Sevilla Vs Malaga
Sevilla have gone three league games without defeat against Malaga (W2 D1), all three with Javi Gracia in charge.
At Sanchez Pizjuan, Sevilla have won just two of their last seven games against Malaga (D3 L2). Malaga was the last Andalusian side to win away at the Sanchez Pizjuan in La Liga (0-2 in December 2012).
Sevilla: W4 L1 | Malaga: W3 D1 L1
Celta Vigo Vs Levante
Celta have won their last four league games against Levante conceding just once in the process. Celta’s 3-0 win against Levante in their last game at Balaidos was their only victory against Les Granotes in a top-flight game at home (D1 L2).
Levante have won just one of their last 11 away games in La Liga (D2 L8), winning 0-3 against Sporting Gijon at El Molinon.
Celta Vigo: W2 L3 | Levante: W1 L4
Villarreal Vs Real Betis
Villarreal have not defeated Betis in their last four La Liga meetings (D2 L2). At El Madrigal, the Yellow Submarine have gone La Liga three games without defeat against Betis, their best unbeaten run against the Verdiblancos (W2 D1).
Marcelino has drawn five of his eight games as a manager against Betis in La Liga (W2 L1).
Villarreal: W3 L2 | Real Betis: L5
Real Sociedad Vs Deportivo La Coruna
Real Sociedad are unbeaten in their last five La Liga games against Deportivo (W1 D4), with their last defeat coming in March 2011 (2-1 at Riazor).
At Anoeta, the Basque side have lost once in their last six games against the Galician side (W3 D2), 0-1 in February 2007.
Victor Suarez’s side have lost their last two league games but they have not lost three or more in a row since October 2014 (4).
Sociedad: W1 D2 L2 | Deportivo: D2 L3
Valencia Vs Rayo Vallecano
Valencia have lost just one of their 16 home games against Rayo Vallecano in the top flight (W13 D2), 0-1 in December 2012.
The Valencian side have drawn six of the last seven league games against Madrid sides (L1).
Valencia have not drawn five league games in a row at home since 1969 (the only time they did so in history), and they have gone four so far.
Valencia: W2 D1 L2 | Vallecano: D2 L3
Real Madrid Vs Sporting Gijon
Real Madrid have lost just one of their last 13 league games against Sporting (W10, D2) but it came at home (0-2 in April 2011).
The Asturian side have scored just one goal in their last four league visits to the Santiago Bernabeu.
Madrid have lost just one of their last 27 league games at home (W23 D3), 0-4 against Barcelona.
Real Madrid: W3 D1 L1 | Sporting Gijon: D1 L4
Getafe Vs Espanyol
Getafe have won just one of their last nine league games at home against Espanyol (D4 L4), although that victory came in their last encounter (2-1 in February 2015).
Alvaro Vazquez, who netted the winning goal in their last game against Betis, also scored the second goal in that win against Espanyol.
Espanyol have suffered three defeats without scoring a single goal against Madrid-based sides in La Liga – their worst such run since February 2010 (6).
Getafe: W3 D2 | Espanyol: D1 L4
Las Palmas Vs Atletico Madrid
Las Palmas have lost their last three La Liga games against Atletico Madrid without
scoring. At home, the Canary Islanders have won just once against Atletico in their last six top-flight games (D1 L4).
Las Palmas have gone three games without defeat in La Liga (W1 D2), their best run this season.
Las Palmas: W3 D2 | Atletico Madrid: W4 D1
Barcelona Vs Athletic Bilbao
Barcelona have won their last 11 league games against Athletic at the Camp Nou, their longest winning streak in history.
Barcelona have kept seven clean sheets in their last nine league games. At the Camp Nou, Luis Enrique’s side have scored in each of their last 17 league games, with an average of 3.29 goals per game.
Barcelona: W4 D1 | Athletic Bilbao: W3 D1 L1
Eibar Vs Granada
Eibar are in the top six of La Liga at the halfway point (19 games) in only their second season in the top flight and for the first time in their history.
Granada have won just one of their last nine league games away from home (D3 L5), 1-2 against Levante. Los Armeros have never lost against Granada in the top-flight (W1 D2).
Eibar: W3 L2 | Granada: W1 L4