.

Nolito (8 goals and 4 assists) have been involved in 46% of Celta goals in La Liga this season.

Celta are the side with the most points claimed after scoring in the last 15 minutes of games (9).

John Guidetti has played the most games starting from the bench in La Liga this season (11).

Celta had not scored as many goals after the opening 13 La Liga games (24) since 1957-58 (29).

Betis have conceded four goals from outside the box so far, the highest figure in La Liga this season. The Galician side is, behind Atletico de Madrid (5), the side with the most goals scored that way.

 

Real Sociedad-Eibar

The only two La Liga games between these two sides ended with a home win (1-0).

Real Sociedad have drawn four out of their last six Basque derbies in La Liga (W1 L1).

Eibar secured points in two of their last three derbies at Anoeta, both times in Segunda Division (0-0 and 1-1, both in 2008).

The Txuri-urdin side could win back to back games at home for the first time in La Liga this season.

Eibar have not scored a single goal in their two away derbies in the top-flight.

Only Ruben Castro (67%) has scored a higher rate of goals for his team than Imanol Agirretxe (64%) in La Liga this season.

Eibar have dropped the most points after scoring the first goal of the game in La Liga this season (11).

Real Sociedad are one of the only two sides yet to have scored from outside the box in La Liga this season, alongside Las Palmas.

Eibar have scored 75% of their goals in the first half of games, the highest rate in La Liga.

 

Villarreal-Rayo Vallecano

Villarreal have won their last four home games against Rayo Vallecano in La Liga and they scored four goals in each of the last two.

Rayo won 5-1 in their first trip to El Madrigal in the top-flight, their best win away from home in the competition so far.

Villarreal are the side with the fewest points claimed in the last seven La Liga games, alongside Las Palmas (five points each team).

Rayo have not won any of their last four away league games (D1 L3). Their last win away from home came against Las Palmas back in September (0-1).

Marcelino Garcia Toral's side scores 75% of their goals in the second half of their games, the highest rate in La Liga this season.

Rayo are the side to have conceded the most goals from inside the box in La Liga this season alongside Espanyol (22).

Javi Guerra has already scored eight goals in La Liga this season, one more than Leo Baptistao last season for Rayo.

Villarreal have conceded the most off-sides in La Liga this season (43).

Rayo have scored 93% of their goals from right footed shots, the highest rate of a La Liga side this season.

 

Sporting de Gijón-Las Palmas

Sporting have won five of their last seven games against Las Palmas in the top-flight (L2), three of them at home.

The side from the Canary Islands have won just two of their 18 away games against Sporting in La Liga (D3 L13), with the last one coming in 1987 (1-2).

Sporting have won 72% of their home games against Las Palmas in La Liga, the highest rate against a single opponent in the competition (15+ games).

Las Palmas have not lost any of their last five trips to El Molinon (W3 D2), all of them in Segunda Division (including 0-1 in the promotion play-offs in 2014).

Sporting have lost three games in a row in La Liga and they have not lost four or more since September 2011.

The Yellow side are one of the only four sides yet to have won away from home in La Liga this season alongside Getafe, Malaga and Sevilla.

Alen Halilovic have been involved in more goals than any other Sporting player in La Liga this season (two goals, three assists).

Jonathan Viera has scored three out of the last five Las Palmas goals in La Liga, all of them assisted by different players (Nabil El Zhar, Vicente Gomez and Tana).

Abelardo Fernandez's side have made the most clearances in La Liga this season (368).

 

Athletic-Málaga CF

Athletic have won just three of their last twelve league games against Malaga (D6 L3), with the last one coming in April 2014 (3-0 in the first trip to the New San Mames by Malaga).

This is the fixture with the most draws in the last seven La Liga seasons (12, since 2009/10).

Malaga have won just two of their 14 away games against Athletic in La Liga (D6 L6), with the last one coming in 2005 (2-1).

The Lions have won three games in a row at San Mames in La Liga and they have not won four or more since January 2014 (5).

Malaga have scored fewer goals than any other side in the Top 5 European Leagues this season (7).

Raul Garcia is Athletic's top assistant in La Liga this season (4), three of them to assist Aduriz's goals.

Malaga have gone six away games in a row without scoring in La Liga, their worst ever such run in the top-flight.

No side in the Top 5 European Leagues have scored more headed goals than Athletic this season (7, algonside Southampton and Monaco).

Aritz Aduriz has scored 20 goals in 23 appearances for Athletic this season in all competitions.

 

Espanyol-Levante

Espanyol have won six and drawn three of their ten home games against Levante in the top-flight (L1).

The only away win for Levante against Espanyol in La Liga came in 2012 (2-1).

Sergio Gonzalez's side have won just one of their last five league games (D1 L3), in their last home game (2-0 against Malaga).

Levante have not won two away La Liga games in a row since October 2013, under Joaquin Caparros.

Felipe Caicedo has scored in their two league appearances against his former side (two goals).

Levante and Espanyol are the two sides with the most goals conceded in La Liga this season (24 goals apiece).

Levante are the side with the fewest goals scored in the first half of games in La Liga this season alongside Malaga (3 apiece).

Marco Asensio has assisted five of the last seven Espanyol goals in La Liga.

Levante have conceded five goals from errors leading to goals this season.

 

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