• Valencia have won three consecutive meetings with Osasuna in La Liga, scoring nine goals without reply.
  • In the Mestalla, Osasuna are without a win in nine top-flight outings (D1 L8), only scoring in one of these games.
  • If they lose this game, Valencia will have gone four consecutive home games at the Mestalla without collecting a point for the first time since April 2008, under Koeman.
  • Valencia had 18 points after 14 league games last season, when Mauricio Pellegrino lost his job; they have one point fewer at this stage.
  • If Osasuna win this, it will be their third away win of the campaign; a figure they have finished with at the end the last three La Liga campaigns.
  • Osasuna are the only team yet to concede a goal from outside the area in La Liga this season.
  • Eight of the last nine league goals scored by Osasuna against Valencia have come from Spanish players.
  • In the last two league meetings between these sides at the Mestalla, there have been three red cards shown.
  • No La Liga player has been used as a substitute more often this season than Sergio Canales and Manuel Omwu (10).