• Granada have only won five of their 21 previous top-flight meetings with Real Betis (D7 L9).
  • In Los Carmenes, Granada have lost two successive league meetings with Betis; they have never lost three in a row in the top-flight.
  • Betis’s second-biggest away win in top-flight history was a 5-1 hammering of Granada at Los Carmenes in April 2013 (they have won two away games 5-0).
  • Since that victory, the Green-and-Whites have been without a win in five consecutive Andalusian derbies (D2 L3).
  • Granada have lost their last three league games; they have not lost four in a row since their most recent return to the top-flight.
  • The side from Sevilla are without a win in 15 top-flight away games (D3 L12); they have not gone on a worse run in the Primera since 1976 (19).
  • Of the 20 teams to have taken 14 or fewer points from 23 games of a La Liga season (always assuming three points for a win); only one has survived (Valladolid in 1995/96).
  • El-Arabi, who has already equalled last season’s goal haul of eight, has scored more than half of Granada’s home league goals this season (seven of 13).
  • Calderon’s side are, together with Osasuna, one of only two sides yet to claim a single point having conceded the first goal of the game.
  • Betis and Granada are the two sides to have scored the joint-lowest number of goals from inside the area this season (16).