• Sevilla have lost more games against Barcelona than any other side in their La Liga history (73).
  • Sevilla have not beaten Barcelona in the league since March 2007 (D3 L9), when Dani Alves scored the winning goal.
  • Sevilla have not won in the Nou Camp since 2002/03 (D2 L7), incidentally the last season in which they started with two draws and a defeat from their opening three games.
  • The Catalans have won all three league games this term, whilst the Andalusians are yet to record a victory (D2 L1).
  • Barca have won 16 consecutive home league games; their best run since 1974 (21).
  • On the other hand, Sevilla are without a win in 17 away league games (D6 L11); their last victory came last September when Michel was in charge (2-0 at Deportivo).
  • Neymar has yet to net his first league goal for Barcelona; his compatriot Ronaldinho scored his first La Liga goal against Sevilla at the Camp Nou.
  • Javi Varas was the most recent goalkeeper to save a Lionel Messi penalty in La Liga.
  • Barcelona have scored a league-high 10 first-half goals this term, but have only scored one after the break.
  • Barcelona have the highest possession rating in La Liga this season (71.7%), while Sevilla come third in this metric (61.4%).
  • Unai Emery has lost all six league games at the Nou Camp as a manager in La Liga and has never beaten the Catalans in the top-flight (D4 L7).
  • Since their victory over Barcelona in 2007, Sevilla have seen six players sent off against Barcelona in the league, while the Catalans haven’t been reduced to 10 men in this period.