Deportivo won their most recent game at Riazor in La Liga; they had failed to win any of their previous four matches there (D1 L3).
Since March, Getafe have not tasted victory for three games on the road after claiming victory in La Liga; they won the last game away from home in Anoeta (1-2).
Deportivo have not won against Getafe in five home matches in league competition (D4 L1).
Deportivo La Coruña have scored in each of their eight top-flight league meetings with Getafe at home.
Four of Deportivo’s last five goals scored versus Getafe have come from the penalty spot.
Deportivo de La Coruña (4) have conceded more goals from outside the penalty area than any other side this season.
Yoda (two goals and one assist) has been involved in three of Getafe’s last four goals in La Liga.
In their 10 previous Primera División campaigns before this one, Getafe have always scored more than six goals (what they have managed this term) across their opening nine matches.
Toché is the only Deportivo striker to have bagged at least one goal this term; Depor have the third lowest proportion of their goals coming from a striker this season (18%).
Fabricio has kept clean sheets in both of his appearances in goal this season compared to the rate of 2.71 goals conceded per game by Gérman Lux.
Real Madrid lost to Granada in the only game where they failed to score since los nazaríes sealed promotion back to the top tier (W5).
Granada have lost their last two league games at home in Los Cármenes to nil.
Los blancos have claimed three points in six successive league matches.
Real Madrid have scored 15 goals across their last three La Liga games on the road.
The 13 Real Madrid goals registered against los nazaríes across the last three league seasons have been scored by four different players (Ronaldo, Benzema, Ramos and Higuaín – excluding the own goal by Cortés).
Toni Kroos has recorded more passes than any other player (670) this term and currently has the best accuracy rate of anyone to have attempted at least 200 passes this season.
Cristiano Ronaldo has scored six away goals; half of the number he managed on the road across all of last season.
Cristiano Ronaldo’s only own goal in Spain came against Granada at Los Cármenes (February 2013).
Real Madrid have scored 33 goals in their opening nine league games for the first time since the 1959-60 campaign.
Granada have lost the most points from winning positions this season (7).
Atlético de Madrid have won both of their games against sides from Andalucia to nil this season (Almería and Sevilla).
Atlético have not lost at home in La Liga since May 2013 when they tasted defeat against Barcelona.
Of the seven goals conceded by the Madrid side this season, six have arrived in the first half.
In fact, los colchoneros have conceded 43% of their goals this season in the opening 15 minutes; a league-high share.
Los madrileños have scored in 13 successive league games at home; they have kept clean sheets in eight of them.
Atlético for their part, have the highest percentage of goals being headed this season (nine of 15, 60%).
Antoine Griezmann has attempted the most shots (including blocked) without having scored in the top tier this campaign (18).
Córdoba have failed to win any of their games in Madrid this season (D1 L1).
Córdoba are the only team yet to secure a win in La Liga this term.
Córdoba have seen 83% of their goals arrive in the second half; they face the side who have shipped a league-low share of their goals in the second half (14%).
Celta have not beaten Barcelona in La Liga since 2004 at home in Balaídos.
Barcelona have won seven of the last eight league meetings with los vigueses (D1).
Los culés have scored exactly three goals in five of the last six matches played out between these sides.
Neymar has scored nine goals this season which is as many as he managed throughout all of last season.
Neymar (5) and Messi (4) have scored nine of the last 10 goals recorded for Barcelona in league competition.
Barca conceded their first goals of the season at the Santiago Bernabéu having previously recorded their best run of opening clean sheets in their history (eight games).
Despite conceding three goals against Real Madrid, Claudio Bravo has the best save percentage of any goalkeeper to have played three games this season (84%).
Celta have only recorded one away win this season; they managed a club record of eight wins on the road last term.
Despite playing just nine games, Joaquín Larrivey has already scored half of the goals (6) and assists (2) that he managed last season with Rayo Vallecano.
Nolito has registered more assists this season (4) than he had amassed across his previous three campaigns in the Primera División (3).
Malaga are unbeaten in six games against Real Sociedad (D2 L4).
Malaga failed to score in either La Liga meeting last season with Real Sociedad.
Real Sociedad have lost three of their last five games at Anoeta (W1 D1).
Málaga have only won one of their last seven league games away from home (D2 L4).
Carlos Vela has scored three goals in his last four appearances versus Málaga.
Six points from Real Sociedad’s opening nine games is their worst start since the club’s promotion to the top flight.
Real Sociedad have dropped more points as result of goals conceded in the final five minutes this season in La Liga.
Amrabat (two goals and an assist) has been directly involved in four of the last five goals recorded by Málaga this term.
After Real Madrid (6), Real Sociedad have claimed the most points from losing positions this season in La Liga (5).
Málaga have been awarded more red cards than any other side this season in La Liga (5).
Athletic have won four straight home matches against Sevilla in La Liga; scoring 10, conceding twice.
Sevilla have not won in Bilbao since 2009 when they registered a 0-4 victory, their biggest win in the old San Mamés (Primera División).
Los Leones are without a win in three games at San Mamés in the league (D2 L1), their worst run in the new stadium.
Sevilla have made their best start ever to a La Liga campaign after nine games (22 points).
Markel Susaeta has scored in his last three appearances against Sevilla in la Liga (three goals).
His last goal was against Sevilla in April of this year.
Éver Banega is the only player to have scored from the penalty spot in the new San Mamés against Athletic Bilbao.
Artiz Aduriz has been involved in 50% of Athletic’s goals this season; a league-high share by a player for a single club.
Carlos Bacca’s goals this season have earned the most points this season in La Liga (level with Nolitio, six points).
Sevilla have given away the most fouls this season in La Liga (163); Athletic have given away the third fewest (115).
Villarreal have won four and drawn two of their last six home league games against Valencia.
Only against Real Madrid (11.4%) have Valencia got a worse winning record at home than against Villarreal (14.3%) in la Liga (10+ games played).
Since the 1-0 win against Levante in April, Villarreal have alternated between a win and a loss at El Madrigal.
Valencia have only won one of their last 12 league games (0-3 away at Getafe) but have drawn seven of those (L4).
Valencia have lost their last four local derbies away from home in the league; the last time they did manage it however was in el Madrigal during 2012 (2-2).
Giovani dos Santos has scored the last three goals by Villarreal against Valencia in the league.
Santo’s men have scored their last four goals from a corner; three of them assisted by Pablo Piatti.
Marcelino García Toral is unbeaten as Villarreal coach in four meetings at home against Valencia in the league.
Valencia have had 11 different goalscorers this term; a league-high (11, excluding own goals).
Levante have won four of their six games against Almería in Primera División (D1 L1); three of those coming at home.
Almería have lost all three previous visits to the Ciutat de València in La Liga; failing to score once.
If they don’t score in this match, the Ciutat de València will be the ground where Almería have gone the longest without scoring in La Liga (four, already three games).
The last time that a Levante player bagged a hat-trick in La Liga was precisely against Almería in 2007 (Christian Riganò, 3-0).
If Levante lose this game, this will be their worst home run ever in the Primera División (five successive defeats, currently four).
Levante have gone four consecutive home games without scoring in the league; their longest drought in the Primera.
Almería have won four of their last six matches away from home in La Liga (L2).
Lucas Alcaraz has lost three of the last four home games he has been in charge in La Liga (W1); that win coming against Barcelona in April (1-0).
Levante are the only team (along with Athletic Bilbao) to see only Spanish players score for them this season.
Elche have only won once against Espanyol across the last seven meetings (D2 L4); this victory came last season (2-1).
This 2-1 win was the first registered by Elche after their promotion to the top-flight; Coro scored a brace against his former club.
Elche have recorded more wins against Espanyol than any other side in the Primera División (13).
Elche have lost three successive home games; their worst run since returning to the Primera.
Sergio González’s men have recorded clean sheets in four of their last five league matches.
Elche have conceded a league-high seven headed goals this term.
Christian Stuani has scored three goals as a substitute; a joint-league-high (with Luciano Vietto).
Jonathas has been involved in five of the last six goals registered by Elche in La Liga (three goals and two assists).
Espanyol have not won any of their last 21 league games without Sergio García (D9 L12).
This will be the first meeting between these two sides in the Primera División.
Los franjirrojos won three of the last four matches against los armeros in league competition (L1).
Rayo Vallecano have only won three of their last 12 league games (D2 L7), those three wins coming this campaign.
Only Córdoba (5) have recorded more draws than Eibar (4) in the top tier this season.
Léo Baptistão scored in two of the three wins claimed by Rayo this season (two braces).
No side has conceded more goals in the opening 15 minutes this term than Eibar; level with Real Sociedad (4).
The nine goals scored by Eibar this term have come from different players (including Pedro López’ own goal); four of those were from outside the penalty area.
Rayo Vallecano have recorded more points from goals scored in the final 10 minutes than any other side this season in La Liga (4).
Eibar have scored 67% of their goals in the first half this campaign; a joint-league-high share with Atlético.