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Simon Gott 6th Nov 2015 - 13:36

Opta Facts La Liga 2015/16 - Matchday 11


Las Palmas-Real Sociedad

  • Las Palmas have not lost any of their last four top-flight games against Real Sociedad.
  • The team from the Canaries have failed to score in six of their last seven home games in La Liga.
  • Real Sociedad have only secured two wins in La Liga this season, but both have come away from home.
  • Las Palmas have attempted the fewest shots on target in the league this season (33).
  • The Basque side have lost two games after scoring the first goal - no side have lost more often in this manner.
  • Las Palmas have scored just 4.4% of their shots this season in La Liga; a lower shot conversión rate than any other side.
  • Las Palmas and Real Sociedad are the only two sides yet to score from outside the box this season in La Liga.
  • Las Palmas have fired in the fewest crosses (inc. Corners) this season in La Lia (113).
  • Agirretxe is just one goal away from securing his best goal tally away from home in a single La Liga season (six in 2012-13).


Celta de Vigo-Valencia

  • Celta have won just one of their last seven La Liga games against Valencia (D2 L4).
  • Valencia have scored at least once in each of their last nine visits to Balaídos in La Liga.
  • Only once before have Celta had 21 points from their opening 10 games to a La Liga season (1997-98).
  • Valencia have never conceded so few goals after 10 La Liga games (7) since 2003-04 - they went on to win the title that year.
  • The Galician side have won four games by a one goal difference, a record only Barcelona can equal this season.
  • Celta Vigo have scored a league-high seven goals in the final 15 minutes of matches this season.
  • Valencia have conceded the most goals in the closing 15 minutes of the first half this season (4).
  • No side have kept more clean sheets than Valencia this season in La Liga (6 - level with Real Madrid).
  • Iago Aspas has scored a brace in two of his last six La Liga appearances, as many as he had in his previous 54 apps in the competition.
  • Paco Alcácer has been involved in three of Valencia's last four goals in La Liga (two goals, one assist).



  • Levante have failed to score in their last three La Liga games against Deportivo - they have never gone four in a row without scoring against them in the competition.
  • Levante have not won any of their last four La Liga home games against Deportivo (D1 L3).
  • The Valencian team have six points from their 10 La Liga games so far this season - only in one previous season have they had fewer at this stage (one point in 2007-08).
  • Victor Sánchez's team have lost only one away game this season in La Liga (W2 D2).
  • Three of the six points that Levante have won have come from Deyverson's goals.
  • Lucas Pérez has scored six goals so far this season - the best tally from a Deportivo player after 10 games of a La Liga season since Walter Pandiani in 2003-04 (6).
  • Deportivo have played out five draws in a La Liga this season; more than any other side.
  • Only Las Palmas (33) have attempted fewer shots on target than Levante (34) this season in La Liga.
  • Of all goalkeepers to have played at least 10 La Liga games this season, Germán Lux has made the fewest saves (19).



  • Eibar have never lost to Getafe in the top-tier (W1 D1) but they did defeat them in Copa del Rey last season.
  • Eibar have lost only one of their last five La Liga games (W1 D3 L1).
  • José Luis Mendilibar has won just three of his 11 La Liga games as a manager against Getafe (D5 L3).
  • Getafe have gone nine La Liga away games without a win (D1 L8) and they have only scored in two of these matches.
  • Only two sides in the top five European Leagues have a lower average possession figure than Eibar (39.6%) ahead of this matchday - Darmstadt (30.2%) and Carpi (36.9%).
  • Eibar have lost the most points from goals conceded in the second half of matches this season (8).
  • Getafe have conceded more goals from opposition penalties than any other La Liga side this season (4).
  • Getafe have scored a league-high six goals from substitutes this season (60% of their 10 goals).
  • Eibar have conceded the most fouls (178) and have been given the most yellow cards (36) in La Liga this season.


Rayo Vallecano-Granada

  • Rayo have only won one of their last five La Liga games (L4).
  • Granada have gone eight consecutive La Liga games without a victory (D4 L4) - the last time they endured a run like this, their manager at the time - Abel - was sacked (April).
  • Granada have played out four draws in a row in La Liga - they have never drawn five in a row.
  • Since they were promoted to La Liga in 2011, Granada have won just three of their visits to Madrid (two of those were with Sandoval as manager).
  • Sandoval was the Rayo Vallecano manager for their last promotion to the top-flight in June 2011.
  • Granada are the only team to have conceded in every La Liga game this season.
  • Rayo have been given the most red cards in the Spanish top-flight this season (4).
  • Javi Guerra has scored in four of Rayo Vallecano's last six La Liga games.



  • Málaga have lost just one of their five home games in La Liga this season (W2 D2) and have won their last two there.
  • Real Betis have gone four successive away games without a defeat in La Liga (W2 D2) - their best run since May 2008.
  • Malaga's 5-0 win against Betis in October 2005 is their joint biggest margin of victory in a La Liga game (level with their win against Rayo in September 2013).
  • Betis have gone 10 La Liga games in a row against Andalucian teams without a win (D3 L7) - their last win against Granada was in April 2013 (5-1).
  • Six of the last seven goals that Betis have scored in La Liga have come in the second half.
  • Joaquín scored his last goal for Málaga against Betis at La Rosaleda, from the penalty spot in September 2012.
  • Amrabat assisted twice in a single La Liga game for the first time against Betis in his last game against them in March 2014.
  • No team has scored fewer goals in the top five European leagues this season than Málaga (5 - level with Troyes).
  • Rubén Castro has been involved in eight (six goals, two assists) of Betis' 10 goals (80%) - the highest ratio by a single player for his team this season.



  • For fixtures not including either Real Madrid of Barcelona, Athletic v Espanyol is the most played game in La Liga history (161).
  • Athletic knocked out Espanyol in the Copa del Rey semi-final last season - the game at San Mamés ended in a 1-1 draw.
  • Both of these teams have their highest tally of against each other in La Liga - Espanyol (68), Athletic (62).
  • Valverde - the current Athletic manager - lost two UEFA Cup finals with Espanyol; one as a player (1998) and one as a manager (2007).
  • As player, Athletic were Víctor Sánchez favourite team to score against in La Liga. He scored  four goals against them.
  • Espanyol have only won one of their last five La Liga games (D3 L1).
  • Athletic are unbeaten in their last five La Liga games - only Barcelona (12) have won more points in these five games than the Basque side (11).
  • If they win against Athletic, Espanyol would have won three games in a row against three different La Liga teams - the last time they did this was in 1935 when they beat Arenas, Real Sociedad and Athletic.
  • Iñaki Williams scored a brace in his last La Liga appearance for the first time in his career.



  • Barcelona are yet top lay out a draw in La Liga this season (W8 D2).
  • Barca knocked out Villarreal in the last Copa del Rey; winning both legs 3-1.
  • Against Villarreal, Barcelona have their lowest ratio of home wins against any single opponent that they have faced at least three times (53%).
  • Villarreal have conceded at least one goal in 14 of their last 15 visits to Camp Nou in La Liga.
  • Villarreal have only lost one away game in La Liga this season (W2 D2), but they are also on a run of two away games without scoring.
  • Sergi Roberto assisted two goals in a single game for the first time in his last La Liga game.
  • Combined, Suárez, Messi and Neymar have scored 20 of Barcelona 22 goals in this La Liga season (91%).
  • There is no team with fewer substitutions than Barcelona this season in La Liga (23).
  • Barca have never lost to a team managed by Marcelino García Toral in La Liga (W8 D2).
  • Clos Gómez was the first referee to send off Gerard Piqué in La Liga.


Atlético de Madrid-Sporting

  • Atlético Madrid have not lost to Sporting at home in La Liga since Joaquín Villa scored the winner in a game that ended 1-2 in 1987/88.
  • Since then, Atlético have gone 14 games in a row against Sporting without a defeat (W12 D2).
  • So far this season, Sporting have alternated results away from home in La Liga (DWLWL).
  • Atlético have alternated wins with other results at home (WLWDW).
  • Atético have scored the most goals from outside the box (5). From inside they have 10, equal to Sporting.
  • There is no player with more assists than Alberto Lora in La Liga this season (4).
  • Sporting have the highest goal ratio from midfielders (55%), but Atlético are yet to concece a single goal to a midfielder this season in La Liga.
  • Atlético have a wider spread of goalscorers in terms of nationality than any other side this season (six different countries).
  • Bernardo is the player with the most clearances (93) and the most blocks (15) in La Liga this season.


Sevilla-Real Madrid

  • Sevilla could become the first team to win Barcelona and Real Madrid in La Liga this season.
  • Real Madrid won all games in Nervión that they played there last season something no other side managed to do.
  • Rafa Benítez won his last league title at Sánchez Pizjuán in Spain (with Valencia on 2004).
  • Since December 2011, two Madrid wins against Sevilla have always been followed by a Sevilla win.
  • Real Madrid became the final team to concede a first half goal i nthe top five European leagues this season when they shipped a goal against Las Palmas in their last match.
  • Cristiano Ronaldo has scored more La Liga goals against Sevilla than versus any other side (19).
  • Cristiano Ronaldo has five hat-tricks against Sevilla - more than against any other side in all competitions with Real Madrid. He has scored 10 goals in his last five La Liga games in Sevilla.
  • Sevilla have conceded a goal in eight of their last nine La Liga games (14 goals in total).
  • Real Madrid have not lost in La Liga this season and have as many points as goals scored (24).



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