• There has never been a draw in five previous La Liga meetings between Levante and Rayo Vallecano (two Levante wins, three Rayo Vallecano wins).
  • Los Franjirrojos have won both previous top-flight trips to the Ciutat de Valencia, scoring eight goals in the process; more than they have against any other side away from home since 2011/12.
  • Andreas Ivanschitz, who scored his first La Liga goal against Rayo, has assisted a headed goal in each of Levante’s last three games.
  • Levante have taken more points from their last three home games (seven) than they had taken on home soil all season before this run (six).
  • Rayo have only won three of their last 13 league games (D1 L9), but all three of these have come away from home.
  • Joaquin Caparros’s side have scored four of their last five league goals from corner situations.
  • Jonathan Viera has assisted 29% of Rayo’s league goals this season; the highest percentage of any player.
  • Only Willy Caballero (18) has saved more big chances than Keylor Navas (16) this term.
  • Joaquin Caparros has never lost a home league game against Rayo Vallecano as a La Liga manager (W2 D1).
  • Rayo have averaged 469.6 passes per game this season, the third-highest figure, while Levante are bottom of this category (272.4).